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Principle of electrochemical deburring machine tool

principle of electrochemical deburring

electrochemical deburring technology uses electric energy and chemical energy to dissolve the anode to remove burrs. The mechanical parts are connected with the positive pole of the DC power supply as the anode, and the forming tools are connected with the negative pole of the DC power supply as the cathode. A certain gap is maintained between the two poles to allow the electrolyte to circulate. When the anode and cathode are immersed in the solution and fed with direct current, electrochemical reaction will take place on the anode surface, and the dissolved metal on the surface of the mechanical parts will form a viscous liquid collection with the electrolyte. 5. In the horizontal installation of unqualified imported waste raw materials in the environmental protection project with a solid foundation of US $56million, they have high resistance and small corrosion on the surface of the mechanical parts; However, the burr protrudes from the surface of mechanical parts. Under the influence of temperature difference, it is difficult to form a liquid film. After power on, the power line is highly concentrated in the burr part. The burr nearest to the cathode will be dissolved at the fastest speed until all the burrs are dissolved and the edges gradually form rounded corners, that is, the purpose of deburring is achieved

electrochemical deburring machine tools can be used. When the production batch is small, the rectifier can be used to convert AC into DC to make simple equipment. According to the structure of mechanical parts, special fixtures (tool cathode) similar to the shape of mechanical parts are made of conductive materials such as brass or red copper, and the unprocessed parts are coated with epoxy resin for isolation and protection. Common electrolytes include NaCl, nano2> and nano>3 solutions. This technology is applicable to non-ferrous and ferrous metal mechanical parts, especially for mechanical parts with complex shapes and inner holes, cross holes and inner surface burrs that are difficult to be removed by mechanical and manual methods. It can remove the burrs of extremely hard mechanical parts such as molybdenum, nickel, titanium and quenched parts

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electrochemical deburring is an advanced deburring technology and a new process with rapid development and wide application in electrochemical machining (ECM). do "The Yucheng bioengineering Utilization Technology Research Institute of Shandong South University has fully started to use it as a special application form of electrochemical machining. It has no mechanical force on the workpiece, and is easy to realize automation or semi automation. It is suitable for removing the burrs of high hardness and high toughness metal parts, and can be limited to specific parts of the workpiece. For complex inner cavity parts that are difficult to handle manually and have poor accessibility, especially the cross hole phase The electrochemical deburring has obvious advantages for the burr of the through line. Electrochemical deburring takes corresponding conditioning and protective measures for the high edges of the machined edges, and has good surface quality. It has the advantages of good deburring effect, safety, high efficiency, energy conservation and environmental protection. The deburring effect is good. Generally, compared with the traditional process, the efficiency can be increased by more than times

applicable industries:

automobile engine, general engineering machinery, aerospace, pneumatic hydraulic and many other industries. It is an important equipment with large production batch and the widest application field in electrochemical machining machine tools

machine features:

applicable to internal burrs that are difficult to remove

applicable to parts finished after heat treatment

applicable to the whole field of metal cutting

the use of non-linear electrolyte is harmless to human body. (end)

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