Study of Micro Drilling on Pyrex Glass Using Spark Assisted Chemical Engraving

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Study of Micro Drilling on Pyrex Glass Using Spark Assisted Chemical Engraving

Author(s): Changshui Gao, Zhuang Liu and Angzi Li

Affiliation: Jiangsu Key Laboratory of Precision and Micro-Manufacturing Technology, Nanjing 210016, China.

Abstract

Spark assisted chemical engraving (SACE) technology has the potential for micro machining glass with advantages of simplicity, high aspect ratio and less micro cracks. Typical micro SACE process utilizes cylindrical tool and suffers from poor electrolyte circulation along with machining depth. This work employed ø200μm tungsten carbide drill to experimentally fabricate micro holes on Pyrex Glass by applying SACE process. On the rotation of the drill, the micro grooves of the drill are capable of enhancing electrolyte circulation within machining zone and thus improve the processing performance. Several effects of process factors on drilling results were evaluated correspondently. The results revealed that machining time, drill rotation direction and rate, and the contact force affected the processing performance markedly. A deep hole of 245 μm in entrance diameter and 8.8 in aspect ratio was obtained by optimal process parameters. Tool wear has also been discussed herein.


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Article Details

Volume: 5
First Page: 1
Last Page: 1
Page Count: 1
DOI: 10.2174/1876402905666131112201358
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