During metal cutting and slitting, the tungsten carbide circular blade is easy to deform until removed in form of chips. The deformation process requires much energy, and carbide circular knives for metal cutting will bear a variety of mechanical, thermal, chemical, and friction loads. These loads will cause wear and tear to the tungsten carbide circular blade eventually. Therefore, in order to achieve an extraordinary metal cutting process, it is necessary to balance the energy consumed by tungsten carbide circular blades, when cutting metal, and the ability of carbide circular knives for metal cutting to stably carry the cutting load.
With correct understanding and treatment of cutting parameters, groove type, material, and other factors, mechanical engineers can realize an efficient and economical metal cutting process. Mechanical load is relatively stable in turning, but it will change from small to large and then to small in milling. This passage analysis will focus on the processing load’s influence on carbide blades.