Technical Details: Datasheet external roller burnishing tool
External roller burnishing tool ARG-0-S
|Application||shaft against collar|
|Diameter range (Ø)||1.0 - 7.9 mm|
|-0.2 up to +0.1 mm|
|Rolling depth||40 mm|
|Standard fixture (D)||cylindrical shank Ø 6 - 22 mm
Morse taper 1 to 3
- Fixture with clamping surface; VDI; HSK etc.
- Internal coolant, max. 8 bar coolant pressure
Please note that this information represents standard values which must be adapted to the individual cases.
|Workpiece allowance||up to 0.01 mm|
|Tool precload||up to 0.04 mm|
|Rotation direction of tool||clockwise (M3)|
|Return traverse||always in rapid traverse (G0)|
|Lubrication||emulsion or oil; filtration of the lubricant (<40 μm) can improve the surface quality and the tool life|
|Pre-machining of workpiece||surface roughness (Rz) up to 15 μm tolerance IT8 or better|
|Workpiece hardness||up to 45 HRC|
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When setting the tool diameter below the nominal size of the tool then the taper will overlap the cage. Therefore the dimension “X” (see overleaf) will increase. This increase will be about 0.2 mm per 0.01 mm diameter enlargement ( one mark on the tool scale) of the tool setting.
Further information on speed and feed rate can be found under www.baublies.com.
One mark on the tool scale 0.01 mm.
What revolution speed and what feed rate …
The graph below shows the revolution speed and the feed rate for the whole diameter range of the ARG-0-S.
For your specific application we recommend to use our interactive calculator for machining parameters.
Please remember that these results are only guide values. Different machining conditions (e.g. pre-machining, material, lubrication…) may require different machining parameters.
Tip When setting up a tool, the revolution speed can be considerably reduced, however the feed rate per revolution is not to be decreased. When conducting roller burnishing under unfavorable conditions, e.g. when using high-strength materials with insufficient lubrication or very deep holes, it is advisable to reduce the revolution speed.