Cutting fluid, also known as coolant, plays a crucial role in machining and metalworking processes. Whether you're operating a small home workshop or managing a large industrial facility, understanding the significance of cutting fluids is essential for achieving optimal results in metal cutting operations. The articles below are our know-how and experience for your reference. It may solve the problems which you are facing with it, and even can help you extend coolant and tool life.
The operators usually use the cutting fluids to dissipate heat generated in the operation, reduce friction and remove chips or swarf away from the cutting zone. However, there are many kinds of cutting fluids in the market, and every cutting fluid seems very similar. But what is the difference between them? And what factors will affect processing performance? How to maintain cutting fluids? How to choose the right and suitable cutting oils?
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