Explaining principles underlying the main micromachining practices currently being used and developed in industrial countries around the world, Micromachining of Engineering Materials outlines advances in material removal that have led to micromachining, discusses procedures for precise measurement, includes molecular-level theories, describes vaporizing workpiece material with spark discharges and photon light energy, examines mask-based and maskless anodic dissolution processes, investigates nanomachining by firing ions at surfaces to remove groups of atoms, analyzes the conversion of kinetic to thermal energy through a controlled fine-focused beam of electrons, and more.Using a copper-plated tungsten wire, microholes were machined into 50-um thick GTi 10 cemented carbide alloy. They had an entrance diameter of 9 um and an exit diameter of 6um. Similarly, rectangular micro- holes 40 um x 45 um wereanbsp;...
|Title||:||Micromachining of Engineering Materials|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2001-11-29|