JPH06143038A - Wire electrode for electric discharge machining - Google Patents

Wire electrode for electric discharge machining

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JPH06143038A
JPH06143038A JP29128292A JP29128292A JPH06143038A JP H06143038 A JPH06143038 A JP H06143038A JP 29128292 A JP29128292 A JP 29128292A JP 29128292 A JP29128292 A JP 29128292A JP H06143038 A JPH06143038 A JP H06143038A
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wire electrode
wire
electric discharge
twisting
section
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Toshio Hirokawa
利雄 広川
Yoshiaki Nakabayashi
美明 中林
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Mitsubishi Electric Corp
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Abstract

PURPOSE:To exhaust a molten metal generated by a discharge easily, and to improve the processing speed, in a wire electrode for wire electric discharge machining. CONSTITUTION:A wire with a poligonal section such as a square wire is twisted to form into a wire electrode 1. In such a wire electrode 1, recesses 1c are formed to the parts corresponding to the sides of the square in the raw material condition in the screw form grooves by the twisting. A molten metal generated by the discharge is accumulated to the recesses 1c, and it is exhausted to the outer side following the feeding of the wire electrode 1. Furthermore, this wire electrode 1 is opposed to a work in the running condition as a circular electrode, and an accurate discharge machining can be carried out.

Description

【発明の詳細な説明】Detailed Description of the Invention

【0001】[0001]

【産業上の利用分野】この発明は、特にワイヤカット放
電加工機の加工電極として用いられる放電加工用ワイヤ
電極に関するものである。
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to an electric discharge machining wire electrode used as a machining electrode for a wire cut electric discharge machine.

【0002】[0002]

【従来の技術】図8は放電加工機に用いられる従来のワ
イヤ電極の形状を示す外形図であり、図9はその断面図
である。また、図10はワイヤ放電加工の加工原理を示
す図である。これらの図において、11は加工電極とな
るワイヤ電極で、断面円形の細長い丸線形状となってい
る。12はこのワイヤ電極11を取り囲む被加工物で、
ワイヤ電極11の長手方向をZ軸とした時にX,Y軸方
向に送られる。13はこの被加工物12とワイヤ電極1
1との間に配されるイオン交換水である。
2. Description of the Related Art FIG. 8 is an external view showing the shape of a conventional wire electrode used in an electric discharge machine, and FIG. 9 is a sectional view thereof. Further, FIG. 10 is a diagram showing a machining principle of wire electric discharge machining. In these figures, 11 is a wire electrode which is a processing electrode, and has an elongated round wire shape having a circular cross section. 12 is a work piece surrounding the wire electrode 11,
When the longitudinal direction of the wire electrode 11 is the Z axis, it is sent in the X and Y axis directions. Reference numeral 13 is the workpiece 12 and the wire electrode 1
It is ion-exchanged water that is placed between 1 and 1.

【0003】上記ワイヤ電極11は円柱状となってお
り、放電加工を行う時にはこのワイヤ電極11をZ軸方
向から被加工物12に近付け、該ワイヤ電極11を包み
込むように絶縁抵抗の大きなイオン交換水13を流し続
ける。そして、ワイヤ電極11と被加工物12との間に
電圧をかけ、イオン交換水13を媒体として放電を行わ
せる。
The wire electrode 11 has a columnar shape. When performing electric discharge machining, the wire electrode 11 is brought closer to the workpiece 12 from the Z-axis direction, and the wire electrode 11 is surrounded by ion exchange having a large insulation resistance. Continue running water 13. Then, a voltage is applied between the wire electrode 11 and the workpiece 12, and the ion-exchanged water 13 is used as a medium to cause discharge.

【0004】上記放電は、ワイヤ電極11と被加工物1
2の間の最短距離を通るアーク柱となり、その熱エネル
ギーによってワイヤ電極11と被加工物12の両表面が
局部的に溶融状態にまで熱せられる。同時に、そのワイ
ヤ電極11の周辺のイオン交換水13も急激に熱せられ
て気化状態となり、急膨張して局部的な爆発状態とな
る。
The above-mentioned discharge is caused by the wire electrode 11 and the workpiece 1.
The arc column passes through the shortest distance between the two, and the heat energy locally heats both surfaces of the wire electrode 11 and the workpiece 12 to a molten state. At the same time, the ion-exchanged water 13 around the wire electrode 11 is rapidly heated to be in a vaporized state, and is rapidly expanded to be in a locally explosive state.

