The highest machining accuracy that can be achieved by turning, milling, planing, grinding, drilling

Machining accuracy is mainly used to characterize the fineness of the manufactured product and is a term used to evaluate the geometric parameters of the machined surface. Machining accuracy is measured by tolerance class, and the smaller the grade value, the higher the accuracy.

There are 20 tolerance levels from IT01, IT0, IT1, IT2, IT3 to IT18. If IT01 indicates that the part has the highest machining precision, IT18 indicates that the machining accuracy of the part is the lowest. The general mining machinery belongs to IT7, general agricultural use. The machine belongs to the IT8 class. The parts and components of the products are different in function, and the machining precisions to be achieved are different. The selected processing forms and processing techniques are also different. This paper introduces the machining accuracy that can be achieved by several common machining forms such as turning, milling, planing, grinding, drilling and boring.

1 turning

The workpiece is rotated, and the turning tool performs a straight or curved movement in the plane. Turning is generally carried out on a lathe to machine the inner and outer cylindrical faces, end faces, conical faces, forming faces and threads of the workpiece.

The turning precision is generally IT8-IT7, and the surface roughness is 1.6-0.8μm.

1) The roughing machine strives to increase the turning efficiency by using a large cutting depth and a large feed rate without lowering the cutting speed, but the machining accuracy can only reach IT11, and the surface roughness is Rα20-10 μm.

2) Semi-finished and refined cars should adopt high-speed and small feed rate and cutting depth as much as possible. The machining precision can reach IT10-IT7 and the surface roughness is Rα10-0.16μm.

3) On the high-precision lathe, the diamond-cutting tool with high-precision grinding and high-speed finishing of non-ferrous metal parts can make the machining precision reach IT7-IT5 and the surface roughness is Rα0.04-0.01μm. This turning is called "mirror turning". ".

2 milling

Milling refers to the use of a rotating multi-blade tool to cut a workpiece, which is a highly efficient machining method. Suitable for processing planes, grooves, various forming surfaces (such as splines, gears and threads) and special shapes of the mold. According to the same or opposite direction of the main moving speed direction and the workpiece feeding direction during milling, it is divided into down milling and up milling.

The machining accuracy of milling is generally up to IT8-IT7, and the surface roughness is 6.3-1.6μm.

1) Machining accuracy during rough milling IT11—IT13, surface roughness 5-20μm.

2) Machining accuracy during semi-finishing milling IT8—IT11, surface roughness 2.5-10 μm.

3) Machining accuracy during finishing milling IT16-IT8, surface roughness 0.63-5μm.

3 planing

Planing is the horizontal phase 2 milling of the workpiece with a planer

The accuracy of planing is generally up to IT9-IT7, and the surface roughness is Ra6.3-1.6μm.

1) The roughing processing precision can reach IT12-IT11, and the surface roughness is 25-12.5μm.

2) The precision of semi-precision machining can reach IT10-IT9, and the surface roughness is 6.2-3.2μm.

3) Precision planing processing can reach IT8-IT7, and the surface roughness is 3.2-1.6μm.

4 grinding

Grinding refers to the processing method of using abrasives and abrasive tools to remove excess material on the workpiece. It belongs to the finishing industry and is widely used in the machinery manufacturing industry.

Grinding is usually used for semi-finishing and finishing, with an accuracy of IT8-IT5 or higher, and the surface roughness is generally 1.25-0.16μm.

1) Precision grinding surface roughness is 0.16-0.04μm.

2) Ultra-precision grinding surface roughness is 0.04-0.01μm.

3) The surface roughness of mirror grinding can be less than 0.01μm.

5 drilling

Drilling is a basic method of hole machining. Drilling is often done on drill presses and lathes, or on a boring machine or milling machine.

Drilling has a low processing precision, generally only achieves IT10, and the surface roughness is generally 12.5-6.3μm. After drilling, reaming and reaming are often used for semi-finishing and finishing.


6 boring

Boring is an internal diameter cutting process that uses tools to enlarge holes or other circular contours. Applications range from semi-roughing to finishing. The tools used are usually single-edged boring tools (called masts).

1) The precision of the boring of steel materials is generally up to IT9-IT7, and the surface roughness is 2.5-0.16μm.

2) The precision of precision boring can reach IT7-IT6, and the surface roughness is 0.63-0.08μm.

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