# Difference between Feed & Speed rate

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The phrase speeds and feeds or feeds and speeds refers to two separate velocities in machine tool practice, cutting speed and feed rate. They are often considered as a pair because of their combined effect on the cutting process. Each, however, can also be considered and analyzed in its own right. Bipico is giving you a comprehensive analysis of difference between feed and speeds.

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Introduction ● A cutting tool is the machine/tool which is used to cut and remove the material from the piece of a material. ● The cutting is possible through either single point tool or the multiple pointed tools. ● These tools are supposed to be harder than the material to be cut. ● The speeds and feeds are the two type of velocities at which the machine runs. ● Both of these are important and play an equal role in the cutting process.

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Cutting Speed ● It is defined as the rate of the speed used at the surface of the material. ● The cutting speed of the material is different from the one another. ● The cutting speed is normally the tangential speed when it moves on the surface of the material piece. ● For every material there is an optimum speed for the different cutting machines and with this speed the RPM can be measured.

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Factors Affecting Cutting Speed ● The material that need to be cut or machined. ● The material from which the cutter is made – carbide carbon steel HSS. ● The life of the cutter according to its purchase.

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Feed Rate ● it is the velocity on which the cutter is fed or moves on the material. ● In the turning and boring process it is measured in units – Distance per Revolution. ● The feed rate of the single point tools is clear and straightforward. ● In the multiple point tools the feed rate is dependent upon the number of teeth on the cutter as well as the type of material to be cut.

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Feed Rate Factors ● The type of tool being used. ● The expectations of the finished surface. ● The power of the spindle. ● Machine’s rigid quality. ● The strength characteristics and resistance of the material to be cut. ● The cutting Width

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About Us ● BIPICO an ISO 9001:2008 company is established in November – 1974 and is proud of its more than four decades journey as a Hacksaw Blade manufacturing company BIPICO has grown into a major cutting tools manufacturer and exporter with a strong brand image in India and in International markets.