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Surface Characteristics based on Material and Process Changes in Surface Treatment using Fast Tool Servo
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Surface Characteristics based on Material and Process Changes in Surface Treatment using Fast Tool Servo
Kim, Mi Ru; Lee, Deug Woo; Lee, Seung Jun; Liang, Li; Kim, Jong Man; Jang, Nam-Su;
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A treatment for improving the characteristics of a surface is very important in increasing the life of machine parts. Many studies have been carried out on the surface characteristics after such treatments. For enhanced eco-technology, an alternative to a conventional chemical surface treatment process is essential. Ultrasonic nano-crystal surface modification (UNSM) technology is a physical environmentally friendly surface treatment method. This technology was developed in domestic and currently being used. As the mechanism of UNSM technology, a ball tip attached to an ultrasonic vibration device strikes the metal surface at nearly 20,000 times per second. The resulting modified surface layer improves the surface characteristics. This paper describes a self-developed fast tool servo system applied to the UNSM process as a vibration module within a high-frequency bandwidth. After describing the surface modification process based on the material and process changes, the surface characteristics are compared.
Fast tool servo;UNSM technology;Surface treatment;Surface characteristics;Eco technology;
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