3/1/2016

In-Depth Look at Adaptive Clearing

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A modern high speed machining strategy for roughing on machines capable of running complex NC files at high speeds.

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Adaptive clearing, or a modern high speed machining strategy for roughing on machines capable of running complex NC files at high speeds, maintains a constant radial tool engagement throughout the entire cut. Constant radial tool engagement eliminates spikes in the cutting forces. This allows the programmer to take a larger axial depth of cut, while simultaneously maintaining a high feed rate and extending tool life. 


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