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By Xianli Liu, Bin Jiang, Xuefeng Wu, Caixu Yue

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Ra value of the surface roughness at exit is significantly bigger than that of entrance and middle. The stress distribution is not even around the sic particles in the composites, it makes the surface roughness at cutting exit increase rapidly. Moreover, because of thin-walled test-piece’s poor stiffness itself, there is different deformation in its three positions, the entrance, middle and exit when milling. The experimental results show that relieving amount of entrance is the biggest and that of exit is the smallest.

Surface treatment should be employed before medical titanium alloys are implanted to human body in order to obtain titanium oxide film, which represents low toxicity, low solubility in water and good anti-inflammatory behaviors. The surface treatment methods mainly include anode oxidation method, micro-arc oxidation, oxidation atmosphere heating, chemical treatment methods [4-6]. However, those methods are applied after forming, which require long process chain, expensive equipments, and more time.

Sahm and H. Schulz, Wear mechanism when machining compacted graphite iron. CIRP Annals-Manufacturing Technology, 2002. 51(1): p. 53-56. [7] Sahm, A. E. Abele and H. Schulz, Machining of compacted graphite iron (CGI). Materialwissenschaft und Werkstofftechnik, 2002. 33(9): p. 501-506. [8] George, G. CGI high-speed machining machining. World Manufacturing Engineering & Market , 2005(06): p. 89-93. [9] Gabaldo, S. et al. Performance of carbide and ceramic tools in the milling of compact graphite iron-CGI.

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