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19 Ekim Çarşamba 13:40-14:30 saatleri arasında Teknopark Kompozit Araştırma Merkezinde Yiğit Kapat, Design And Fabrication Of Micro End Mills For The Machining Of Difficult-To-Cut Materials başlıklı seminer verecektir.

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Title:Design And Fabrication Of Micro End Mills For The Machining Of Difficult-To-Cut Materials

Speaker: Yiğit KARPAT

Date/Time: 19 Oct 2016, Wednesday, 13:40-14:30

Place: KTMM Teknopark

 

Abstract:

Micromilling is a cost-effective method of fabricating miniaturized components with complex, three-dimensional features made from difficult-to-cut materials. Micro-cutting tools are exposed to harsh conditions during machining of such materials, which leads to short tool life and thus affects the economics of the process. In this talk, a systematic approach to the design and fabrication of high-precision micro-cutting tools will be presented. Built-up edge, an important but usually overlooked issue in micromachining of ductile materials, which affects the process forces, tool wear, and tool deflections is examined in detail. The protective effect of built-up edge has been exploited by creating micro-dimples on the tool surface using electrical discharge machining. These observations lead to the development of tailored micro-end mills which are designed and fabricated based on the requirements of the specific machining task.

Bio:

Yiğit Karpat received his B.S. degree from Dokuz Eylul University (1996) and his M.S. degree from Middle East Technical University (2000), both in Mechanical Engineering. He received his Ph.D from Rutgers University in Industrial Engineering (2007). At Bilkent University, he is an Associate Professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering, and he holds a joint appointment in Mechanical Engineering. He is an associate member of the CIRP - International Production Academy and National Nanotechnology Center (UNAM).