We have dedicated an article to turning in precision mechanical machining and to the most common types of turning processes, now we want to deepen the parameters to be calculated for the machining.
Centerless grinding is a machining process designed to produce particularly thin and small components that cannot be easily locked between the spindle and the tailstock. This type of grinding allows the production of cylindrical components.
The use of stones and other natural abrasives to process materials such as metals has been widespread since ancient times, just think of the smoothing operations that were carried out in ancient Greece.
In order to perform different grinding operations, we use grinding machines that can perform the finishing of metal parts to obtain dimensional and geometric accuracy.
Aviation has come a long way to get to where it is today: over the last century, countless test flights, thousands of projects and endless research by experts in the field have pushed the evolution of aeronautical technologies and aerospace.
The European standard EN 9100 is the standard of the aerospace and defense industry. To cooperate with an aerospace company, having a certification according to this standard is mandatory for all suppliers.
The ISO 9000 family of quality management systems (QMS) is a set of standards that help organizations to ensure that products meet the needs of customers and other interested parties, within the scope of legal and regulatory requirements for a product or service.
We continue with the series of articles dedicated to “Heat treatments in precision mechanics” with the second part of this feature article.
In a recent post we introduced the topic “Heat treatments in precision mechanics”, now we want to go into more details about the most common Heat treatments used in precision mechanics.