【0005】そして、この爆発の圧力により上記溶融状
態の金属は吹き飛ばされ、細かい金属粒子となり、イオ
ン交換水13とともに持ち去られる。その後被加工物1
2とワイヤ電極11の両表面はイオン交換水13により
冷却され、あとには凹みが残る。
The pressure of this explosion blows off the molten metal to form fine metal particles, which are carried away together with the ion-exchanged water 13. Then the work piece 1
Both surfaces of the wire electrode 2 and the wire electrode 11 are cooled by the ion-exchanged water 13, leaving a recess.

【0006】このような放電と金属除去とが非常に速く
高頻度で繰り返し行われることにより、被加工物12の
表面には徐々に大きな凹みが拡大する。そして、この拡
大速度に合わせてワイヤ電極11を送り込むことによ
り、ワイヤ電極11の形状に沿った溝が形成され、所望
の放電加工を行うことができる。
[0006] By repeating such electric discharge and metal removal very rapidly and frequently, a large dent is gradually enlarged on the surface of the workpiece 12. Then, by feeding the wire electrode 11 according to the expansion speed, a groove is formed along the shape of the wire electrode 11, and desired electric discharge machining can be performed.

【0007】[0007]

【発明が解決しようとする課題】従来の放電加工用ワイ
ヤ電極は上記のように円柱状の表面形状を有しており、
放電によって生じた溶融金属は水の爆発圧力により外部
へ放出されるが、被加工物との間隙は通常10〜30ミ
クロン程度でしかも被加工物の厚さは通常10〜250
mmあり、この被加工物との間の細い穴を通して水によっ
てのみ金属粒を排出するようになっている。このため、
放電加工中金属粒が被加工物との間の放電間隙を狭め、
短絡が発生し、加工速度が制限されるという問題点があ
った。
The conventional wire electrode for electric discharge machining has a cylindrical surface shape as described above,
The molten metal generated by the electric discharge is released to the outside by the explosive pressure of water, but the gap between the work piece and the work piece is usually about 10 to 30 μm, and the work piece thickness is usually 10 to 250 μm.
mm, and the metal particles are discharged only by water through a thin hole between the workpiece and the workpiece. For this reason,
During electrical discharge machining, metal particles narrow the electrical discharge gap between the workpiece and
There is a problem that a short circuit occurs and the processing speed is limited.

【0008】この発明は、上記のような問題点を解消す
るためになされたもので、放電によって生じた溶融金属
を容易に排出でき、加工速度が向上した放電加工用ワイ
ヤ電極を得ることを目的としている。
The present invention has been made in order to solve the above problems, and an object thereof is to obtain a wire electrode for electric discharge machining in which molten metal generated by electric discharge can be easily discharged and a machining speed is improved. I am trying.

【0009】[0009]

【課題を解決するための手段】この発明に係る放電加工
用ワイヤ電極は、次のように構成したものである。
The electric discharge machining wire electrode according to the present invention is constructed as follows.

【0010】(1)放電加工機に用いられるワイヤ電極
であって、断面多角形の金属製の角線を捻回して形成し
た。
(1) A wire electrode used in an electric discharge machine, which is formed by twisting a metal square wire having a polygonal cross section.

【0011】(2)放電加工機に用いられるワイヤ電極
であって、断面多角形の金属製の角線を複数本結束し、
これを捻回して形成した。
(2) A wire electrode used in an electric discharge machine, in which a plurality of metal rectangular wires having a polygonal cross section are bundled together,
This was twisted and formed.

【0012】(3)放電加工機に用いられるワイヤ電極
であって、断面円形の金属製の丸線の表面に軸方向に連
続した一本または複数本の溝を設け、これを捻回して形
成した。
(3) A wire electrode used in an electric discharge machine, in which one or a plurality of grooves continuous in the axial direction are provided on the surface of a metal round wire having a circular cross section, and the groove is formed by twisting the groove. did.

