Lehrstuhl für Fertigungstechnologie, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg



Functional Charakterization of Tool Surfaces



Project Status: finished

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Cemented carbides are increasingly used as tool materials in cold forging. Manufacturing of tool geometry is often done by electrical discharge machining (EDM) or by grinding due to the high hardness of cemented carbides. The surface integrity of the tool has a significant influence on the failure mechansisms wear and fatigue. The tool surface is polished in a finale processing step for improvement of tribological conditions. In this project the surface properties and their influence on the tool behavior were investigated and characterized by functional surface parameters. Aim of the project was to gain knowledge for an optimized cemented carbide tool production in terms of tool surface quality and profitability of tool production. Results show that the tool behavior is influenced by hard machining. In this regard the fatigue strength for the process chain grinding and polishing is higher compared to EDM and polishing.

 


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Publications

    2013

    • Andreas, K.; Merklein, M.; Engel, U.:
      Fatigue Behavior of Cemented Carbide Based Forming Tools.
      In: Sigl, L.; Kestler, H.; Wagner, J (Edtrs.): Proc. 18th Plansee Seminar, Plansee SE, 2013, pp. 1797-1808

    2012

    • Andreas, K.; Engel, U.; Merklein, M.:
      Influence of Grinding on the Surface Properties of Cemented Carbides.
      Key Eng. Mater. 504-506(2012), pp. 1353-1358

    • Andreas, K.; Merklein, M.; Engel, U.:
      Werkzeugherstellung in der Kaltmassivumformung - Einfluss der Werkzeugoberfläche auf die tribologischen Bedingungen.
      Werkstattstechnik online 10(2012), pp. 672-677

    • Andreas, K.; Merklein, M.; Engel, U.:
      Influence of Combined Hard and Fine Machining on the Surface Properties of Cemented Carbides.
      Tribology in industry 34(2012)3, pp. 119-127

    2011

    • Andreas, K.; Merklein, M.; Engel, U.:
      Influence of combined hard and fine machining on the surface properties of cemented carbides.
      In: Bouzakis, K.-D.; Bobzin, K.; Denkena, B.; Merklein, M. (Edtrs.): Proc. 9th Int. Conf. THE "A" Coatings in Manufacturing Engineering, 2011, pp. 113-122

    • Merklein, M.; Andreas, K.; Engel, U.:
      Influence of machining process on residual stresses in the surface of cemented carbides.
      Procedia Engineering 19(2011), pp. 252-257

    Letztes Update: 06.12.2012