标题:Study of High-Speed Mechanical Micro Drilling Process Fundamentals for Small Holes    (Open Access)
作者:Li, Yang ;Cheng, Xiang ;Ling, Siying ;Zheng, Guangming ;Manea, Hisham
通讯作者:Cheng, Xiang
作者机构:[Li, Yang ;Cheng, Xiang ;Zheng, Guangming ;Manea, Hisham ] School of Mechanical Engineering, Shandong University of Technology, Zibo; 255000, China;[L 更多
会议名称:2020 5th Annual International Conference on Information System and Artificial Intelligence, ISAI 2020
会议日期:May 22, 2020 - May 23, 2020
来源:Journal of Physics: Conference Series
出版年:2020
卷:1575
期:1
DOI:10.1088/1742-6596/1575/1/012179
摘要:High-speed mechanical micro drilling would be a promising process for small hole fabrications with high productivity and high quality. But there are limited studies on this topic. Fundamental questions such as the minimum undeformed chip thickness (MUCT) due to the size effect in microcutting, burr size, cutting force, and optimal parameters are discussed for high-speed mechanical micro drilling in this paper. Based on finite element method (FEM) modelling, the MUCT is identified as 0.86 μm for copper C26000 with the cutting edge radius of 5 μm from both chip generation and force variation analyses. The ratio of MUCT to the cutting edge radius is 0.17, which is smaller than that (usually 0.2 or 0.25 for copper) in micro shaping and micromilling processes. This result has been successfully verified by experiments with the drill with a diameter of 1 mm and the spindle speed of 80,000 min-1. Burr width at the hole entrance reaches the maximum value when the undeformed chip thickness (UCT) is smaller than the MUCT. Experimental optimizations with the integrated considerations of cutting forces and burrs have been conducted. The optimal high-speed micro drilling parameters have realized a material removal rate (MRR) of 25% increasement compared with conventional micro drilling.
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