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1. A turning insert is what?
Ans - The cutting edges of cutting instruments like tool holders for turning and face milling cutting for milling are called "inserts" or indexable inserts. The ISO standards serve as the foundation for the insert's geometry, tolerance, dimensions, and language.
2. How should turning inserts be chosen?
Ans - Choose the insert geometry for the chosen operation, like finishing.
For strength and economy, choose the insert's greatest possible nose angle.
Depending on the depth of the cut, choose the insert size.
To increase insert strength, choose the greatest available nose radius.
3. What distinguishes turning inserts from milling inserts?
Ans - The workpiece rotates in opposition to a cutting tool when turned. The majority of the components are machined from round bar stock. When milling, the cutting tool rotates against a still workpiece. Components are created generally using square or rectangular bar material.
4. How are turning inserts recognised?
Ans - Like all other metal cutting tools, carbide turning inserts are designated by a string of letters and numbers. These refer to the (relatively) straightforward method of identifying carbide inserts known as the Turning Tool ISO code system.