1 April 1992 Single-point diamond form-finishing of glasses and other macroscopically brittle materials
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Abstract
Low-damage surface-forms in brittle materials call for both form generation to within sub- micrometer limits and sub-micrometer cut depths. Traditional free abrasive-based finishing techniques incur restrictions in respect of determinism and manufacturing economics. The range of requirements and materials is expanding into volume markets so that alternatives are sought. Single-point investigations reveal a sub-micrometer ductile (plastic) regime not apparent at higher cut-depths or vibration-levels. Recent progress is described and prognoses offered for manufacturing and process economics.
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Anthony E. Gee, Anthony E. Gee, R. C. Spragg, R. C. Spragg, Keith E. Puttick, Keith E. Puttick, M. R. Rudman, M. R. Rudman, } "Single-point diamond form-finishing of glasses and other macroscopically brittle materials", Proc. SPIE 1573, Commercial Applications of Precision Manufacturing at the Sub-Micron Level, (1 April 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.57742; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.57742
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