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Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Information Systems and Industrial Applications
Vibration-assisted machining (VAM) has been proposed for tens of years and attracts a lot of attentions due to its unique advantages on improving the machining quality of a range of materials, especially intractable materials like titanium and nickel alloys. VAM combines conventional machining (CM) with high-frequency, small-amplitude tool vibrations. This paper presents a customized tool designed for two-dimensional (2D) VAM and reveals its movement rules. A simplified surface generation modeldoi:10.2991/cisia-15.2015.166 fatcat:ydurd2yeqfeedfvuovbo4to2na