【0013】(4)放電加工機に用いられるワイヤ電極
であって、断面円形の金属製の丸線を複数本結束し、こ
れを捻回して形成した。
(4) A wire electrode used in an electric discharge machine, which is formed by binding a plurality of metal round wires having a circular cross section and twisting the wires.

【0014】(5)放電加工機に用いられるワイヤ電極
であって、断面円形の金属製の丸線の表面に軸方向に連
続した一本または複数本の溝を設け、これを複数本結束
し、更に捻回して形成した。
(5) A wire electrode used in an electric discharge machine, in which one or more grooves continuous in the axial direction are provided on the surface of a round metal wire having a circular cross section, and a plurality of these are bound together. , Was further twisted and formed.

【0015】[0015]

【作用】この発明の放電加工用ワイヤ電極においては、
断面多角形の角線または断面円形の丸線を捻回して形成
しているので、放電により溶融した金属粒の逃げ道とな
る凹部が与えられ、放電間隔が狭められることはない。
In the electric discharge machining wire electrode of the present invention,
Since it is formed by twisting a polygonal cross-section polygonal line or a circular cross-section round line, a recess is provided as an escape route for the metal particles melted by the discharge, and the discharge interval is not narrowed.

【0016】[0016]

【実施例】【Example】

実施例1.図1はこの発明の第1実施例による放電加工
用ワイヤ電極を示す外形図であり、図2はその断面図で
ある。図1及び図2において、1はワイヤチップ放電加
工の加工電極となるワイヤ電極で、断面多角形(ここで
は方形)の金属(合金を含む)製の角線を捻回して(捩
って)形成してある。1a,1bはその角線の角部及び
面部、1cは捻回によって生じた凹部で、捻回後の包絡
線の径は捻回前の角線の対角寸法と同一である。
Example 1. 1 is an external view showing a wire electrode for electric discharge machining according to a first embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 2 is a sectional view thereof. In FIGS. 1 and 2, reference numeral 1 denotes a wire electrode which is a machining electrode for wire chip electric discharge machining, and twists (twists) a square wire made of a metal (including an alloy) having a polygonal cross section (here, a square). Has been formed. Reference numerals 1a and 1b denote corners and surface portions of the square wire, and 1c denotes a concave portion generated by twisting, and the diameter of the envelope after twisting is the same as the diagonal dimension of the square wire before twisting.

【0017】上記のように構成されたワイヤ電極1は、
全体として軸方向に走行するため、あたかも丸線である
かの如く外径形状が円形をなし、図10の被加工物12
内に加工される溝寸法は一定値を維持することができる
とともに、ワイヤ電極1の表面に上記の凹部1cが設け
られているため、放電によって生じた溶融金属粒をその
凹部1cにかかえ込んだまま送り出すことができる。
The wire electrode 1 constructed as described above is
Since it travels in the axial direction as a whole, the outer diameter shape is circular as if it were a round wire, and the workpiece 12 in FIG.
The groove dimension machined therein can maintain a constant value, and since the recess 1c is provided on the surface of the wire electrode 1, the molten metal particles generated by the discharge are held in the recess 1c. You can send it as it is.

【0018】すなわち、非円形断面の線を捻回すること
により、放電により溶融した金属粒を放電間隙を狭める
ことなく保持可能な切粉逃げ道となる凹部1cが得られ
るとともに、ワイヤ電極1は走行するので、捻回後のワ
イヤ電極1の外形は円形と考えて良い。このように、均
一な放電間隙を与えつつ溶融金属粒の排出を行う動作が
捻回という簡単な手段で達成でき、加工速度が向上した
ものとなる。
That is, by twisting a wire having a non-circular cross section, a recess 1c is obtained which serves as a chip escape path capable of holding metal particles melted by discharge without narrowing the discharge gap, and the wire electrode 1 runs. Therefore, the outer shape of the wire electrode 1 after twisting may be considered to be circular. In this way, the operation of discharging the molten metal particles while providing a uniform discharge gap can be achieved by a simple means of twisting, and the processing speed is improved.

