Initial analysis of cost, energy and carbon dioxide emissions in single point incremental forming - producing an aluminium hat
In this paper, an initial analysis of cost, energy and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions that occur in producing a unique aluminium hat using single point incremental forming (SPIF) for two scenarios is performed. The aluminium hat was custom designed and made from Al-3003 O and is formed using a custom steel alloy SPIF tool and vertical computer numeric control (CNC) mill. The second scenario (S2) involved doubling the feed rate and step down increment of the first scenario (S1), as well as using...[Show more]
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