Drilling of CFRP/Ti6Al4V Stack Board
Junsuke Fujiwara*, Ryuichi Nagaura*, and Tetsuya Tashiro**
*Department of Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, 2-1 Yamada-oka, Suita, Osaka 565-0871, Japan
**Department of Mechanical Systems, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology, 26-12 Saiwai-cho, Neyagawa, Osaka 572-8572, Japan
Drilling experiments with a CFRP/Ti6Al4V stack board were carried out using a TiAlN-coated cemented carbide drill, TiAlCr/TiSi-coated cemented carbide drill, and TiSiN-coated cemented carbide drill. Cutting experiments were carried out under a dry cutting process and water-mist-cooling process. Themain results obtained were as follows. The tool life of the TiAlCr/TiSi-coated cemented carbide drill was the longest among the three coated cemented carbide drills. The tool life under the water-mist-cooling process was longer than that under the dry process. Because the titanium alloy chips were much harder under the water-mist-cooling process, the cutting torque under this process became larger with an increase in tool flank wear compared to that under the dry process.
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