What is ultrasonic machining?
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Ultrasonic machining is a type of machining process that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce a product with a precise finish and high accuracy. It works by vibrating a tool bit at ultrasonic frequencies in order to remove material from the workpiece in a controlled manner.
This technique can be used for cutting, grinding, drilling, and polishing a variety of materials, including ceramic, glass, hard metals, and composites. Ultrasonic machining offers many advantages, such as less noise, faster speeds, and better control over the material being machined.