Publisher : The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers
DOI : 10.22634/KSME-A.19220.127.116.118
Title & Authors
A study on the analysis of grinding mechanism by using optimum in-process electrolytic dressing Lee, Eun-Sang; Kim, Jeong-Du;
In recent years, grinding techniques for precision machining of brittle materials used in electric, optical and magnetic parts have been improved by using superabrasive wheel and precision grinding machine. The completion of optimum dressing of superabrasive wheel makes possible the effective precision grinding of brittle materials. However, the present dressing system cannot have control of optimum dressing of the superabrasive wheel. In this study, a new system and the grinding mechanism of optimum in-process electrolytic dressing were proposed. This system can carry out optimum in-process dressing of superabrasive wheel, and give very effective control according to unstable current and gap increase. Therefore, the optimum in-process electrolytic dressing is a good method to obtain the efficiency and mirror-like grinding of brittle materials.
Optimum In-process Electropytic Dressing System;Cast Iron Bond Wheel;Grinding Mechanism;Dressing Current;Isulating layer;A/D Converter;
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