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Evaluation the properties of the cutting edge in fusion and flame cutting by solid state lasers
Dočekal, Miroslav ; Berka, Roman (referee) ; Mrňa, Libor (advisor)
The thesis compares oxidation and fusion laser cutting methods in the production of sheet components called Trager consoles. Individual methods of laser cutting are compared in terms of achieved quality and properties of cutting areas. Consequently, the effect of these properties on consecutive technological operations, which are mainly threading and pressing the nuts into components, are evaluated. In the experimental part of the thesis the roughness of cut surfaces was measured and the cuts were classified into quality classes according to the ČSN EN ISO 9013 standard. Metallographic samples were taken in order to measure hardness and determine its course in the direction from the cutting edge into the material. The metallographic samples were further used for capturing detailed images on the microscope and assessing the quality of nuts pressing. Afterwards, the cut moments affecting taps were measured in order to verify the impact of cutting edge properties on threading. These measurements provided sufficient data for comparing the influence of cutting edge properties in individual methods of laser cutting on consecutive operations. Finally, individual methods were compared in terms of production costs. According to all the data and the conclusions reached, fusion method was identified as the most suitable method of laser cutting for components manufacturing.
Measurement of roughness of the laser cutting edge by Yb-YAG laser
Dočekal, Miroslav ; Hála, Michal (referee) ; Mrňa, Libor (advisor)
The project carried out in the bachelor's degree program B - STG (“Mechanical Engineering Technology”, 2303R002), evaluates the roughness of the cutting edges of steel plates cut by laser according to the ČSN EN ISO 9013 standard. The test samples were cut by Yb - YAG laser. In total, 11 samples were measured. The samples represent three kinds of material and were cut by two ways of laser cutting; the fusion method and the oxidation method. The samples of stainless steel X10CrNi18-8 were cut by the fusion method and the remaining samples of the DC 01 steel and S235 JRG steel were cut by the oxidation method. The samples were evaluated according to the ČSN EN ISO 9013 standard. The standard evaluates the quality of cut in thermal cutting and classifies individual cuts into accuracy classes. The samples of stainless steel fall into the first and second classes of accuracy. The samples of structural steel all fall into the second class of accuracy. This classification is the outcome of the practical part of the project. The theoretical part deals with the basic principle of laser, its parts, the industrial use of lasers and the lasers most commonly used in industry. It focuses particularly on laser cutting and the parameters which affect the quality of the cut in laser cutting. The measuring of roughness and the ČSN EN ISO 9013 standard are also described.

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