Ultrasonic Machining of Titanium Alloy : Side Milling

 

HIT applies ultrasonic-assisted machining technology on titanium alloy side milling, and achieves higher machining efficiency, better surface quality, and longer tool life.


HIT utilized the ultrasonic machining module for Titanium Alloy (Ti-6Al-4V) side milling.  HIT's ultrasonic-assisted machining technology allowed for 3 times faster of the cutting speed, resulting in the increase in feed rate and machining efficiency.  The high-frequency ultrasonic micro-vibration reduced the cutting force and cutting heat, which ensured better surface quality and improved the tool life.
The ultrasonic machining module offers the highest amount of precision and flexibility when fabricating components that require high quality, high precisional repeatability, and high yield rate.


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Titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V) offers a combination of lightweight, high strength, low density, good corrosion resistance and ductility.  It is also recognized for their exceptional resistance to a wide range of chemical environments provided by a thin, invisible but extremely protective surface oxide film.

These extraordinary properties make it ideal for numerous kinds of industrial applications, including biomedical industry (titanium bone plate, artificial joint), aerospace and defence industry (turbine blade, aircraft engine components), 3C electronic industry (Apple watch Ultra bezel, smartphone phone case), and electric car industry (underbody of Tesla Model S).

However, titanium alloy has bad thermal conductivity and work-hardening quality.  This would accumulate massive amount of cutting heat during the machining process, resulting in the chips being repeatedly adhesive to both the tool and workpiece.  The adhesive wear of the tool then leads to the breakage on the tool's rake face and worsens the surface roughness of the workpiece.

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In addition to titanium alloy, HIT also applies the ultrasonic machining technology to a wide range of demanding materials, including technical ceramics, quartz glass, silicon carbide (SiC), tungsten carbide, inconel alloy, and even composites..

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Ultrasonic Machining of Al2O3 Ceramic : Micro-Drilling

 

HIT applies ultrasonic-assisted machining technology on Al2O3 ceramic micro-driling, and achieves higher efficiency and better quality.


HIT utilized the ultrasonic machining module for the micro-drilling 99% Aluminum Oxide (Al2O3) ceramic.
HIT's ultrasonic-assisted machining technology greatly enhanced the machining efficiency by 60%, and maintained high quality workpieces with no edge-cracks or burrs on the drilling holes by sight.
The ultrasonic machining module offers the highest amount of precision and flexibility when it comes to fabricating components that require high quality, high precisional repeatability, and high yield rate.


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Aluminum Oxide (Al2O3), also known as Alumina.
The major difficulties in machining Al2O3 reside in its material properties of high hardness and brittleness.
Poor surface quality and subsurface damages have become serious challenges during the machining process.
However, this material's excellent chemical resistance and thermal stability have made it ideal for semiconductor fabrication commodity applications.


In addition to aluminum oxide, HIT can also apply the ultrasonic machining technology to a wide range of demanding materials, including quartz glass, silicon carbide (SiC), tungsten carbide, titanium alloys, and even composites.


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If you are looking for a better way to improve the machining efficiency, workpiece quality, and stability in tool life, please feel free to contact us 📩


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