Paper Title
Comparative Evaluation of Surface Finish during Turning of AISI 1045 Steel using Annealed and Conventional HSS Tool

Surface roughness of any work piece is a significant parameter in any machining operation. Heat treated (annealed) tool embeds have developed fundamentally as a class of cutting devices, which are progressively being used in recent years. This theory considers the impact of the heat treated tool when compared to untreated (conventional) tool on the surface roughness in the machining operation of turning. Experimental values were done for the high carbon steel AISI 1045 in view of its extraordinary applications in production and manufacturing industry. The various roughness parameters (Ra, RzD, R3z, Rq, Rt, Ra/Rq, Rq/Rt, Ra/Rt) are represented in Surface roughness. With heat treated tool and high feed rate, it is conceivable to acquire machined surfaces with roughness less than 0.8μm. Thus, it is likely to get surface finish in any work piece to get machining accuracy without grinding operations. Keywords - AISI 1045, Surface Roughness, Turning, Annealed Tool