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Precision Grinding and Manufacturing uses an atypical means to fixture thin parts that are prone to flexing when conventional workholding clamps are used: adhesive cured by UV light.
A workholding solution that uses adhesive cured by ultraviolet light enables PGM to accurately fixture thin parts such as this magnesium casting without causing them to flex, which can happen when conventional mechanical clamps are used. Here is a typical fixture design that incorporates the photo-activated adhesive workholding (PAAW) system.
The following four photos show the process for fixturing and removing a workpiece using the PAAW system: 1) Add adhesive onto pins and install workpiece. 2) Insert UV light guide into grippers at the three datum hard points and cure adhesive, which typically takes 30 seconds for each gripper. 3) Rotate the table to enable easier access to other grippers and cure adhesive at the remaining locations. 4) After machining, use wrench to turn grippers and break the adhesive bonds between the grippers and workpiece. This long, thin part, which is machined on one of the shop’s pallet-pool HMCs, is secured via conventional mechanical clamps and PAAW grippers. Sometimes, the trickiest aspect of developing an effective machining process is figuring out how best to fixture the part.
Ray Bray says Precision Grinding and Manufacturing (PGM) fought these problems in the past. PGM has a wealth of CNC equipment, including machining centers, turning centers and grinding machines.
The PAAW workholding technology is effective not only for parts that are prone to flexing when conventional mechanical clamps are used, but also for contoured parts and parts that don’t have convenient locations to accommodate clamps.
The photos numbered one through four to the left demonstrate the process for fixturing and removing a magnesium casting that PGM machines on a four-axis VMC using the PAAW system. After machining is completed, a T-handle wrench is used to back off each gripper, twisting the element and shearing the adhesive bond with the workpiece. Grippers are made from hardened, corrosion-resistant stainless steel and have a black oxide finish. PGM has found that the PAAW system can be used in conjunction with conventional clamps, too, as evidenced with the part shown above for the printing industry. Thus far, PGM has used the PAAW system for a couple dozen jobs in materials including aluminum, magnesium and stainless steel. The system will be used to a greater extent for production as well as toolroom work and CMM part inspection as PGM gains more experience with it and experiments with BlueGrip adhesives.

Comments are reviewed by moderators before they appear to ensure they meet Modern Machine Shop’s submission guidelines. Self centering vise is a cost effective and universal workholding method for five sided machining. Due to the volumetric adhesive dispensing nearly every active agent combination of all kinds can be connected with each other. The materials are usually high viscosity thermal or UV curing materials and are dosed onto the PCB using either a thin film or a thick film procedure. At first, a high viscosity barrier, known as the “Dam”, is applied to the surface to be sealed. External environmental factors too, like moisture or corrosion, are thus prevented from having an impact on the potted components. In this case, the isotropic conductive adhesive provides the electrical connection from the microchip to the substrate.
Other fields of application are, for example, bead dosing, sealing, dot dosing, potting and two-component dispensing.
The sealing compound protects the electrical component both in transports and from environmental influences such as vibration, shakes, humidity, dust and extreme temperature.
Wenn du diese Website ohne Anderung der Cookie-Einstellungen verwendest oder auf "Akzeptieren" klickst, erklarst du sich damit einverstanden. This can be especially challenging for castings and other workpieces that are relatively thin, because those parts are prone to flexing when conventional mechanical clamps (and even vacuum chucks in some cases) are used. Instead, the shop uses an advanced, albeit atypical technology that is particularly effective for fixturing flexible parts.
Bray says that while this workholding technique isn’t appropriate for every job that runs through the shop, it has opened opportunities to win work that, in the past, PGM might not have considered bidding on due to the inherent fixturing challenges. Milling represents the bulk of the work performed there today, for which the shop uses VMCs with four- and five-axis capability as well as HMCs with pallet pools.
A few years ago, PGM learned about photo-activated adhesive workholding (PAAW) technology that was developed at Penn State University, which looked to be well-suited for such troublesome parts. Its primary components include a 200-watt UV light source with a light guide, a specially developed workholding adhesive and grippers that act as lenses through which the UV light passes to cure the adhesive and bond the part to the fixture. Bray says the fixture design process using the PAAW system is similar to other more conventional fixtures. With the fixture plate installed on the machine’s rotary table, operator Alan Jedik dabs the top of each pin with a bit of adhesive. The workpiece can then be taken off the fixture and a subsequent cleaning operation using a portable steam cleaning device is used to remove any cured adhesive that remains on the workpiece.
The uncured adhesive, which is non-toxic, is sufficiently viscous that it won’t run off grippers regardless of orientation.
For repeat jobs, PGM will commonly leave the fixtures intact with the grippers still installed and store them for later use. The shop had fixtured this long, relatively skinny part using only mechanical clamps on a tombstone for op. Bray retained the mechanical clamping elements for the middle section of the part, but added two PAAW grippers to either end of the fixture. Todd Hockenberger says it sometimes serves as a selling point for customers that are either having problems with other part vendors or readily recognize how tough their new design will be to fixture. A great deal of importance is placed on dosing precision in the field of smartphone and tablet manufacturing in particular. Then the adjacent area is filled with a filler which provides protection and sealing effect.
This effect is realised by applying a fluid resin matrix, mostly an epoxy resin adhesive, which is then cured.
These applications in particular call for high levels of precision, repeat accuracy and reliability.
Other benefits include an improved electrical insulation, a higher safety against damage as well as a better chemical resistance.