【0019】また、上記のワイヤ電極1を使用して放電
加工を行うと放電によって発生した溶融金属は、イオン
交換水13の爆発によって放電飛散された時、イオン交
換水13によって流出させられる以外に、ワイヤ電極1
の表面の凹部1cに保持されつつ、ワイヤ電極1ととも
に被加工物12の外側へ送り出される。このため、放電
間隙の均一化と安定化が計られ、短絡発生が減少し、加
工速度が上げられる。
When electric discharge machining is performed using the wire electrode 1, the molten metal generated by the electric discharge is discharged by the ion exchanged water 13 when the electric discharge is scattered by the explosion of the ion exchanged water 13. , Wire electrode 1
While being held in the concave portion 1c on the surface of the wire, the wire electrode 1 and the wire electrode 1 are sent to the outside of the workpiece 12. Therefore, the discharge gap is made uniform and stable, the occurrence of short circuit is reduced, and the processing speed is increased.

【0020】実施例2.図3はこの発明の第2実施例を
示す外形図であり、図4はその断面図である。この実施
例のワイヤ電極2は、断面多角形(方形)の素角線3,
4,5を複数本(ここでは三本)結束し、これを捻回し
て形成してある。図中、2a,2bは角線の角部及び面
部、2cは捻回によって生じた凹部である。
Example 2. 3 is an external view showing a second embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 4 is a sectional view thereof. The wire electrode 2 of this embodiment has a polygonal (square) cross section element wire 3.
A plurality of (four in this case) four and five are bound together and twisted to form. In the figure, 2a and 2b are corner portions and surface portions of the square wire, and 2c is a concave portion generated by twisting.

【0021】上記のように構成されたワイヤ電極2は、
上述の実施例と同様捻回されているため、捻回前の素角
線3,4,5の断面の対角寸法と対辺寸法または最大径
と最小径の差の半分の値を持つ凹部2cが捻回後、捻回
ピッチ毎に連続してネジ溝状にワイヤ電極2の表面に形
成される。同時に、捻回しているため、対角部や最大径
部はワイヤ電極2の周囲に均一に分布配置されており、
放電間隙はこのワイヤ電極2が被加工物を厚さ方向に送
り込んだ時に捩られたり回転しても平均的に常に一定に
保たれる。したがって、良好なワイヤ放電加工を行うこ
とができるとともに、加工速度も向上する。
The wire electrode 2 constructed as described above is
Since it is twisted in the same manner as in the above-described embodiment, the concave portion 2c having a half value of the diagonal dimension and the opposite side dimension or the difference between the maximum diameter and the minimum diameter of the cross section of the element wires 3, 4, and 5 before the twist. After twisting, the wire electrodes 2 are continuously formed at the twisting pitch on the surface of the wire electrode 2. At the same time, since it is twisted, the diagonal part and the maximum diameter part are evenly distributed around the wire electrode 2.
The discharge gap is always kept constant on average even if the wire electrode 2 is twisted or rotated when the workpiece is fed in the thickness direction. Therefore, good wire electric discharge machining can be performed, and the machining speed is also improved.

【0022】実施例3.図5はこの発明の第3実施例を
示す断面図である。この実施例のワイヤ電極6は、断面
六角形の角線を捻回して形成したものであり、6a,6
bはそれぞれ角線の角部及び面部を示す。
Example 3. FIG. 5 is a sectional view showing a third embodiment of the present invention. The wire electrode 6 of this embodiment is formed by twisting a square wire having a hexagonal cross section,
b shows the corner | angular part and surface part of a square line, respectively.

【0023】このような構成であっても、捻回により凹
部が形成されるので、この凹部を通して溶融金属粒を外
部に搬出することができ、簡単な構成で前述の各実施例
と同様の作用効果が得られる。
Even with such a structure, since the concave portion is formed by twisting, the molten metal particles can be carried out through the concave portion, and the same operation as that of each of the above-described embodiments can be achieved with a simple structure. The effect is obtained.

