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Review of the development of micro-drills for drilling small holes in modern composite materials

1. Raul Turmanidze, Fakultet za transport i mašinstvo, Gruzijski tehnički univerzitet (GTU), Tbilisi (Gruzija), Georgia
2. Predrag Dašić, SaTCIP Publisher Ltd., 36610 Vrnjačka Banja i Visoka tehnička mašinska škola strukovnih studija (VTM, Serbia
3. Giorgi Popkhadze, Fakultet za transport i mašinstvo, Gruzijski tehnički univerzitet (GTU), Tbilisi (Gruzija), Georgia

Micro-drilling (MD or D) is type of machining (processing) technology used for the drilling of miniaturized parts of small diameter in micro-scale, ie. diameter in a range of a few microns to several hundred microns. In paper is given the review of the development of micro-drills for drilling small holes in modern composite and nano-materials. An overview of the calculation and mathematical modeling of function of cutting forces, tool wear and torque depending on the cutting regime and geometric parameters of the micro-drill when drilling small holes in different composite and nano-materials is analyzed.

Key words: machining; micro-drilling (MD or D); composite materials.

Thematic field: SIMPOZIJUM A - Nauka materije, kondenzovane materije i fizika čvrstog stanja

Date: 17.08.2020.

Contemporary Materials 2020 - Savremeni Materijali


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