We used similar principles when we were working. When cutting tools are cut, they can be compared to bullets in jars. They are similar. If the inertia and viscosity of the air are compared to the viscosity of the oil film, the damping performance of the cast iron and the overall quality of the system, they are similar. In these applications, the damping of hydrodynamic forces is superior to that of linear bearings, and the iron is more optimized than aluminum.
Both quality and strength are important, but there is a premise that they must be in the right place. Iron is best used when used in the chain of components that grind from the end to the workpiece. If you’re working with only 1,000 pounds of iron, then it’s very pointless to invest a lot of iron on a supportive basis.
What are the operating parameters for dynamic stiffness? It includes cutting the highest possible surface speed and using relatively light cutting depth. Now, we all know that there’s going to be smaller cutting tools and a higher spinning speed. The coolant requires one of the indirect impact design parameters. If the highest surface velocity wants to be kept by you, then the essential one is the coolant. If you have a mill, it’s about 8,000 pounds, so it makes sense to use a high-end pulverized and speed at 500 RPM. If your grinding weight is very light, then you’d better use a smaller end grinder to keep your speed up this point can be maintained.
What is the KISS principle? In layman’s terms, keep it simple, stupid.
Low cost, long-term value, and reduced maintenance are all due to simple and solid structures. That’s for sure. During the design of fpc2, our guiding thoughts were always KISS.