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Handbook of Manufacturing Engineering and Technology pp Cite as. Loose abrasive machining is one of the processes, which contributes to improving precision, such as surface roughness and form accuracy of manufactured components. To date, numerous process principles have been developed to materialize the loose abrasive machining process in different ways. These developments have been made in response to the changing needs of the commercial market and to the improvement of the quality of products.
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Computers in Manufacturing, U. Rembold, M. Seth, and J. Roberts Adhesives in Manufacturing, edited by Gerald L. Nachtman and Serope Kalpakjian. Stephenson and John S. Ginzburg and Robert Ballas. Advani and E. Marinescu, Eckart Uhlmann, and Toshiro K. Government works Printed in the United States of America on acid-free paper 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 International Standard Book Number Hardcover International Standard Book Number Hardcover This book contains information obtained from authentic and highly regarded sources.
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Uhlmann, Eckart. Doi, Toshiro. H Preface Lapping and polishing are the most precise processes used to finish the surfaces of mechanical and electronic or semiconductor components. The Handbook of Lapping and Polishing is the first book written in English to thoroughly cover these processes.
Even though these processes are very precise, there has been very little scientific research undertaken into the study and application of these processes. These processes may be characterized as more an art than a science. The aim of this book is to review all the developments of recent years so that a foundation may be laid to enable the transformation of these operations into more deterministic processes by the involvement of some mechanical and tribological science.
The Fundamentals of Lapping Chapter 2 will give an overview of the lapping process starting with the basics. The stock removal mechanisms of lapping and polishing are very different from any other processes, and because both lapping and polishing are free abrasive processes, most of their mechanisms are under a probability percentage.
All abrasive processes have an overlap of rubbing, plowing, and scratching mechanisms that are functions of a large number of parameters of the process, of the abrasive, and of the work piece. All these make any prediction of outcomes of these processes very difficult. Most of the applications of these processes are kept as confidential as possible proprietary information , and specific details are not seen in professional or technical journals and magazines.
This is the reason for not having a book until now that emphasizes these processes. The editors of this book have put together the latest knowledge concerning these processes in three leading industrial countries: United States, Japan, and Germany.
The contributors are from academia as well as from industry, and they all possess extensive experience in both the theoretical and application domains.
Due to the high pace of development of the electronics and semiconductors industry, many of the presented processes and applications come from these industries, which are also the engines of the developments of these processes. Few people using a computer realize how much lapping, polishing, and chemomechanical polishing CMP are involved in the computers components. The most critical components of the disk drive are finished with special superlapping and nanopolishing techniques not to mention the CMP of the chips, which has already become a standard technology.
Developments in the abrasive industry in recent years, mainly of the superabrasives, have generated more challenges for industries that utilize these processes. The reality that day-by-day we get finer diamond and cubic. It is not unusual today to talk about nanogrit, mainly in the case of diamonds. Relatively new technology such as obtaining diamonds by explosion has allowed the development of products with grits as small as 5 nm. To use these grits, avoiding the formation of clusters is a challenge, which has only been partially solved.
Most of the knowledge used in the study of lapping and polishing has been borrowed from tribology, the science of wear, friction, and lubrication. A book I wrote in Tribology of Abrasive Processes was exclusively dedicated to the application of tribology to abrasive processes, but had more emphasis on the grinding process, which is largely used in industry.
Not many researchers from the tribology field are dealing with manufacturing processes, even though this marriage is a winwin solution. Lately more people, mainly from academia, have been taking this approach, and the results are great. The audience for this book is very large. The book can be useful for a large category of professionals starting with technicians and engineers and extending to researchers and academics.
The book can be used also as a complementary textbook for undergraduate and graduate studies. Finally, I would like to sincerely thank all the contributors to this book, including their companies and universities for allowing them to spend the time required for writing the chapters of this book. Ioan D. Marinescu Toledo, Ohio. Editors Dr.
Marinescu is a professor of mechanical, industrial, and manufacturing engineering at the University of Toledo. Professor Marinescu is the author of more than 15 books and over technical and scientific papers. He has given lectures and workshops in more than 40 countries around the world. Eckart Uhlmann is a professor of production engineering at the Technical University of Berlin.
Professor Uhlmann is well known in Germany and internationally through his studies in abrasive processes, especially in coated abrasive processes, lapping, polishing, and grinding with lapping kinematics. Toshiro K. Doi is a professor of mechanical engineering at the School of Education of Saitama University.
Professor Doi is a world expert in chemomechanical polishing, the field in which he published several books and over papers in Japan and abroad. He is the author or coauthor of more than patents. Open navigation menu. Close suggestions Search Search. User Settings. Skip carousel. Carousel Previous. Carousel Next. What is Scribd? Uploaded by rsmith Document Information click to expand document information Date uploaded Apr 11, Did you find this document useful?
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Computers in Manufacturing, U. Rembold, M. Seth, and J. Roberts Adhesives in Manufacturing, edited by Gerald L. Nachtman and Serope Kalpakjian. Stephenson and John S.
Lapping and polishing are currently the most precise surface finishing processes for mechanical and electronic components. Unfortunately.
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Even though these processes are have a long history of applications, the literature has been largely empirical and there is little scientific research published on these important processes. Until recent scientific developments, details of applications were kept as proprietary information. In response to demands for technical information from industry, particularly the electronic industry, this book was written to show developments that transform the art of lapping and polishing into deterministic processes backed by mechanical and tribological sciences. Chapter 2, "Fundamentals of Lapping",is an overview of the lapping process starting with the basics showing how stock removal is very different from other abrasive processes. Thoughout this book the editors have organized the latest knowledge from research in the United States, Japan, and Germany.
Focusing on the machining of ceramic materials such as silicon nitride, silicon carbide, and zirconia, this handbook meets the growing need in industry for a clear understanding of modern improvements in ceramic processing. The 20 expert chapter authors explore the challenge of reducing the costs of machining operations, a continuing problem in an industry where ceramic parts must be machined into final form to achieve a proper fit. The handbook reveals that the abrasive machining of ceramic materials will always be a requirement because of the difficulty of controlling parts dimensions at the high temperatures required in their creation.
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The process of lapping and polishing materials has been applied to a wide range of materials and applications, ranging from metals, glasses, optics, semiconductors, and ceramics. Lapping and polishing techniques are beneficial due to the precision and control with which material can be removed. Surface finishes in the nanometer range can also be produced using these techniques, which makes lapping and polishing an attractive method for materials processing. This paper describes some basics about lapping, including equipment setup, typical lapping techniques, and nomenclature. Grinding, lapping, polishing, and CMP chem. A brief discussion of terms is needed to understand the basics of what is being referred to when these topics are discussed. Grinding is quick and relatively easy process but can cause deep subsurface damage in delicate materials.
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Handbook of lapping and polishing. Lapping and polishing are currently the most precise surface finishing processes for mechanical and electronic components. Unfortunately, most improvements in either methods or understanding of the physical processes involved are closely guarded as proprietary information.