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Knife handle material and knife handle technology application

knife handle material

antler (STAG): originally from wild stag, it presents a slight baking color after being roasted by fire. It is a very elegant portable small folding knife material

bone: natural animal bones usually have special texture after selection and processing, and can be dyed with various bright colors, such as green, blue and black. It is one of the most common materials for carrying small folding knife handle

g - 10: laminated plastic board originally from glass fiber. It is made of glass fiber with low sampling rate, which is soaked in resin and then compressed and baked. The texture is light, solid and hard, and the structural texture is carefully printed plaid. Due to its light texture and wrinkled surface structure, G-10 is the most ideal material for making exquisite small folding knives

bakelite (Micarta): linen glued mica paperboard is the most common type, and its structure is similar to G-10. The flax fiber layer is also soaked in resin. It is light, strong and durable, and it is very classy. It is more beautiful and fashionable than the G-10. Linen glued mica paperboard has no structural texture, and the hand drying is very smooth and soft. Products made of this material need very exquisite and delicate craftsmanship, so she is often used to make expensive knives. Bakelite is relatively soft, so it may not be scratched when used

carbon fiber (carbonfiber): it is tightly woven by countless strands of carbon fiber through resin weave, which is very futuristic and refreshing. Among all the light handle composites, carbon fiber is the most solid and excellent. The direct visual attraction of this material is the reflective nature of carbon wire, which makes its internal texture clearly visible. In addition, carbon fiber is also a kind of Seiko material, and the knife made of it is quite expensive

self supporting (Zytel): a thermoplastic material pioneered by DuPont. Among all synthetic materials, the cost is the cheapest, and all are most widely used in the manufacture of knives. She will not crack, impact resistant and abrasion resistant

Zytel has a slight structural texture, but tool companies usually carve additional patterns when using it. The more aggressive outer synthetic fiber becomes the standard material of European electric vehicles, and the visual texture makes its slight structural texture shine

titanium alloy: a light alloy without rust, which has the most corrosion resistance in metal materials. The most commonly used titanium alloy is 64l/4V: Aluminum 6%, vanadium 4%, pure titanium 90%. She has an "irresistible temptation", and the surface can be anodized or pearlescent. In addition to the handle, titanium alloy can also be used as the lining material in the locking pad lining knife, which is really the "elastic" metal in the tool industry

aluminum alloy: like titanium alloy, aluminum is also a kind of stainless metal. It is often used as a handle, giving people a sense of hardness but not too heavy. The most commonly used aluminum alloy material is t66061, which can be heat treated. The most common method of surface treatment of aluminum alloy is anodic plating

anodization: an electrochemical treatment that adds color to metal, which is especially helpful for color treatment. With the change of applied voltage, the color can change accordingly: the color is darker at high voltage and lighter at low voltage

beadblasting: the surface treatment of steel, aluminum, titanium and other metals, which is commonly used for the treatment of smart small folding knives and fixed blade knives, can provide 100% light color soft surface

application of tool handle technology

application skills in mechanical product design torque motor technology application on machine tools disk parts 2 NC lathe machining programming source program Inner Mongolia Yiji first hollow sucker rod what is the equipment manufacturing industry different PVD coating diagram high-speed milling and precision EDM in mold manufacturing improve machining efficiency: reduce machining procedures and compound machining gear chain transmission design calculation results automatically Structure principle and maintenance of the tool changing device small Knowledge Q & A of the stepping motor parameter setting and fault detection and judgment of the CNC system to obtain the correct balance design engineer has a thankless job. They spend endless efforts to restrict tolerances and improve accuracy to fight against failure and downtime. They have been improving the design accuracy to about 1 micron for years. They are perfect watchers. But when the cutting tools are not properly balanced, their thoroughness and close attention to details cause waste. Machining with unbalanced tools

getting the right balance design engineer has a thankless job. They spend endless efforts to restrict tolerances and improve accuracy to fight against failure and downtime. They have been improving the design accuracy to about 1 micron for years. They are perfect watchers. But when the cutting tools are not properly balanced, their thoroughness and close attention to details cause waste. Using unbalanced cutting tools to process parts is similar to shooting your own feet. The tool will wear normally after performing the design task. However, the tool designed to perform that task is assumed to be well balanced. If you use an unbalanced tool to do this job, you are introducing new wear levels, not only for the tool and spindle, but also for the parts to be executed

