Hybrid Dry-Ice Blasting Laser Processing: Nd-YAG-Laser-assisted Dry-Ice Blasting for De-Coating

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UHLMANN, Eckart ;HOLLAN, Robert ;EL MERNISSI, Adil .
Hybrid Dry-Ice Blasting Laser Processing: Nd-YAG-Laser-assisted Dry-Ice Blasting for De-Coating. 
Strojniški vestnik - Journal of Mechanical Engineering, [S.l.], v. 52, n.7-8, p. 458-462, august 2017. 
ISSN 0039-2480.
Available at: <https://www.sv-jme.eu/article/hybrid-dry-ice-blasting-laser-processing-nd-yag-laser-assisted-dry-ice-blasting-for-de-coating/>. Date accessed: 17 apr. 2021. 
doi:http://dx.doi.org/.
Uhlmann, E., Hollan, R., & El Mernissi, A.
(2006).
Hybrid Dry-Ice Blasting Laser Processing: Nd-YAG-Laser-assisted Dry-Ice Blasting for De-Coating.
Strojniški vestnik - Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 52(7-8), 458-462.
doi:http://dx.doi.org/
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"Hybrid Dry-Ice Blasting Laser Processing: Nd-YAG-Laser-assisted Dry-Ice Blasting for De-Coating." Strojniški vestnik - Journal of Mechanical Engineering [Online], 52.7-8 (2006): 458-462. Web.  17 Apr. 2021
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Uhlmann, Eckart, Hollan, Robert, AND El Mernissi, Adil.
"Hybrid Dry-Ice Blasting Laser Processing: Nd-YAG-Laser-assisted Dry-Ice Blasting for De-Coating" Strojniški vestnik - Journal of Mechanical Engineering [Online], Volume 52 Number 7-8 (18 August 2017)

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  • Technical University of Berlin, Institute for Machine Tools and Factory Management, Germany
  • Technical University of Berlin, Institute for Machine Tools and Factory Management, Germany
  • Technical University of Berlin, Institute for Machine Tools and Factory Management, Germany

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Strojniški vestnik - Journal of Mechanical Engineering 52(2006)7-8, 458-462

In the case of high-value raw materials or high manufacturing costs, the recycling of products is reasonable because it helps to save money and resources. However, recycling usually makes a cleaning or de-coating process necessary. Normally, these processes are based on conventional cleaning and de-coating methods. Dry-ice blasting and laser processing are two environmentally friendly alternatives that have different advantages over the conventional methods. However, both have technological and economic limitations. The effect of dry-ice blasting is based upon a mechanical, a thermal and a sublimation mechanism that allow a soft de-lamination, cleaning and pre-treatment while the workpiece remains undamaged. Laser processing offers the possibility of a defined removal of the coating/contamination and a treatment of the surface of the workpiece itself. Both technologies do not increase the amount of waste. Strongly adhering or hard contaminations and protective or functional coatings are difficult to remove with dry-ice blasting, while laser processing is unsuitable for removing thick coatings or contaminations. The combination of both technologies offers different strategies for machining. On the one hand the laser can be applied in de-focused mode for heating up the surface of the workpiece, thereby increasing the thermal mechanism of dry-ice blasting. On the other hand a focused laser application makes a defined surface structuring or smoothing possible. In addition, both methods can be applied at the same focal point. In order to measure the area-related cleaning efficiency a PUR-2 component varnish-substrate combination was chosen as a standard among the multitude of materials, coatings and contaminations available. The material removal rate achievable with dry-ice blasting was increased using the hybrid technology by up to 49%. The results show that an individual optimization of the parameters for the application is a pre-condition. Only then is the hybrid technology competitive in relation to conventional cleaning technologies.

dry ice blasting; laser processing; cleaning; de-coating; hybrid systems;