Calculate the cutting speed, Mechanical Engineering

Calculate the Cutting Speed

Calculate the cutting speed when a workpiece of 100 mm dia is being turned. The spindle speed being 200 rpm.

Solution

Dia of the job D = 100 mm

Spindle speed N = 200 rpm

Cutting speed Vc = π DN /1000 m/min

                         = ( π × 100 × 200 )/1000

                       = 62.85 m/min

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