Differences in results of metal and composite machining and also the technological parameters impact upon results of machining are considered. Fracto-graphic peculiarities of chip surfaces obtained after different polymeric composite blanks machining, and front faces of cutting tool edges are shown. The results obtained will help to assess physical model potentialities at polymeric composite blank cutting.
chips, polymeric composite materials, thermo-reactoplastic and thermo-plastic materials, brittle fracture
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