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Economía en el maquinado para la industria metalmecánica


  • John Jairo Coronado Marín.



Este artículo presenta un estudio sobre la economía en el proceso de maquinado para minimizar los costos por unidad y maximizar la velocidad de producción. Se analizaron tres materiales típicos en las herramientas de corte: acero de alta velocidad, carburo cementado y cerámico. Se encontró que las herramientas de material cerámico poseen menor costo por unidad y menor duración del ciclo que las herramientas de carburo cementado y que las herramientas de acero rápido. Las herramientas desechables presentaron menor tiempo por ciclo y menor costo por pieza que las herramientas reafilables.

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  • John Jairo Coronado Marín., 2005. "Economía en el maquinado para la industria metalmecánica," ESTUDIOS GERENCIALES, UNIVERSIDAD ICESI, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:col:000129:002391

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