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HydroMill

Development of an abrasive 5-Axis waterjet process for efficient machining of high performance materials.
Task Development of strategies for 5-Axis toolpath planning for waterjet milling
Project start Aug 2014
Project end Aug 2017
Website HydroMill
Funding agency BMBF, Project Management Agency Karlsruhe (PTKA), Germany
Details High-strength and brittle-rigid materials cause high tool waste on conventional milling processes, so that the costs for these processes are very high. This applies in particular for grinding processes. HydroMill focuses on developing an alternative, innovative technique for machining high-strength and brittle-rigid materials by water-jet milling.
Partners Fraunhofer IPT, Germany // Kuhmichel Recycling GmbH, Germany // HG-Ridder GmbH, Germany

 

Dieses Forschungs- und Entwicklungsprojekt wird mit Mitteln des Bundes­ministeriums für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) innerhalb des Rahmenkonzepts “Forschung für die Produktion von morgen” , mit dem Kennzeichen 01IM14003D gefördert und vom Projektträger Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Bereich Produktion und Fertigungstechnologien (PTKA-PFT), betreut.”

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