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One of the biggest difficulties in the machining process of titanium hexagonal shaft is to ensure the symmetry and accuracy of the hexagon. Due to the special geometric shape of the hexagon, it is necessary to precisely control the length and angle of each side to ensure the symmetry of the hexagon. This may require the use of high-precision processing equipment and precise clamping and positioning techniques.

Another challenge is to control vibration and resonance during the machining process. The risk of vibration and resonance during cutting may be higher for hexagonal cross-sections compared to circular cross-sections, especially in high-speed cutting or deep hole machining. Therefore, it is necessary to adopt appropriate cutting parameters, tool selection, and process strategies to overcome the effects of vibration and resonance.