abrasive machining

abrasive machining

[ə′brās·əv mə′shēn·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Grinding, drilling, shaping, or polishing by abrasion.
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UV drilling, cutting and abrasive machining can substantially increase the material removal rate, decrease the cutting force, reduce tool wear and improve surface finishing.
Kobayashi, Material removal mechanisms in non-contact ultrasonic abrasive machining, Wear 258 (2005) 107-114.
The 123 peer-reviewed papers here discuss such aspects as abrasive jet machining, abrasive machining, advanced cutting technology, brittle material machining, coolants and cooling, glass molding and related topics, grinding wheel and abrasive grain technologies, in-process measurement and monitoring metrology, micro-machining and nano-machining, surface integrity and materials characterization, and tribology in manufacturing.
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(2009) investigated the performance of WPCs subjected to abrasive machining. Five commercially available decking products (Choicedek, Fiberon, Smartdeck, Trex, and Carefree) were subjected to abrasive machining.
The topics covered include new developments and applications in grinding, polishing, and abrasive machining technologies, plus novel techniques in dressing and truing for grinding processes and abrasive-jet processing.
Honing is an abrasive machining process where a tool with expanding abrasive stone assemblies rotates in a bore, while the tool or the part reciprocates rapidly during the process.
Silicon carbide products are widely used and found in many other diverse industrial applications such as abrasive machining, wire sawing, grinding and sand blasting, and in the manufacturing process of semiconductors, power lighting, switching and diodes.
The "Journal of Machining and Forming Technologies" covers recent advances in machining and forming technologies, including traditional machining (turning, milling, drilling, etc.), non-traditional machining (EDM, USM, LAM, etc.), abrasive machining, metal casting, powder metallurgy, forging, drawing, sheet metal forming, microforming, plastics/composites processing, ceramic processing and hybrid processes.
Abrasive machining products have now been reorganized such that: Wendt is now responsible for super-abrasives, Slip Naxos for hot-pressed grinding wheels, and Winterthur for conventional vitreous wheels.
In the coming months, T&P will feature laser and waterjet marvels, abrasive machining products, and the best in turning and machining.