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- In ultrasonic machining (USM), also called ultrasonic grinding, high-frequency vibrations delivered to a tool tip, embedded in abrasive slurry, by a booster or sonotrode, create accurate cavities of virtually any shape; that are, “negatives” of the tool.
- Since this method is non-thermal, non-electrical, and non-chemical, it produces virtually stress-free shapes even in hard and brittle work-pieces. Ultrasonic drilling is most effective for hard and brittle materials; soft materials absorb too much sound energy and make the process less efficient.
Ultrasonic Machining Seminar Report
Page Length : 16
- USM System Components
Ultrasonic Machining Presentation Report (PPT)
Page Length : 20
- Schematic diagram
- Principle & Working
- USM system & subsystem
- Process parameter & effect
- Advantages & disadvantages