End mill

Names of end mill parts
ypes of end mill
  Square End Mill
 Ball-nose End mill
 Radius End Mill
Taper End Mill
Taper ball-nose End Mill
Cutting conditions of End Mills
Types of end mill

Conventional milling Climb milling

 Cutting speed

 Tooling point diameter

 Revolution per minute

Method of solving revolution by cutting speed

Method of solving feed of worktable by feed of each tooth
Vf = fz*Z*n (mm/min)
Feed of worktable (mm/min)

Feed of each tooth (mm/t)

Tooth number of end mill

Cutting depth

Revolution per minute.

Revolution per minute.
There is a limit cutting depth according to the required cutting allowance, capability of machine tool, and edge length of end mills.
Conventional milling and climb milling
Using carbide end mill, making the lifetime of tooling long and getting good surface roughness, recommend climb milling.
When there is sand inclusion in the surface of processed materials and when thermal cutting surface is rough and uneven, Conventional milling is recommend.