One of the most difficult but important jobs in hydraulic fluid maintenance is taking a proper and representative sample. For properties like acidity, viscosity and moisture it generally doesn’t matter where the sample is taken. However, when it comes to determining the cleanliness of a hydraulic fluid, it makes a big difference at what location the sample is taken.
The choice of feed, speed and depth of cut must be based on the customer’s objectives. What is their goal in this application? Do they want to manufacture parts faster or maximize tool life? How important is the surface finish and dimensional accuracy of the part?