Method for Ultrasonic-Assisted Machining A novel machining technique is made possible by taking use of a tool’s high frequency vibration (15-45 kHz) and maximum rotation speed (24,000 RPM).
This approach is well suited for working with hard and brittle materials processed by grinding and hammering. Ultrasonic vibration-assisted machining (UVAM) is a non-traditional processing technique that achieves material removal by converting high-frequency electrical energy into high-frequency mechanical vibrations energy through the employment of a transducer (piezoelectric ceramics/magneto-strictive).
Because of this, USM is primarily used to process brittle materials that electrochemical and electro-discharge machining cannot handle since they are weak electrical conductors.
The Global Ultrasonic Assisted Machining Center market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
iVU-5 Ultrasonic Assisted Machining Center, NEW from Tongtai An entirely new Ultrasonic iVU-5 Aided Machining Center has just been released by Tongtai.
This vertical machining centre with rotary capabilities also serves as a dual duty machining centre. For the greatest degree of adaptability, it is paired with rotary ultrasonic aided machining. At booth S-8536 at IMTS , Absolute Machine Tools will highlight the brand-new Tongtai machine.
Visit the show to see a sampling of its sophisticated features. Applications for this equipment include microhole drilling and machining of non-ferrous materials, hardened steel, sapphire, silicon carbide, quartz, ceramic, and glass. It is possible to use ultrasonic assistance as long as the material is softer than the cutting instrument.
In order for rotary ultrasonic machining to function, a high-speed spindle must also vibrate the cutting tool vertically at a high frequency.
High speed contact between the tool and the material with diamond reinforcement decreases cutting force and creates ultra-fine finishes.
This technique is 3–5 times faster than older machines and increases cutting efficiency. The Tongtai iVU-5 includes an M-code-based programmed frequency search and lock as standard equipment.
It has an amplitude range of 1 to 10 microns and an auto tuning range of 15 to 45 kHz. Effective ultrasonic machining and durability are supported by a variety of standard features.
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