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Non-standard tools are more common in some industries, especially stainless steel milling cutters, end mills, titanium milling cutters, etc., are more commonly used non-standard tools, so how to distinguish the difference between these tools? Is the structure of different types of non-standard tools the same?
The design of non-standard tools manufacturer usually requires manual calculation and drawing. Whenever the tool parameters or design requirements change (although the changes may be very small), it is very complicated to recalculate and draw again. Although the parameters of various non-standard tools differ, the structure of each tool is essentially fixed. In the case of reamers, for example, when the tool size changes (e.g., the bore diameter increases), the basic structure of the reamer remains the same, but only some dimensional parameters change.
Different kinds of non-standard tools have different structures and need to build their own solid models. For non-standard tools of the same type but with different applications, it is also necessary to consider whether to build a separate solid model. Before building a solid model for each type, it is necessary to identify the basic mechanism characteristics of this type of tool and to typicalize and conceptualize these characteristics. Some unimportant or uncommon details (e.g. chamfers, relief grooves, etc.). on to avoid increasing the parameterization effort and the need to determine the size of each basic feature.
When the external machining conditions change, the structural dimensions of the non-standard tool should be changed accordingly to meet the new machining conditions. To achieve this requirement, the solid model can only be converted into a non-standard global part drawing by modifying the feature parameters.
The matter of using different non-standard tools is also different, if you do not understand the use of the matter can be clear with the business.