## Reference cutting speed given tool life and distance moved by tool corner Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Cutting Speed = ((Tool Life/Reference Tool Life)^Taylor's Tool Life Exponent)*Constant For Machining Condition/Machining Time
Vcutting = ((T/Tref)^n)*K/tm
This formula uses 6 Variables
Variables Used
Cutting Speed - (Measured in Meter per Second) - Cutting Speed is defined as the speed at which the work moves with respect to the tool (usually measured in feet per minute).
Tool Life - (Measured in Second) - Tool Life is the period of time for which the cutting edge, affected by the cutting procedure, retains its cutting capacity between sharpening operations.
Reference Tool Life - (Measured in Second) - Reference Tool Life is the Tool Life of the tool obtained in the reference Machining Condition.
Taylor's Tool Life Exponent - Taylor's Tool Life Exponent is an experimental exponent that helps in quantifying the rate of Tool Wear.
Constant For Machining Condition - (Measured in Meter) - Constant For Machining Condition can be regarded as the distance moved by the tool corner relative to the workpiece during a particular machining condition. It is usually measured in "Metre".
Machining Time - (Measured in Second) - Machining Time is the time when a machine is actually processing something. Generally, machining time is the term used when there is a removal of unwanted material.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Tool Life: 52.08 Second --> 52.08 Second No Conversion Required
Reference Tool Life: 60 Second --> 60 Second No Conversion Required
Taylor's Tool Life Exponent: 0.125 --> No Conversion Required
Constant For Machining Condition: 186.0331 Meter --> 186.0331 Meter No Conversion Required
Machining Time: 373 Second --> 373 Second No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Vcutting = ((T/Tref)^n)*K/tm --> ((52.08/60)^0.125)*186.0331/373
Evaluating ... ...
Vcutting = 0.490000312406169
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.490000312406169 Meter per Second --> No Conversion Required
0.490000312406169 0.49 Meter per Second <-- Cutting Speed
(Calculation completed in 00.004 seconds)
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## Reference cutting speed given tool life and distance moved by tool corner Formula

Cutting Speed = ((Tool Life/Reference Tool Life)^Taylor's Tool Life Exponent)*Constant For Machining Condition/Machining Time
Vcutting = ((T/Tref)^n)*K/tm

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## How to Calculate Reference cutting speed given tool life and distance moved by tool corner?

Reference cutting speed given tool life and distance moved by tool corner calculator uses Cutting Speed = ((Tool Life/Reference Tool Life)^Taylor's Tool Life Exponent)*Constant For Machining Condition/Machining Time to calculate the Cutting Speed, The Reference cutting speed given tool life and distance moved by tool corner is defined as the speed at which the work moves with respect to the tool for reference tool life. (usually measured in feet per minute). Cutting Speed is denoted by Vcutting symbol.

How to calculate Reference cutting speed given tool life and distance moved by tool corner using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Reference cutting speed given tool life and distance moved by tool corner, enter Tool Life (T), Reference Tool Life (Tref), Taylor's Tool Life Exponent (n), Constant For Machining Condition (K) & Machining Time (tm) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Reference cutting speed given tool life and distance moved by tool corner calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.49 = ((52.08/60)^0.125)*186.0331/373.

### FAQ

What is Reference cutting speed given tool life and distance moved by tool corner?
The Reference cutting speed given tool life and distance moved by tool corner is defined as the speed at which the work moves with respect to the tool for reference tool life. (usually measured in feet per minute) and is represented as Vcutting = ((T/Tref)^n)*K/tm or Cutting Speed = ((Tool Life/Reference Tool Life)^Taylor's Tool Life Exponent)*Constant For Machining Condition/Machining Time. Tool Life is the period of time for which the cutting edge, affected by the cutting procedure, retains its cutting capacity between sharpening operations, Reference Tool Life is the Tool Life of the tool obtained in the reference Machining Condition, Taylor's Tool Life Exponent is an experimental exponent that helps in quantifying the rate of Tool Wear, Constant For Machining Condition can be regarded as the distance moved by the tool corner relative to the workpiece during a particular machining condition. It is usually measured in "Metre" & Machining Time is the time when a machine is actually processing something. Generally, machining time is the term used when there is a removal of unwanted material.
How to calculate Reference cutting speed given tool life and distance moved by tool corner?
The Reference cutting speed given tool life and distance moved by tool corner is defined as the speed at which the work moves with respect to the tool for reference tool life. (usually measured in feet per minute) is calculated using Cutting Speed = ((Tool Life/Reference Tool Life)^Taylor's Tool Life Exponent)*Constant For Machining Condition/Machining Time. To calculate Reference cutting speed given tool life and distance moved by tool corner, you need Tool Life (T), Reference Tool Life (Tref), Taylor's Tool Life Exponent (n), Constant For Machining Condition (K) & Machining Time (tm). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Tool Life, Reference Tool Life, Taylor's Tool Life Exponent, Constant For Machining Condition & Machining Time and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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