2nd EAI International Conference on Management of Manufacturing Systems

Research Article

Efficient machining of steel S355JR after the laser cutting – case study

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.22-11-2017.2274765,
        author={Jan Duplak and Katarina Brezikova and Robert Cep and Ivan Kuric and Vitalii Ivanov and Ondrej Petruska and Lenka Mroskova},
        title={Efficient machining of steel S355JR after the laser cutting -- case study},
        proceedings={2nd EAI International Conference on Management of Manufacturing Systems},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={MMS},
        year={2018},
        month={3},
        keywords={: machining; steel s355jr; laser cutting milling},
        doi={10.4108/eai.22-11-2017.2274765}
    }
    
  • Jan Duplak
    Katarina Brezikova
    Robert Cep
    Ivan Kuric
    Vitalii Ivanov
    Ondrej Petruska
    Lenka Mroskova
    Year: 2018
    Efficient machining of steel S355JR after the laser cutting – case study
    MMS
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.22-11-2017.2274765
Jan Duplak,*, Katarina Brezikova1, Robert Cep2, Ivan Kuric3, Vitalii Ivanov4, Ondrej Petruska5, Lenka Mroskova5
  • 1: Technical University of Kosice, Faculty of manufacturing technologies with a seat in Presov
  • 2: Technical university of Ostrava
  • 3: University of Zilina
  • 4: Sumy State University
  • 5: Technical University of Kosice, Faculty of Manufacturing Technologies with a seat in Presov
*Contact email: jan.duplak@tuke.sk

Abstract

Effective machining of materials is conditioned by proper machine design, selec-tion of suitable cutting tools and materials, determination of suitable cutting pa-rameters, etc. This article focuses on the efficient machining of S355JR steel after laser cutting. During the experiment, S355JR steel is laser cut and subsequently machined by milling technology. Regarding the parameters for steel burning, nine alternatives are determined, from which the three most suitable ones are then se-lected, taking into account the smallest slope of the lateral edges and the smallest heat-affected zone. The milling of the burnt material is first performed by the simulation method. The results section of this article provides an evaluation of both technical and economic efficiency.