imbalance can have several effects: it can introduce additional vibration of the spindle and its components, it will wear the tool irregularly, it can reduce the service life of the tool and reduce the quality of the finished product. Correct the imbalance. Correctly balanced tools can significantly reduce noise and vibration, which increases tool life and better part accuracy consistency. The centrifugal force amplifies the vibration caused by the imbalance in proportion to the square of the velocity. The resulting increase in vibration minimizes the life of bearings, bearing shells, shafts, spindles, and gears. In addition, if you don't balance the tools, you will run the risk of invalidation of the spindle manufacturer's warranty. Many quality assurance specifically point out that the quality assurance is only effective when there is sufficient evidence that the tools used on the machine tool are correctly balanced. In this respect, tool balancing can lead to huge savings. Before balancing the tool, you need to measure the magnitude of the unbalance and the angular position of each selected correction plane

these variables are measured on two general types of balancing machines: non rotating or gravity machines are used to measure single plane (static) imbalance, while rotating or centrifuge machines are used to measure single plane and/or two plane (dynamic) imbalance. After measuring the size and angle of the unbalance in the correct plane, you can correct it by adding or removing material from the workpiece. For components that are not cutting tools, the most widely used method of material addition is to weld counterweights on the components. For components with slight imbalance, other methods include adding solder to the component body or increasing weight in pre drilling. For cutting tools, when you determine that the imbalance must be removed in order to obtain the correct balance, the easiest and most effective method is drilling. This is a fast adjustment, and the amount of material removal can be accurately controlled. Another option is milling, which is the most effective for balancing thin-walled tools or forcing shallow cutting

theoretically, the balance between the central bank's RRR reduction and the United States can be achieved when balancing the cutting tools. In practical applications, due to cost considerations and tool constraints, the perfect balance can only be achieved when you are very lucky. Therefore, the accuracy level must be set to allow a certain amount of residual imbalance to control harmful effects at an acceptable level. The accuracy given in iso1940 usually produces satisfactory results, but make sure that the standard you implement is suitable for the tool to be balanced. For example, machine tools will obviously use different values than rigid loaded propellers. Tool selection and maintenance of tool balance is not just measuring the amount of imbalance and adding or removing weight

tool selection is very important. Short and light-weight tools are easy to balance to good accuracy, while large and heavy tools are much more difficult and tend to produce great vibration. You can also save time and cut costs by selecting the tool handle that has been pre balanced or pre processed to the minimum imbalance. Further, you can reduce the quantity that must be balanced through routine maintenance and careful handling. Any surface damage to the handle will affect the balance and concentricity

when the rotation speed climbs, the influence of the tool handle defect is amplified. If your instrument measures the negligible force at 1000 revolutions per minute, the force increases 100 times when the speed is 10000 revolutions per minute, and 400 times when the speed is 20000 revolutions per minute. Excellent concentricity is also more important under the high-speed spindle, because if the tool does not rotate on the spindle centerline, it becomes the primary factor of additional imbalance. However, the influence of unbalanced tool handle is also obvious at low speed. A small imbalance can cause high force to damage the spindle bearing of your machining center, and the continuous large radial force will lead to early failure of the bearing and expensive machine tool maintenance costs. Also, keep in mind that any adjustment (installing or removing the tool assembly, tightening the nut, or any slight twisting or remelting) requires a certain degree of balance. Even if the balance of the interference tool is only a few grams x mm, this imbalance is converted into an increase in vibration, resulting in accelerated tool wear, deterioration of surface finish and decline of part shape and position accuracy (such as the loss of roundness or straightness during boring)

proper accuracy = better flatness. This is to loosen the oil return valve balance. In addition to the correct maintenance and handling of high-quality tool handles, it is important for the tool assemblies to be correctly installed on the machine tool spindle. In order to obtain a firm and stable connection, the tool handle should match the spindle taper hole as accurately as possible. The difference between good and poor fitting of knife handles is particularly obvious at high speeds. You may have the best balanced tool in the world, but if it is not connected to the spindle correctly, you are asking for trouble. When you think that many machining centers sold today are equipped with spindles with a maximum speed of 10000 revolutions or more, you have to infer that the quality of the tool handle must be at the same level as the performance of the spindle. They must be firm, centered, properly balanced, and free from surface damage and pollution. If this is not the case, vibration must occur, which will produce chatter and reduce tool life and surface finish. It is correct that not all tools need to be balanced, especially when the processing process leads to increased costs and additional steps. Whether to do tool balancing depends on the specific situation

the balancing effect is the most prominent at high speed, but balancing the tool at any speed produces better shape and position accuracy, improves surface finish and extends tool life. Balanced cutters produce the best parts. Although it requires some extra time and care, proper balancing will prolong the life of your cutters and spindles and increase the available time, and produce accurate and high-quality parts for customers

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