Comparison between traditional and non traditional processes 1. In traditional processes, the cutting tool and workpiece are always in contact with a relative motion against each other which results in friction and a significant tool wear. In non traditional processes, here is no physical contact between the tool and workpiece. However in some non
Nontraditional cutting processes 1. The nontraditional processes that use mechanical energy other than a sharp cutting tool. Types: ultrasonic machining. water jet processes. abrasive jet process. 2. Ultrasonic machining is a non traditional mechanical means of uniform stock removal, applicable to both conductive and nonconductive materials.
NONTRADITIONAL MACHINING AND THERMAL CUTTING PROCESSES 1. Mechanical Energy Processes 2. Electrochemical Machining Processes 3. Thermal Energy Processes 4. Chemical Machining 2 NonTraditional Processes Conventional Machining Processes use a sharp cutting tool NTP A group of processes that
Nontraditional Processes Defined. A group of processes that remove excess material by techniques involving mechanical, thermal, electrical, or chemical energy They do not use a sharp cutting tool in the conventional sense
NONTRADITIONAL MACHINING AND THERMAL CUTTING PROCESSES The term nontraditional machining refers to the group of processes that removes excess material by techniques involving mechanical, thermal, electrical, or chemical energy while they do not use a sharp cutting tool in the conventional sense.
NONTRADITIONAL MANUFACTURING PROCESSES INTRODUCTION Many material removal processes have been developed since World War II to address problems that can't be handled with conventional, that is, "traditional chip forming" machining processes. The processes described in this chapter are often called nontraditional machining