1. Reduce the working weight of the part that causes vibration, the smaller the inertia, the better. Improve the rigidity of the processing system, such as using a tool holder with a higher elastic coefficient or using a special anti-vibration force added with a dynamic shock absorber to absorb impact energy.
2. Work hard from the direction of rotation of the blade and work to press down the tool and increase the stability of the tool. Fix or clamp the places with the greatest vibration, such as center frame, work holder, etc.
3. Change the shape and timing of the tool. The nose radius (Nose Radius) of the tool should be as small as possible to reduce the cutting resistance. Sick Rake Angle Sick Rake Angle must take a positive value to make the cutting direction closer to vertical.