Important consideration when selecting the end mill
Once the database is created, the next step is to generate a set of viable alternative terminals based on the various criteria specified by the process planner, based on the requirements of the specific machining application for the process planner. The end mill removes the workpiece from the workpiece by shear deformation. Therefore, the material of the end mill is harder than the workpiece, which is to be processed, and it must also be able to withstand the heat generated during material removal. Extensive materials are used to make the final factory. Therefore, the tool material is an important consideration when selecting the end mill. Some of the common tooling materials used to manufacture the final factory are as follows:
Carbide: Hardness, thermal conductivity and Young's modulus are relatively high and can be used as effective tool materials. Carbide tools can operate at faster speeds due to their extremely high hardness. This allows the cutter to withstand high cutting temperatures and provides excellent wear resistance. The hardness of the carbides is higher than that of high speed steel (HSS), which allows the endmill to have higher dimensional accuracy and surface finish.