Improving Productivity in an Ultrasonic Assisted Machining
A technique known as ultrasonic-assisted machining can help overcome the challenges associated with traditional CNC machining. Ultrasonic machining centers* incorporate technology to cost-effectively machine ceramic components. Ultrasonic machining involves adding an up-and-down oscillation to the rotating tool, which allows for a freer cutting of these very hard materials.
1. Significantly reduced forces on the workpiece and tool during machining, which allows operators the freedom to increase processing speeds and cutting feed rates
2. Reduced cycle times, compared to standard grinding/milling machines
3. Minimal tool wear and longer tool life as a result of reduced force on the part and tool
4. Increased precision of the machined components due to more predictable tool life
5. Reduced tooling costs
6. Reduced spindle speeds, especially for holes as small as
l CVD Silicon Carbide
l Ceramic Matrix Composites
l Technical Ceramics
Q:What is BT40 and HSKA63?
A:These are two different kinds of tool holder which used for connect to your CNC machine according to different size and type.
Q:What is the RMP(Round Per Minute) pf your equipment?
A:Normally the max speed of designed equipment is below 3000RMP, if you need faster for better performance, we will do the some adjustment to match the max speed 30000 RPM.
Q:Is there exist carbon brush or electromagnetic coil on your transducer?
A:There is electric conduction link around the transducer and the carbon brush is in the link.
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