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Experiences in micro-milling and micro-drilling

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Author(s)

Bradley N. Damazo, Matthew A. Davies, Brian S. Dutterer, Michael Kennedy

Abstract

The field of micromachining is expanding to meet the demand for increased functionality for smaller components. This paper represents experiences learned in micro-milling and micro-drilling. The objective is to apply our knowledge of conventional and high speed milling and drilling, in order to gain experience in and to understand the limitations, capabilities and processes of endmill tools and drills at a very small scale.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings of the 13th American Society for Precision Engineering Annual Meeting
Conference Dates
October 25-30, 1998
Conference Location
St. Louis, MO
Conference Title
13th American Society for Precision Engineering Annual Meeting

Keywords

micro-drilling, micro-milling

Citation

Damazo, B. , Davies, M. , Dutterer, B. and Kennedy, M. (1999), Experiences in micro-milling and micro-drilling, Proceedings of the 13th American Society for Precision Engineering Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO (Accessed June 23, 2024)

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Created January 1, 1999, Updated February 17, 2017