Marmara University, Turkey
Ahmet Feyzioglu has completed his PhD in 2012 from Marmara University and Post-doctoral studies from University of Manchester, Institute of Innovation Research. He has been working in the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the Marmara University since 2013.
The manufacturing processes are realized with effective implementation of automation. In this study, optimum revolution and feed rate values for different kinds of metals undergoing spinning manufacturing process are given. Spinning which is a chipless forming process used to produce axisymmetric parts, is one of the difficult manufacturing process to implement automation. If the process is done without any caution, some defects such as wrinkling, tearing or cracking, could be present in the spinning part. These are caused by applying unacceptable feeds and rpms to material and diameter. In order to reduce defects the material needs to be spun using appropriate feed rates and revolution per minutes. These values differ for each alloy of different diameter. There have been methods used to predict the behavior of the material in spinning. One example is in shear spinning surface roughness where required force can be determined by regression analysis. In this paper, scalar values for some of the parameters will be provided so that they can be applied directly to the forming process. The optimum values for some metals along with the related diameter are given for implement automation to spinning process.