Functional Approach to Development of Hybrid Technology of Cutting Diamond Carbides

А.F. Salenko, V.Т. Shchetinin, G.V. Gabuzian, V.А. Nikitin, S.А. Klymenko, А.М. Potapov, Lj. Tanovic
2018 Materials Science: Materials Review  
Modern composite materials have a number of advantages in comparison with the traditionally used ones and allow implementing new methods of processing, which makes the finished product cheaper and makes its use more efficient.Objective: In order to improving the surface quality and productivity taken by A functional approach. Method: A functional approach to the development of cutting technologies for Carbide and Super Hard Multilayered Composites is considered. It allows, by alternating the
more » ... alternating the effects of different nature, to obtain qualitative edges, to lower the residual stresses in the surface layers, and to achieve a high surface quality. The essence of the approach is that the method of impact is determined on the basis of a morphological search of options for the execution of individual surface elements, each of which, combined into a set, uniquely forms the function of the finished product. The cutting is determined by a rational sequence of execution of technological transitions, provided that each harmful intermediate function at the finish stage turns into neutral or complements the required useful function.Results: Examples of figured cutting of plates from polycrystalline diamond-containing materials are given, the results of obtaining qualitative edges are shown.Conclusion: Thanks to the proposed technology based on the use of a functionally oriented approach, the functions of the tool for cutting are divided between the tool itself and the product part. As a result, the processing speed increases more than 3 times, and a high cut quality is achieved.
doi:10.18063/msmr.v1i1.460 fatcat:w6wmok4qmbbtrgqypyjmtezzfu