IJAT Vol.12 No.5 pp. 760-766
doi: 10.20965/ijat.2018.p0760

Technical Paper:

Scribing Characteristics of Glass Plate with Ground PCD Scribing Wheel

Yusuke Akiyama*, Mutsumi Okada*, Hirofumi Suzuki*,†, Toshio Fukunishi**, Yoshiyuki Asai**, Noriyuki Ogasawara**, and Kazuma Iizawa**

*Department of Mechanical Engineering, Chubu University
1200 Matsumotocho, Kasugai, Aichi 487-8501, Japan

Corresponding author

**Mitsuboshi Diamond Industrial Co., Ltd., Osaka, Japan

November 1, 2017
June 1, 2018
September 5, 2018
cutting-off, scribing wheel, wafer, cover glass

Polycrystalline diamond (PCD) tools are widely used for cutting tools because PCD has no crystal orientation and is an isotropic material, it is low in cost, and it is easily machined by electric discharge machining. PCD is sintered from diamond abrasives with an alloy metal, such as cobalt, and it is difficult to reduce the surface roughness and the edge accuracy compared with single crystal diamond. In this study, high efficiency and high precision machining of the PCD wheel were investigated. In the experiments, PCD wheels were ground with a diamond wheel, and the effects of the grinding direction and the load on the tool preciseness and the scribing performance were examined.

Cite this article as:
Y. Akiyama, M. Okada, H. Suzuki, T. Fukunishi, Y. Asai, N. Ogasawara, and K. Iizawa, “Scribing Characteristics of Glass Plate with Ground PCD Scribing Wheel,” Int. J. Automation Technol., Vol.12 No.5, pp. 760-766, 2018.
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