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Posted by: ajt12 ®

06/25/2003, 04:01:19

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Looking for a method to find the cutting force of solid cylindrical wire. The force reqiured is the horizontal force of two cutting blades ramming in from each side cutting the wire. Can anyone help?






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Posted by: diemeister ®
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10/18/2003, 19:00:38

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would not the sharpness of cutting tool apply as well? what about volocity and springback of cutter?






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Posted by: proddesign ®

06/26/2003, 09:22:33

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i cant think of a formula off hand...but it seems like you would first need to know the guage of wire, material of the wire, strengths of that material / specs...because a brass wire would cut different than a steel wire and there are different grades of steel and brass and copper.

since the blades are comming in from both directions equally, wouldn't the force required be something like half the shear strength of the wire?

sorry if i wasnt much help.







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