2000 年 66 巻 6 号 p. 886-890
Super-heat-resisting alloy and stainless steel used in gas turbines, aircraft components, and nuclear equipment are difficult to machine because their cutting temperatures are high compared to carbon steel. More efficient cutting is thus required. A rotary tool cuts materials without greatly increasing cutting temperature. By applying a self-propelled fabricated rotary tool for cutting super-heat-resisting alloy, cutting speed could be increased about three times for Inconel 718 and about five times for SUS304, and that minimum surface roughness was obtained when the rotary tool was tilted 30 degrees.