CHATTER MITIGATION IN REAMING: EXPLORING EFFECTIVE TOOL HOLDER DESIGN

  • 1Department of Manufacturing Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology, Brno, CZ

Abstract

Reaming is a crucial technology in finishing operations, demanding high stability in the machining process for optimal results. The clamping system significantly influences the dynamic properties of the system tool – clamping - machine and is key in mitigating chatter. The introduction of new designs in clamping exchangeable reaming heads presents several challenges, particularly in terms of vibration suppression. This study explores various constructions of clamping bars, examining their dynamic properties in both static conditions and during machining. Through these evaluations, the research aims to understand how different designs impact the stability and effectiveness of reaming operations. The measured data from these experiments reveal how the construction of the holder influences machining process stability, providing insights into optimizing clamping system designs for improved reaming performance. the outcomes of this study contribute to the development of more effective and efficient clamping systems for finishing operations.

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