【0024】実施例4.図6はこの発明の第4実施例を
示す断面図である。この実施例のワイヤ電極7は、断面
菊花形状の丸線を捻回して形成したものであり、断面円
形の丸線の表面に軸方向に連続した複数本の溝7bを設
け、これを捻回したものとなっている。7aは溝7b間
の凸部である。
Example 4. FIG. 6 is a sectional view showing a fourth embodiment of the present invention. The wire electrode 7 of this embodiment is formed by twisting a round wire having a chrysanthemum cross section, and a plurality of axially continuous grooves 7b are provided on the surface of the round wire having a circular cross section, and the groove 7b is twisted. It has been done. 7a is a convex portion between the grooves 7b.

【0025】上記のワイヤ電極7においては、捻回によ
り溝7bを中心に凹部が形成され、これにより溶融金属
が容易に排出され、加工速度を向上させることができ
る。
In the wire electrode 7 described above, a recess is formed around the groove 7b by twisting, whereby the molten metal can be easily discharged and the processing speed can be improved.

【0026】実施例5.図7はこの発明の第5実施例を
示す断面図である。この実施例のワイヤ電極8は、断面
円形の丸線を複数本(ここでは三本)結束し、これを捻
回して形成したものである。
Example 5. FIG. 7 is a sectional view showing a fifth embodiment of the present invention. The wire electrode 8 of this embodiment is formed by binding a plurality of round wires (here, three) having a circular cross section and twisting the wires.

【0027】このような構成としても、放電によって生
じた溶融金属粒の逃げ道となる凹部が形成されるので、
上述の各実施例と同様の作用効果を得ることができる。
なお、この場合でも図6の実施例にように、各丸線の表
面に軸方向に連続した溝を設けても良く、より溶融金属
粒の排出を促進させることができる。
Even with such a structure, since the concave portion serving as an escape route for the molten metal particles generated by the discharge is formed,
It is possible to obtain the same effect as that of each of the above-described embodiments.
Even in this case, as in the embodiment of FIG. 6, grooves may be provided on the surface of each round wire so as to be continuous in the axial direction, and the discharge of the molten metal particles can be further promoted.

【0028】[0028]

【発明の効果】以上のように、この発明によれば、断面
多角形の角線または断面円形の丸線を一本あるいは複数
本捻回して形成したため、簡単な構成で、放電により溶
融した金属粒の逃げ道となる凹部が形成され、溶融金属
を容易に排出でき、放電間隔が狭められることなく、加
工速度が向上するという効果が得られる。
As described above, according to the present invention, one or a plurality of polygonal cross-section polygonal lines or circular cross-section circular lines are twisted to form a metal melted by electric discharge with a simple structure. Since the recesses serving as escape paths for the grains are formed, the molten metal can be easily discharged, the discharge interval is not narrowed, and the processing speed is improved.

【図面の簡単な説明】[Brief description of drawings]

【図1】この発明の第1実施例を示す外形図である。FIG. 1 is an outline view showing a first embodiment of the present invention.

【図2】図1のワイヤ電極の断面図である。2 is a cross-sectional view of the wire electrode of FIG.

【図3】この発明の第2実施例を示す外形図である。FIG. 3 is an external view showing a second embodiment of the present invention.

【図4】図1のワイヤ電極の断面図である。4 is a cross-sectional view of the wire electrode of FIG.

【図5】この発明の第3実施例を示す断面図である。FIG. 5 is a sectional view showing a third embodiment of the present invention.

【図6】この発明の第4実施例を示す断面図である。FIG. 6 is a sectional view showing a fourth embodiment of the present invention.

【図7】この発明の第5実施例を示す断面図である。FIG. 7 is a sectional view showing a fifth embodiment of the present invention.

【図8】従来例を示す外形図である。FIG. 8 is an external view showing a conventional example.

【図9】図8のワイヤ電極の断面図である。9 is a cross-sectional view of the wire electrode of FIG.

【図10】ワイヤ放電加工の加工原理を示す説明図であ
る。
FIG. 10 is an explanatory diagram showing a processing principle of wire electric discharge machining.

