Ultra Precision Technology I
- Organizational Unit:
- Chair of Manufacturing Technology
- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Bergs
Tim Grunwald, M.Sc.
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The course Ultraprezision Technology I first gives an overview of the topic of ultraprecision technology. The history of ultra-precision technology and in particular the use of ultra-precision technology in the field of optics manufacturing is addressed. In the following, a short section explains measurement techniques used in ultra precision technology.
The following blocks are mainly concerned with different processes in ultra-precision technology. Here, machining with defined and undefined cutting edges is presented. In detail, the processes diamond turning, polishing and grinding are covered. In addition to theoretical lecture blocks, the lectures will be followed up by practical exercises. The event will be concluded with an excursion.
General presentation of ultra-precision machining, applications, tools, kinematics
Overview of the measurement technology used in ultra-precision technology
Theoretical principles of ultra-precise machining with undefined cutting edge - grinding and polishing processes
Theoretical basics for ultra-precise machining with defined cutting edge - diamond turning processes
Practical application of ultra-precision technology in optics manufacturing
Presentation of the process chain for replicative production of glass optics and direct production of mirror optics
Presentation of the industrial application of ultra-precision technologies through a visit to a company