Volume -II , Issue -I, October 2015

EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF NYLON AS FIXTURE FOR ABRASIVE FLOW MACHINE A cost effective alternative for surface finishing

Author(s) :

Tejas V. Deshmukh , Paras A. Palsatkar and Nagnath U. Kakade

Abstract

Abrasive flow machining is a new and very rarely used method for surface finishing. Convectional fixture used for the AFM has a very limited application. In other words the machining process becomes very limited for a particular type of component, and if not it involve a heavy cost and a lot of time in making the fixture from metal. This paper suggest an alternative for fixture material as nylon which is low in cost and easy to manufacture which can sustain all the condition without hampering the process but still reducing the cost of the overall machining process.

Keywords

Abrasive flow machine, surface finish, jigs, fixture, Nylon.

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How to Cite this Paper? [APA Style]
Tejas V. Deshmukh , Paras A. Palsatkar and Nagnath U. Kakade, (2015), EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF NYLON AS FIXTURE FOR ABRASIVE FLOW MACHINE A cost effective alternative for surface finishing , Industrial Science Journal, http://industrialscience.org/Article.aspx?aid=87&vid=13, (October, 2015)
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