In the processing of impellers, the use of a new special module for five-axis processing can make the processing of impellers and blisks easier than ever. Such as: impeller rough machining, impeller plunge milling rough machining, impeller runner finishing, blade machining, and edge machining, etc. Using the special module for five-axis machining, all the strategies required for machining the impeller can be defined at the click of a finger, and the safety of the process and the efficiency of the machining can also be guaranteed.
Five-axis machining of impeller sets:
In this roughing strategy, the reserved blank or semi-finished parts can be continuously processed to achieve fast, constant and high-speed material removal.
Five-axis roughing of impeller plunge milling:
Plunge roughing should be the most suitable alternative for roughing pockets with relatively low feed rates for long, slender tools. Often the most powerful tool is used and is used to achieve consistency with its corresponding geometry. This will achieve fast and efficient processing results.
Five-axis finishing of vane runners:
Specialized and smooth tool paths can meet the special needs of users such as aerospace large-scale cnc machining. This strategy also applies to residual stock machining of impellers.
Five-axis point machining of impeller:
This strategy can be used for point-contact, high-speed milling of any type of blade, and offers several options for optimized feed patterns, such as a continuous helical approach.
Five-axis machining of impeller side edges:
It is suitable for finishing the impeller with ruled blade surface, reducing cutting time, and the optimal inclination angle is completely automatically generated by the system.
Five-axis machining of impeller edges:
When machining a blade with a side edge, this strategy is specifically milling the leading and trailing edges of the blade to ensure process requirements.
Five-axis machining of impeller fillets:
For the fixed fillet and variable fillet between the blade and the flow channel surface. Employing this strategy removes excess at the root for the best finish. The basic programming requirement is to select a tool that adapts to the transition of the vanes and runners.