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|Title:||Damage Analysis of Tool-Based Micromachining Setup Using Electrical Continuity-Based Contact Detection System|
|Citation:||Journal of Failure Analysis and Prevention , Vol. 21 , 2 , p. 588 - 594|
|Abstract:||Initial registration of tool with respect to workpiece is a critical requirement in tool-based micromachining setup. As the tool is in the order of few hundred micrometre diameter and rotating at very high speed, hence, the chance of tool breakage or workpiece surface damage during tool workpiece registration is more during micromachining. Initial tool registration of tool with respect to workpiece circuit was developed and incorporated with developed tool-based micromachining setup. The performance of the developed electrical continuity-based contact detection circuit was done by feeding the workpiece with different offset dimensions. From the experiments, it’s observed that there is more damage in workpiece when tool workpiece offset distance is more in both milling and drilling tools. © 2021, ASM International.|
|Appears in Collections:||1. Journal Articles|
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