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Milling of automobile parts

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Milling is a cutting method that takes milling cutter rotation as main movement, workpiece or milling cutter as feed motion.

1. plane milling

In mass production, the machining of box parts is mainly using cemented carbide welded circular surface and cemented carbide machine clamped Indexable Surface for plane milling.

The main machines used in the plane milling of automobile case shell parts are vertical and horizontal lifting table milling machine, vertical single-axis and double-axis rotary table plane milling machine, combined milling machine and special milling machine.

2. milling of crankshaft journal

At present, CNC crankshaft milling machine is widely used in the rough machining of crankshaft journal and connecting rod journal using carbide milling cutter.

Milling has the characteristics of high quality and high productivity.

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Your answer contains valuable and informative content. Thank you very much for sharing this useful content here. I really appreciate your efforts. Milling is the process of machining using rotary cutters to remove material by advancing a cutter.

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