FPT

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AcronymDefinition
FPTFonction Publique Territoriale (French: Public Service Region)
FPTField Programmable Technology
FPTFourgon Pompe-Tonne (French fire truck)
FPTFrance Poker Tour
FPTFixed Parameter Tractability (computing algorithms)
FPTFiat Powertrain Technologies
FPTFederal-Provincial-Territorial (Canada)
FPTFull Pressure Turbo
FPTFox Pro Table
FPTFirst Passage Time
FPTFire Protection Technology (various organizations)
FPTFriends Provident Trophy (cricket)
FPTFormation Professionnelle et Technique (French: Vocational and Technical Training)
FPTFemale Pipe Thread
FPTFailure of Passive Transfer (biology)
FPTFormatted Product Tool (US GSA)
FPTCorporation for Financing and Promoting Technology (Vietnam)
FPTFast Processing Technology
FPTFine Pitch Technology
FPTForced Perfect Termination
FPTFunctional Performance Test (building commissioning)
FPTFeed Per Tooth
FPTFlight Path Tool (Aviation Digital Data Service; US NOAA)
FPTFood Protection Trends (International Association for Food Protection publication)
FPTFleet Project Team
FPTForce Protection Team
FPTFire Prevention Technician
FPTFan Powered Terminal
FPTFull Power Trial
FPTFilter/Pressure Transducer
FPTForce Protection Tool
FPTFollow-On Production Test
FPTFixed-Price Tender (finance)
FPTFarnesyl Protein Transerase
FPTFrequently Posted Thread(s)
FPTFixed Price Type
FPTFederasi Panjat Tebing (Indonesia)
FPTFile Popularity Table (computer caches)
FPTFull Period Termination (US Navy fleet communication circuits)
FPTField Practical Training (agriculture)
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The following cutting conditions were set up, according to the also SECO catalogue: cutting speed 100 m/min (spindle speed 6366 rpm), feed per tooth 0.015 mm (feed rate 764 mm/min) and depth of cut 0.7 mm.
The distances between the highest peaks coincide with the cutting feed per tooth, [f.sub.z] = 0.1 mm.
Figure 3 shows a comparison between the two static cutting force models (linear and nonlinear models) for a slotting cut with the feed per tooth [f.sub.z] = 0.05 mm/tooth.
The experimental design adopted for studying the effect of three cutting speed and two feed per tooth values.
Figure 2 shows the effect of wood temperature, wood MC, and feed per tooth on the specific cutting resistance during resawing wood with narrow kerf saws.
Two factors were controlled in this experiment: depth of cut and feed per tooth. The normal force (perpendicular to feed direction, so-called thrust force at initial conditions) exerted into the workpiece during machining was monitored and recorded for all runs.
Using ultra-fine diamond grains, the cutting edge also offers superior chipping resistance in milling applications, plus higher feed per tooth, so less inserts are required in a milling cutter.
For this purpose, the real wideness and thickness of the real chip were measured, and compared to the nominal cutting depth and feed per tooth. The crush coefficients ranges are presented in Table 1.
Special end cut gash and offset teeth allow for large depths of cut and maximum feed per tooth, literally blasting chips away.
The cutting speed was 25 m/sec., the feed per tooth was 1.0 mm/rev, and the depth of cut was 1.0 mm.
The job is run at a speed of 2,400 sfm, a feed rate of 80 ipm, a feed per tooth rate of 0.0041 ipt, at a depth of cut of 0.125", and a width of cut of 1.25".
The axial and radial depth of cut used was 0.8 mm and feed per tooth 0.1 mm/tooth.