Implementation of high speed machining in thin-walled aircraft integral elements

Paweł Bałon, Edward Rejman, Robert Smusz, Janusz Szostak, Bartłomiej Kiełbasa
  • Open Engineering, June 2018, De Gruyter
  • DOI: 10.1515/eng-2018-0021

Implementation of high speed machining in thin-walled aircraft integral elements

What is it about?

The paper presents implementation of High Speed Milling technology to fabrication of very complex integral thin-walled aircraft's aluminium alloys frames.

Why is it important?

In the case of the walls machining having a heightthickness ratio of less than 15, the influence of the structure deformation on the workpiece’s dimensional precision is not important and it falls within the tolerance ofthe milling machine. For larger walls slenderness, this influence starts to be visible and needs to be minimized by the proper cutting speed selection (feed rate, cutting depth).

Perspectives

Robert Smusz (Author)
Politechnika Rzeszowska im Ignacego Lukasiewicza

Implementation of HSM technology to aircraft thin walled large scale dimensions frames.

The following have contributed to this page: Robert Smusz and Paweł Bałon