Report on tool transfer and alignment methods: FInal. COTECH EU FP7 Integrated Project (Grant Agreement no.: CP-IP 214491-2)

Guido Tosello, Stefania Gasparin, Arnaud De Grave, Hans Nørgaard Hansen

Research output: Book/ReportReport

Abstract

In the last few years, research work has been carried out regarding the feature miniaturization and tooling performance achievable with specific process chains combining different micro machining processes. On the other hand, technologies, strategies and tool design rules in order to optimize the accuracy of the hybrid tooling process chain with a focus on the part transfer and re-position of different machining chains have not been addressed thoroughly and are the topic of Task 2.2.3 “Tool transfer for hybrid manufacturing”. First results are presented in this report, focussing on a specific process chain for tooling (i.e. hybrid tooling) based on the combination of micro milling and micro electrical discharge machining (EDM) milling, both at machine tool and at machining technology levels.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages42
Publication statusPublished - 2010
SeriesCOnverging TECHnologies for micro systems manufacturing

Bibliographical note

SP 2 - Tooling. WP 2.2 - New tool-making solutions for μ-IM and HE

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