【符号の説明】[Explanation of symbols]

1 ワイヤ電極 2 ワイヤ電極 3 素角線 4 素角線 5 素角線 6 ワイヤ電極 7 ワイヤ電極 7b 溝 8 ワイヤ電極 1 Wire Electrode 2 Wire Electrode 3 Elemental Wire 4 Elemental Wire 5 Elemental Wire 6 Wire Electrode 7 Wire Electrode 7b Groove 8 Wire Electrode

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【手続補正書】[Procedure amendment]

【提出日】平成5年2月17日[Submission date] February 17, 1993

【手続補正1】[Procedure Amendment 1]

【補正対象書類名】明細書[Document name to be amended] Statement

【補正対象項目名】0016[Correction target item name] 0016

【補正方法】変更[Correction method] Change

【補正内容】[Correction content]

【0016】[0016]

【実施例】 実施例1.図1はこの発明の第1実施例による放電加工
用ワイヤ電極を示す外形図であり、図2はその断面図で
ある。図1及び図2において、1はワイヤカット放電加
工の加工電極となるワイヤ電極で、断面多角形(ここで
は方形)の金属(合金を含む)製の角線を捻回して(捩
って)形成してある。1a,1bはその角線の角部及び
面部、1cは捻回によって生じた凹部で、捻回後の包絡
線の径は捻回前の角線の対角寸法と同一である。
EXAMPLES Example 1. 1 is an external view showing a wire electrode for electric discharge machining according to a first embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 2 is a sectional view thereof. In FIGS. 1 and 2, reference numeral 1 denotes a wire electrode which is a machining electrode for wire- cut electric discharge machining, and twists (twists) a square wire made of a metal (including an alloy) having a polygonal cross section (here, a square). Has been formed. Reference numerals 1a and 1b denote corners and surface portions of the square wire, and 1c denotes a concave portion generated by twisting, and the diameter of the envelope after twisting is the same as the diagonal dimension of the square wire before twisting.

Claims (5)

【特許請求の範囲】[Claims] 【請求項1】 放電加工機に用いられるワイヤ電極であ
って、断面多角形の金属製の角線を捻回して形成したこ
とを特徴とする放電加工用ワイヤ電極。
1. A wire electrode used in an electric discharge machine, wherein the wire electrode is formed by twisting a square metal wire having a polygonal cross section.
【請求項2】 放電加工機に用いられるワイヤ電極であ
って、断面多角形の金属製の角線を複数本結束し、これ
を捻回して形成したことを特徴とする放電加工用ワイヤ
電極。
2. A wire electrode for use in an electric discharge machine, comprising a plurality of metal rectangular wires having a polygonal cross section bound together and twisted to form a wire electrode.
【請求項3】 放電加工機に用いられるワイヤ電極であ
って、断面円形の金属製の丸線の表面に軸方向に連続し
た一本または複数本の溝を設け、これを捻回して形成し
たことを特徴とする放電加工用ワイヤ電極。
3. A wire electrode used in an electric discharge machine, wherein one or more grooves continuous in the axial direction are provided on the surface of a metal round wire having a circular cross section, and the groove is formed by twisting the groove. A wire electrode for electric discharge machining characterized in that
【請求項4】 放電加工機に用いられるワイヤ電極であ
って、断面円形の金属製の丸線を複数本結束し、これを
捻回して形成したことを特徴とする放電加工用ワイヤ電
極。
4. A wire electrode for use in an electric discharge machine, comprising a plurality of metal round wires having a circular cross section bound together and twisted to form the wire electrode.
【請求項5】 放電加工機に用いられるワイヤ電極であ
って、断面円形の金属製の丸線の表面に軸方向に連続し
た一本または複数本の溝を設け、これを複数本結束し、
更に捻回して形成したことを特徴とする放電加工用ワイ
ヤ電極。
5. A wire electrode used in an electric discharge machine, wherein one or a plurality of grooves continuous in the axial direction are provided on the surface of a round wire made of a metal having a circular cross section, and a plurality of these are bound together.
A wire electrode for electric discharge machining, which is formed by further twisting.
JP29128292A 1992-10-29 1992-10-29 Wire electrode for electric discharge machining Pending JPH06143038A (en)

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