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High Precision Ultrasonic Assisted Machining Unit Carbides Materials

High Precision Ultrasonic Assisted Machining Unit Carbides Materials

    • High Precision Ultrasonic Assisted Machining Unit Carbides Materials
    • High Precision Ultrasonic Assisted Machining Unit Carbides Materials
  • High Precision Ultrasonic Assisted Machining Unit Carbides Materials

    Product Details:

    Place of Origin: CHINA
    Brand Name: HC-SONIC
    Model Number: HC-M20

    Payment & Shipping Terms:

    Minimum Order Quantity: 1SET
    Price: negotiation
    Packaging Details: FOAM AND CARTON
    Delivery Time: 3DAYS
    Payment Terms: T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram, PAYPAL
    Supply Ability: 500 SETS PER MONTH
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    Detailed Product Description
    Name: Ultrasonic Milling Frequency: 20Khz
    Power: 2000w Type: Pencil Type, Metal Housing
    Horn Size: 120mm Material: Rapid Steel

    Patented high-precision ultrasonic assisted machining unit carbides materials


    Take your machining capabilities to the next level, along with your bottom line, with ultrasonic milling: the latest in ultrasonic machining technology. Experience unprecedented machining efficiency with high performance ultrasonic milling, grinding, core drilling and light weighting of optical glasses and ceramics. Ultrasonic oscillation of the tool promotes free cutting of material, greatly reducing the force applied to the tool as well as the work piece during processing. This reduction in force allows for rapid material removal and faster cycle times as well as reduced tool wear and longer tool life.


    Ultrasonic machining, or strictly speaking the "Ultrasonic vibration machining", is a subtraction manufacturing process that removes material from the surface of a part through high frequency, low amplitude vibrations of a tool against the material surface in the presence of fine abrasive particles. The tool travels vertically or orthogonal to the surface of the part at amplitudes of 0.05 to 0.125 mm (0.002 to 0.005 in.). The fine abrasive grains are mixed with water to form a slurry that is distributed across the part and the tip of the tool. Typical grain sizes of the abrasive material range from 100 to 1000, where smaller grains (higher grain number) produce smoother surface finishes.


    Ultrasonic vibration machining is typically used on brittle materials as well as materials with a high hardness due to the micro-cracking mechanics.



    Frequency 20Khz
    Power  500W
    Amplitude 1-5um
    Dameter 120MM



    Ultrasonic machining is an easy-to-use technology that allows a mold manufacturer to machine very hard or brittle materials with flexibility and accuracy. Ultrasonic machining centers can perform both conventional and ultrasonic machining operations. By combining these technologies in one machine, the user has the capability to machine across the entire material spectrum.

    Ultrasonic Basics and Benefits
    In ultrasonic machining, an electrical HF-signal is transmitted via induction through a small air gap from a stationary coil located on the spindle to a rotating coil located on the HSK toolholder. The high frequency supplied to the piezo elements of the actuating toolholder generates a corresponding vibration on the tip of the tool between 20 to 50 kHz. The vibration of the tool is combined with a simultaneous rotation up to 42,000 rpm.

    The vibration of an undefined diamond tool causes a significant reduction in process forces resulting in higher material removal rates and less tool wear than conventional methods. Conventional methods would be considered grinding or EDM.


    Another benefit to using ultrasonic machining is the resulting excellent surface quality. A finish of Ra<0.2 micron can be achieved, depending on the material. Also, there is enhanced flushing of the machined particles located in the cutting zone due to the ultrasonic motion of the tool in combination with the inner coolant supply.

    In the old method of ultrasonic machining, the entire spindle vibrated and energy was transferred via slip rings. This method had the disadvantage that the spindle had a reduced lifetime, which limited its widespread use in industry. Current state-of-the-art technology involves transferring the energy across an air gap where there are no touching components. Therefore, isolating the vibration to strictly the tool allows for seamless toolchanging capabilities in the automatic toolchanger from a conventional to an ultrasonic toolholder.


    The ultrasonic parameters are also provided within a software program. With an ADC (adaptive control)/ACC (acoustic control), there is automatic feed adjustment during the machining process. And, process variables are the spindle torque (for ADC) and the generator output power (for ACC). This results in a controlled machining environment with reduced process forces at the tool and constant cutting speeds.

    With an UGC (ultrasonic generator control), the user can either manually input the ultrasonic parameters—such as frequency range, amplitude and output power—or this can be automatically found using smart software provided with the machine.




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