Ultrasonic machining process makes light work of composites

Researchers at Loughborough University (Leicestershire, UK) have developed a device that they say could revolutionize the way cutting, drilling and milling of composite materials is accomplished. It involves a technique called ultrasonically-assisted machining (UAM), which uses a specially designed piezoelectric transducer working in tandem with a traditional turning, drilling or milling machine. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  Composites Materials and Additives read more

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