Assessment of Surface Roughness Characteristics of E0300 Alloy Steel by Using CNMG120404EM6630 and CNMG120408EM6630 Inserts Under Dry and Wet Cutting Environment

Dr. Sandeep M. Salodkar

This research paper explores the assessment of surface roughness characteristics of E0300 alloy steel by employing various cutting inserts under both dry and wet cutting conditions. Surface roughness profoundly influences the quality and functionality of machined components. The study aims to evaluate the efficacy of CNMG120404EM6630 and CNMG120408EM6630 inserts in managing surface roughness during the machining process of E0300 alloy steel. Experimental trials are conducted on a lathe machine, utilizing a range of cutting inserts with unique geometries, coatings, and compositions. Machining operations are executed under controlled dry and wet cutting conditions to evaluate the effect of the cutting environment on surface roughness. Thorough measurements of surface roughness parameters are performed, and the results are meticulously analyzed to discern the impact of cutting inserts and cutting environments on surface quality. The outcomes of this study offer valuable insights into optimizing machining parameters and selecting suitable cutting inserts to attain the desired surface roughness characteristics in the machining of E0300 alloy steel.

Volume 11 | Issue 7

Pages: 1068-1071