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The implanted tools were used to form inside hole and curvature radii of the internal ring of type 608 bearing made of annealed LH 15 bearing steel. Machining was performed at a cutting speed of 24.5 m/min and a feed rate of 0.02 mm/rev. The tool lifetime was expressed in terms of the number of bearing rings manufactured until the tool wear resulted in exceeding the tolerance limit of the product. Each tool was re-sharpened 6x on the average. Results of the tests are presented in Fig.2. The optimum dose corresponds to about 3x1017 N2 at/cm2 yielding on the average 1.6 x lifetime increase as compared to the un-implanted tools.
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