Special Processing & Machine Tool

Non-traditional Machining

Non-traditional Machining

Overview Special processing refers to those processing methods that are not in the traditional processing technology category. It is different from traditional processing methods that use tools, abrasives, etc. to directly remove excess material using mechanical energy. Special processing is a new process developed in recent decades. It is an important supplement and development of …

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Non-traditional Machining Technology and Development

Non-traditional Machining Technology and Development

The processing technology The non-traditional machining technology is a method of directly processing various energy such as electric energy, light energy, chemical energy, electrochemical energy, acoustic energy, thermal energy and mechanical energy. The non-traditional machining tools are basically not in contact with the parts to be processed, and are not subject to the strength and …

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Electric Discharge Machining

Electric Discharge Machining

Electrical discharge machining is a special processing method for etching conductive materials by electro-erosion caused by pulse discharge between two electrodes immersed in working fluid. Also known as electrical discharge machining or electrolytic etching, referred to as EDM. In 1943, the Soviet scholar Lazarenko discovered and invented EDM, and then developed rapidly with the improvement …

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Laser Cutting Technology

Laser Cutting Technology

Laser cutting technology is widely used in the processing of metal and non-metal materials. It can greatly reduce the processing time, reduce the processing cost and improve the quality of the workpiece. Laser cutting is achieved by applying high power density energy generated by laser focusing. Compared with traditional sheet metal processing methods, laser cutting …

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Laser Processing Considerations

Laser Processing Considerations

I. Machining accuracy The machining accuracy of laser cutting is the overall accuracy determined by the performance of the machine, beam quality, and processing. Even if the cutting is performed according to the program, there are cases where the processed product cannot meet the accuracy requirement. Therefore, it is necessary to take countermeasures according to …

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Ultra High Pressure Water Cutting

Ultra High Pressure Water Cutting

Ultra high pressure water cutting is also called water jet. It is a high-energy (380MPa) water stream produced by multi-stage supercharging of ordinary water, and then jet-cut at a speed of nearly kilometers per second through a very fine ruby nozzle (Φ0.1-0.35mm). This type of cutting is called ultra high pressure water cutting. Basic Information …

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Electron Beam Processing and Ion Beam Processing

Electron Beam Processing and Ion Beam Processing

Electron beam processing can be used for punching, cutting, etching, soldering, heat treatment, and lithography processing depending on the energy injection time of its power density. The application of ion beam processing is expanding and innovating. The current ion beam processing used to change part size and surface physical and mechanical properties is: Ion etching …

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Water Jet Processing

Water Jet Processing

(1) A wide range of applications. Almost suitable for processing all materials. In addition to steel, aluminum, copper and other metal materials, it can also process particularly hard, brittle, soft non-metallic materials. Such as: plastic, leather, paper, cloth, chemical fiber, wood, plywood, asbestos, cement products, glass, granite, marble, ceramics and composite materials. (2) High processing …

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Plasma

Plasma

The plasma has a high temperature and can provide a high enthalpy working medium to produce materials that cannot be obtained by conventional methods. In addition, the atmosphere technology is controllable, the equipment is relatively simple, and the process flow can be significantly shortened, so the plasma technology has been greatly developed. In 1879, W. …

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Laser Heat Treatment

Laser Heat Treatment

Laser heat treatment is a method of surface treating the metal with a high power density laser beam. It can perform laser heat treatment on metals. Surface modification such as phase hardening (referred to as surface quenching, surface amorphization, surface remelting), surface alloying, etc., resulting in changes in surface composition, structure, and properties that cannot …

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