AcousTech™ Machining, developed and patented by EWI, is at the cutting-edge of advanced ultrasonics machining. By applying high-power ultrasonic vibrations to traditional machining processes (e.g., drilling, turning, milling), AcousTech™ improves the performance of conventional machining equipment and tools. The speed and accuracy of machining operations are dramatically increased, and tool life is extended. In addition, AcousTech™ improves the ability to machine hard materials. It is a “green” technology that does not involve slurry abrasives or coolants. Contact EWI’s Matt Short at mshort@ewi.org or 614.688.5000 for more information.

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