IJAT Vol.16 No.2 pp. 126-137
doi: 10.20965/ijat.2022.p0126


Sensor-Integrated Tool for Self-Optimizing Single-Lip Deep Hole Drilling

Robert Wegert*,†, Mohammad Alaa Alhamede*, Vinzenz Guski**, Siegfried Schmauder**, and Hans-Christian Möhring*

*Institute for Machine Tools (IfW), University of Stuttgart
17 Holzgartenstraße, Stuttgart 70174, Germany

Corresponding author

**Institute for Materials Testing, Materials Science and Strength of Materials (IMWF), University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany

July 30, 2021
November 15, 2021
March 5, 2022
deep hole drilling, temperature, vibrations, sensors, microcontroller

Single-lip deep-hole drilling (SLD) is characterized by high surface quality and compressive residual stress in the subsurface of the drill hole. These properties depend significantly on the thermo-mechanical conditions in the machining process. The required subsurface properties can be adjusted in-process via process monitoring and control when the thermo-mechanical conditions are maintained in the optimum range. Herein, a sensor-integrated SLD tool is introduced, which allows the temperatures near the cutting zone to be measured and the vibrations occurring directly at the drill head to be recorded. A microcontroller-based wireless measurement data transmission method is presented.

Cite this article as:
R. Wegert, M. Alhamede, V. Guski, S. Schmauder, and H. Möhring, “Sensor-Integrated Tool for Self-Optimizing Single-Lip Deep Hole Drilling,” Int. J. Automation Technol., Vol.16 No.2, pp. 126-137, 2022.
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