Papers by Keyword: Cutting Tool

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Authors: Pei Lu Sun, Ping Yu Jiang
Abstract: As one kind of indispensable consuming resources, efficient cutting tools management plays an important role in increasing production capacity of machining workshop and ensuring the products quality. In this paper, a RFID-based cutting tools management system (CTMS) is proposed and its implementation framework is established. Furthermore, four key enabling technologies are addressed to investigate the real-time monitoring, dynamic scheduling, inventory alert and life prediction of cutting tools. Finally, a simple example is given to demonstrate the operation procedure of the established CTMS.
Authors: Zei Fei Chen, Lang Zhang, Bang Yan Ye
Abstract: A high-efficient method is introduced, which is used for manufacturing long metal fiber. It is based on a special cutting tool, charactered by its multi-tooth shape edge, which can manufacture several metal fibers simultaneously, therefore improve the productivity and the quality of metal fiber greatly.
Authors: Huan Huan Guo, Bing Bing Fan, Jian Li, Rui Zhang
Abstract: CBN particles coated with borosilicate glass-aluminum composite coating (Glass-Al-CBN) were prepared by a multilayer coating method. The coated composite particles were sintered at 800°C for 2h. XRD, DTA-TG, SEM techniques were used to characterize the samples. It was found that AlN was formed by the reaction of Al and CBN. The mechanical properties and the oxidation resistance of the composite was improved due to the presence of the glass coating and alumina.
Authors: Uwe Heisel, Thomas Stehle, Hadi Ghassemi
Abstract: Circular saw blades are very widespread in wood machining. They are used in different batches and sizes and in large quantities from hand tools to large machining centers. Because of this huge range of applications the circular saws have gained great importance in the industry. The rising request to improve the cutting quality, reduce the noise emission and increase the life time requires improvement measures for the dynamic behavior of the circular saw blade. The roll tensioning of the circular saw blade has been empirically established as an elegant solution to improve the static and dynamic properties of the circular saw blade. However, there are several influencing parameters for this process that have not yet been studied scientifically accurate. A scientific and economical solution for the study of various roll tensioning parameters is a simulation model based on finite elements method (FEM) that analyzes the effects on the dynamic behavior of circular saw blade. In this work, a simulation model for roll tensioning of circular saw blades is presented. With this simulation model, the residual stresses induced by the roll tensioning can be calculated. This is very relevant for the changing of dynamic properties of the circular saw blade, such as the shifting of eigenvalues and reduction of side run out. Furthermore, this simulation model allows the investigation of various roll tensioning parameters. This investigation helps to gain a better understanding of the relationship between roll tensioning and improvement of dynamic behavior of circular saw blades. Furthermore, it helps to find the optimization potential of the roll tensioning process which is one of the most important parts of the production line of circular saw blades.
Authors: Wan Sheng Zhao, Yu Fang, Zhen Long Wang, L.H. Li
Abstract: This paper describes a new surface modification method by Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) to create a hard ceramic layer on the workpiece. When a kind of metallic material that makes hard carbide is used as an electrode of EDM, hard ceramic layer can be deposited in a certain condition in the process of EDM. In this paper, characteristics of the layer and the application of this method to cutting tools are discussed. First, the principle of this surface modification method is shown. Secondly, the characteristics of the layer are studied in detail. Through the discuss of wear characteristics of the electrode and formation characteristics of the layer, it can be found that there are some distinct differences between the traditional EDM technology and this new EDM surface modification method. Thirdly, the micro-hardness test of the layer at the different distance from the base metal is carried out. It shows that there is a hard area also under the surface of base metal. At last, as an application of EDM surface modification method, cutting test of cutting tools is done, and it confirms that the life of the cutting tool by EDM surface modification is much longer than that of without layer.
Authors: V.M. Silva, A.J.S. Fernandes, Florinda M. Costa, J. Sacramento, Rui F. Silva
Authors: Tian Fang, Deng Yang Yu, Zhi Yi Tao
Abstract: In order to solve the problems of aluminum package cleaning a kind of method of milling process for internal surface is proposed. Using three standard cutters which move as planets complete the milling processing for inner cylinder and bottom surface. This method makes the cutters forced reasonably and cutting efficiency is promoted. The adjusting device which is arranged on bigger mills makes the processing size to be changed so the applicability of this cutting method is improved greatly. After research the calculating method of cutting amounts and cutting force are established. The cutting capability of the new method is also analyzed in the paper. By the way the relation curve of cutting amounts and cutting force with cutter rotation rate are given. The achievements above will provide a theoretical basis for the application of this method.显示对应的拉丁字符的拼音
Authors: Zhan Qiang Liu, Ke Jun Xiang, Xiu Guang Peng
Abstract: In the modern manufacturing of sophisticated parts with 3D sculptured surfaces, die/mold making operations are the most widely used machining processes to remove unwanted material. To manufacture a die or a mold, many different cutting tools are involved, from hole-drills to the smallest ball nose end mills. Since the specification of each tool is very different from each other, each die/mold is specific with their complicated shapes and many machining rules exist to consider, a great deal of expertise is needed in selecting cutting tools for the die/mold machining operations. An intelligent system developed by using case-based reasoning (CBR) technology for this purpose is described in the present work. The geometry of the workpiece, workpiece condition, and operation type are considered as input values and various recommendations about the tool material, tool type, tool specifications, and cutting parameters are provided.
Authors: Wen Zhuang Lu, Dun Wen Zuo, Min Wang, Feng Xu
Abstract: Electroplated Cr, Ni and Cu were used as interlayer for chemical vapor deposition (CVD) diamond coating on WC–Co cemented carbide cutting tools. The electroplated interlayers were studied by Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), Electron Probe Micro Analyzer (EPMA) and X-ray diffraction (XRD). The CVD diamond coatings were studied by SEM and Raman Scattering Spectroscopy (Raman). The experimental results show that there is diffusion bonded interface between electroplated layer and WC-Co substrate after H plasma treatment, the bond between electroplated layers and WC-Co substrate changes from mechanical bond to metallurgical bond and the adhesion becomes stronger. Electroplated Cr interlayer forms new phases of Cr3C2 and Cr7C3 under CVD conditions, while electroplated Ni and Cu interlayers do not form carbides under CVD conditions. Cr carbides have good chemical compatibility to diamond, and they are propitious to diamond nucleation and growth during the deposition period. The diamond crystal microstructure, diamond quality and adhesion on Cr interlayer are better than those on electroplated Ni and Cu interlayers.
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