MODERN DEVELOPMENTS RELATED TO THE DIRECTED IMPACT ON THE CUTTING SURFACE OF A DIAMOND ABRASIVE TOOL AND ITS CONTACT ZONE IN THE PROCESSES OF MACHINING (REVIEW)
Keywords:diamond abrasive tool, cutting surface, contact zone, mechanical processing, defects of diamonds, electrophysical influence
This article provides information on modern developments in the direction of directed impact on the cutting surface of a diamond-abrasive tool and its contact zone in machining processes. For the most part, such processing is faced with issues of influence on the cutting surface of diamond tools, including ruling mechanical and electrophysical, taking into account the defectiveness of the diamonds that undergo processing, the directed influence on the surface of such diamonds, thermal and modification of the surface of diamonds. Such developments make it possible to significantly intensify processing processes and increase the efficiency of the diamond abrasive tool. That is why, in this review, the main attention is paid to the presentation of modern developments, known from scientific publications, mainly for the last 5 years, related to the above-mentioned issues.
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