CNC Machining Cooling Methods 4

Minimum quantity lubrication (MQL)

MQL is a technique that tries to use the least possible amount of cutting liquid for machining. Because flood cooling uses large quantities of coolant, increasing costs and environmental impact of the machining process, MQL seeks to reduce these factors by basing the coolant requirements on the specific needs of a process. For this reason, MQL processes must be engineered with greater precision, as a calculation mistake could mean dire consequences for the machine or its operators.

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