Effect of cutting process using cutting insert of grade UTi20T

Rusdi Nur, Arthur Halik Razak, Yosrihard Basongan, Muhira Dzar Faraby, Syahrisal Syahrisal, Asrul Hidayat


In the metal-cutting industry, the precision of the metal-cutting process is of paramount importance. Errors in the metal-cutting process not only lead to damage to the cutting tool but also result in the production of low-quality materials. The incorporation of insert materials in the cutting process is aimed at maintaining cutting precision and achieving superior results. This research seeks to investigate the impact of the cutting process utilizing grade KC5410 cutting insert under minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) Conditions. In this study, machining tests were conducted using the ALPHA 1350S 2-axis computer numerical control (CNC) lathe machine under MQL conditions, employing cutting tool inserts UTi20T supplied by Mitsubishi. Two types of tools were utilized in the cutting process, namely UTi20T. Critical aspects such as cutting force, total power consumption, surface roughness, and tool life were analyzed to provide comprehensive insights into the efficiency of the cutting process. The findings of this study significantly contribute to the understanding of how the integration of Grade KC5410 cutting inserts under MQL conditions can enhance the overall efficiency of metal-cutting operations. The successful machinability assessment was conducted by implementing sustainable machining practices.

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijaas.v13.i2.pp401-410


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