IJAT Vol.13 No.6 pp. 775-779
doi: 10.20965/ijat.2019.p0775


New Magnetic Abrasive Finishing for Alumina Ceramic Plane Using Alternating Magnetic Fields

Chaowen Dong and Yanhua Zou

Graduate School of Engineering, Utsunomiya University
7-1-2 Yoto, Utsunomiya, Tochigi 321-8585, Japan

Corresponding author

July 31, 2018
July 16, 2019
November 5, 2019
alumina ceramic, alternating magnetic field, MAF

In this paper, we propose a new plane magnetic abrasive finishing method, applicable to planes, that uses the alternating magnetic fields to solve problems such as the easy deformation and poor recovery of a magnetic brush in conventional magnetic abrasive finishing method. Compared with the magnetic brush used in conventional magnetic abrasive finishing, that in the new method can stably shape a workpiece under an alternating magnetic field. To determine the optimal finishing parameters, we focused on studying the effects of spindle rotational speed, size of diamond particle, and frequency of alternating magnetic field on the finishing surface. Then, according to the obtained optimal finishing parameters, multi-stage finishing experiments were performed with the new method. The results show that surface roughness can be improved from 230 nm Ra to 19 nm Ra in 60 min with the proposed method.

Cite this article as:
C. Dong and Y. Zou, “New Magnetic Abrasive Finishing for Alumina Ceramic Plane Using Alternating Magnetic Fields,” Int. J. Automation Technol., Vol.13 No.6, pp. 775-779, 2019.
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