Effects of Process Parameters on Ultrasonic Micro-Hole Drilling in Glass and Ruby

Brittle materials such as ceramics, glasses and oxide single crystals find increasing applications in advanced micro-engineering products. Machining small features in such materials represents a manufacturing challenge. Ultrasonic drilling constitutes a promising technique for realizing simple micro-holes of high diameter-to-depth ratio. The process involves impacting abrasive particles in suspension in a liquid slurry between tool and work piece. Among the process performance criteria, the drilling time (productivity) is one of the most important quantities to evaluate the suitability of the process for industrial applications.


Published in:
14Th International Conference On Material Forming Esaform, 2011 Proceedings, 1353, 1367-1372
Presented at:
14th International Conference on Material Forming Esaform, Belfast, NORTH IRELAND, Apr 27-29, 2011
Year:
2011
Publisher:
Amer Inst Physics, 2 Huntington Quadrangle, Ste 1No1 D, Melville, Ny 11747-4501 Usa
ISBN:
978-0-7354-0911-8
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