Ultrasonic Machining Module

Increased Productivity

  • The ULTRASONIC technology from FEELER enables the economical machining of complex workpiece geometries in demanding advanced materials such as ceramics, glass, corundum, tungsten carbide or even composite materials.
  • Based on the advanced development of the ultrasonic technology according to the requirement of the market, FEELER ultrasonic machine can provide high efficiency and high-quality machining of complex materials such as precision ceramics, quartz glass, alumina, tungsten steel, and super alloys or even composite materials.
  • The kinematic overlapping of the tool rotation with an additional oscillation effects a reduction of the process forces by up to 40% in comparison to conventional machining. Depending on the work-piece requirements, this allows higher feed rate, provides longer tool life and significantly surface finishing of up to Ra < 0.1 μm.

Ultrasonic Toolholder

  • Plug & Play Transmitter
    Compatible for variable CNC machine tool
  • Non-contact Ultrasonic
    Optimised inductive transmission
  • Reinforced Actuator
    To achieve high stiffness
  • Ultrasonic vibration amplitude
    0 - 15 μm(Depanding on tool settings)
  • Tools
    With undefined and defined cutting edge (Diamond grinding rod, milling tool and drilling tool)

Design for Advanced Materials


  • Without polishing, near mirror finish surface (Ra<0.1μm)
  • Processing efficiency increases 4 times, compared to EDM
  • Same processing method, efficiency increases 1.6 times
  • Reducing the processing procedures
  • Longer tool life by 4 times


  • Efficiency enhanced by 30% compared to non-ultrasonic
  • Prolongs tool life


  • Processing efficiency increases 4 times, compared to non-ultrasonic
  • Effectively reduce the workpiece chippingand surface micro-cracks


  • Better quality, compared to non-ultrasonic
  • Efficiency enhanced by 800% compared to non-ultrasonic

AISI 304

  • Processing efficiency increases 3 times
  • Significant quality improvement reducing entry distortions decreasing hole roughness


  • Break the limitation of non-ultrasonic machining, increase the removal rate up to 5 times
  • Better quality, reducing surface roughness by 30%


  • Better quality, compared to non-ultrasonic
  • Processing time reduced by half
  • Longer tool life by 3 times


  • Not only meeting the customer inclined surface qualities, but increases the roughing efficiency by 4 times
  • At the same quality standard, the finishing efficiency can be increased by 2 times