An dieser Stelle konnen Sie auch der Verwendung von Cookies widersprechen und die Browsereinstellungen entsprechend anpassen. In this case, a PAAW gripper is used at each of those datum point locations, and a total of nine grippers (circled) are used to secure this part for machining.
A subsequent steam-cleaning wash might be necessary to remove any cured adhesive remaining on the part, and adhesive might also have to be removed from the tip of the grippers using a metal scale or straightedge.
Operators must take care not to distort such parts while tightening clamps, otherwise the parts will spring back to their natural state once the clamps are removed after machining. Bray is a project engineer for the Rochester, New York, contract shop that specializes in complex, short-run, often repeating work for industries including aerospace, automotive, medical, military, optics, photonics and telecommunications.
In short, this technology uses adhesive to temporarily bond a workpiece to numerous cylindrical grippers installed in a fixture plate.
It has also enabled PGM to improve existing fixtures the shop uses for jobs that regularly repeat.
Business has been good over the years, and PGM has recently completed a 20,000-square-foot facility addition, bringing total floor space to 68,000 square feet. PAAW technology was invented by Professor Edward De Meter, who was awarded two patents covering it. In many cases, the shop will create a fixture plate with three hard datum points for a part to rest upon so its location is known in space. He then installs the casting onto the fixture, which rests on the three hard datum points, and inserts the UV light source’s light guide into each of the three grippers located at those datum points. Adhesive must also be scraped off of the tip of each gripper using a metal scale or straightedge before a subsequent workpiece can be fixtured for machining. Axial holding force depends on gripper size and can range from 250 to 800 pounds when using Blue Photon’s BlueGrip S1 adhesive.
Otherwise, the grippers can be removed and installed in other fixtures created for new jobs. Operators clamp the middle section of the part as they always have, but use the PAAW system to secure the ends of the part so these ends remain in a free state and there’s no chance of causing the part to twist.
The shop has a good chance at winning those types of jobs once the customers understand how the system can be applied to their applications. Vibration can also be an issue for parts like these if they aren’t rigidly fixtured, meaning a quality surface finish might be tough to achieve and cutting parameters might have to be dialed back, extending cycle times. He says PGM has employed a variety of unconventional methods to more effectively secure relatively thin workpieces for machining over the years, going so far as to use clay, lead and sandbags to supplement conventional mechanical clamps in an effort to minimize vibration. Once the adhesive is cured via ultraviolet (UV) light, the workpiece is securely held at a known datum location in an undistorted, free-state condition. In 2012, Professor De Meter and others formed Blue Photon Technology and Workholding Systems LLC (Whitehall, Michigan) to market the technology to industry end users. The latter is most often the case for PGM, because new work continuously flows through the shop. In addition, it can help shorten product design cycles because fixture design is no longer the challenge it once was when mechanical clamps seemingly were the only option. After machining, the adhesive bonds between the grippers and workpiece are easily broken and any excess adhesive is removed from the completed part via a quick, steam-cleaning wash.
However, it was challenging and time-consuming for operators to mechanically secure either end of the part without causing it to twist about its longitudinal axis. The threaded grippers install in the top of the fixture plate and require a through-hole to enable the UV light to pass up and through the gripper to cure the adhesive. Jedik rotates the fixture for easier access to the remaining six grippers and cures the adhesive at each of those points.
Hockenberger says, because PGM tries to get involved as early as possible in each customer’s new product design cycle to offer design for manufacturability (DFM) advice to minimize production time and cost, and get the product to the market faster.

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