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Russian Engineering Research

, Volume 39, Issue 5, pp 420–422 | Cite as

High-Speed Multiaxial Machining in an Updated Longitudinal Milling Machine

  • V. V. Platonov
  • E. V. PlatonovaEmail author
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Abstract

An alternative to reequipping metalworking enterprises is to modernize outdated CNC machines. In modernization, the aggregation principle permits the introduction of up-to-date high-speed cutting and multiaxial machining technology.

Keywords:

high-speed machining multiaxial machining outdated CNC machines updating aggregation principle 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Khakass Technical Institute, Siberian Federal UniversityAbakanRussia

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