Cutting Tool Signature, Nomenclature, Designation, Geometry - Animation





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Published on May 28, 2015

Cutting Tool, its various Parts, Tool Nomenclature, Tool Signature, Tool Geometry, Tool Designation

Tool Geometry is defined as the combination of 7 values (6 angles and a radius) in a specific order that helps us determine the type of tool being used. In other words, it specifies the tool, so it is also called Tool Signature.

Orthogonal Rake System (ORS) clearly explained in short with Inclination Angle, Clearance Angles, Rake Angle, Approach Angles. This system is based on the cutting edge of the tool.

Another popular system of Tool Nomenclature is the ASA system (American Standards Association). This system is based on the longitudinal feed direction, that is the X and the Y axes.

Check out my video on ASA System : https://youtu.be/13IXsJN_y3k

This has been explained extensively in this video through a 3D CAD model created in SolidWorks, using different planes, views, and sections.

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