MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 4

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  1. High-speed machining has a provision of particular optimum rates for specific metals (Kalpakjian &amp Schmid, 2014). The specifications reduces the instances of harm and deformation that can be caused by the machines.

  1. Chemical wear is associated with the chemically corrosive states and rust tends to promote such conditions.

  2. Flank wear, on the other hand, is the covering of the cutting edges of machines within the workstation.

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  1. ALM holds certain advantages over the traditional manufacturing process. The ALM presents an advantage of ensuring that the parts, which could not be previously produced, are well provided (Kalpakjian &amp Schmid, 2014). Moreover, ALM has the provision of ensuring that the created elements are well customized according to the required levels and are satisfactory to their need. Therefore, ALM stands as an advantage over the traditional methods of manufacturing.

  2. Product manufacturers have to confer with the recommendations that are provided to ensure that they provide the required quality of goods (Kalpakjian &amp Schmid, 2014). Moreover, they have to make sure that they have the best quality as per the recommended standards. Therefore, the quality of the products makes the producers undergo tough decisions.

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  1. Machine accuracy is affected by the environment of the reactions that take place (Kalpakjian &amp Schmid, 2014). However, machining accuracy is affected by the precision for the specific devices. Some encoders are established to help with the statement of the milling precision. Therefore, this facilitates the difference between two, one depends on the environment while another depends on the materials that are used to make the particular machine.

  2. To establish an accurate machining process. The CNC machines would have a set of encoders that help with the determination of the accuracy levels (Kalpakjian &amp Schmid, 2014). The encoders would be instrumental in the making of better avenues for the entire system to be operational. Therefore, the machining process would become more accurate.

References

Kalpakjian,S., &amp Schmid, S. R. (2014).&nbspManufacturingEngineering and Technology.K. V. Sekar (Ed.). Prentice Hall.