Causes of burrs in cnc stainless steel machining


The cnc stainless steel machining is often accompanied by the generation of burrs, but when cnc stainless steel machining, why are there always a lot of burrs? To solve the above questions, the technicians simply shared their practical experience:

1. Stainless steel material factors:

Stainless steel may contain elements such as chromium, nickel, molybdenum, titanium, nitrogen, etc., which are relatively soft, and at the same time, the nickel element is relatively high, so when cutting at high temperatures, a sticky knife will be produced, resulting in increased burrs.

2. Improve the tool:

The tool is not sharp enough, because tool wear has a great impact on the formation of burrs. When the tool wears to a certain degree, the arc of the tool tip increases. After the tool is used to a certain degree, the blade can be updated.