Characteristics of tools used in the friction drilling method
Friction drilling as a non-chip drilling method require a special formed tool. This tool can be combined with conventional drilling machines as well as milling machines, also CNC ones. The choice depends only on the factors related to production volumes. Tool must have high durability properties to reach proper efficiency level. This means the number of boreholes that can be formed while maintaining the shape and structure of the surface within the dimensions tolerances limits. High temperature in process also cause a high durability properties. These article presents a review of apossible solutions on tools mounting devices and tools functionality used in friction drilling process.
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