Investigation of The Chip Formed as a Result of Machining of GGG50 Casting Material by Turning Method
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Keywords:Turning, Cast Iron, GGG50, Chip Forming, Machinability
– In this study, the relationship between the chips formed during the machining of GGG50 material by turning method in different parameters was investigated. GGG50 material is spheroidal graphite cast iron, which can melt at low temperatures and has high wear resistance. Silicon, which is present at the rate of 2-4% in cast iron, causes the carbon to be found in the form of graphite leaflets, which facilitates the machinability of the material. Chips reflect the machining properties of the material in the manufacturing industry and are also responsible for removing heat from the cutting zone. It also plays an important role in measuring the machining capabilities and strengths of cutting tools. In the experiments, three main factors affecting the state of the chips in the turning process were discussed. These are cutting speed, depth of cut and feed rate. As a result of the study, the most important parameter affecting the chips in the turning of the GGG50 material in terms of thickness was determined as the cutting speed. The results of these experiments are expected to guide future studies in the manufacturing sector.