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According to the news reporters, the research concluded: "The experimental and theoretical results verify that (i) diamond tool naturally possesses multimode high frequencies, i.e. one sub-high frequency (SHF) for the tool shank tip, one high frequency (HF) for the tool tip, and one ultrahigh frequency (UHF) for the diamond tip; (ii) dampers cause the variation of tool's multimode high frequencies, under which the MHFTV together produces non-uniform zebra-stripe-like patterns at a machined surface; and (iii) cutting force has a linear relationship with and tool's stiffness has a reverse proportion to the amplitude of the MHFTV to influence surface generation, which can be used to improve surface quality."
For more information on this research see: A theoretical and experimental investigation into multimode tool vibration with surface generation in ultra-precision diamond turning.
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