International Forum on Micro Manufacturing 2012

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International Forum on Micro Manufacturing 2012

2012
微制造国际论坛


Dec. 1
8
, 2012


Guangzhou, China


Final Program

Aims and Themes


Micro/meso
-
scale manufacturing was developed in research fields of machining, forming, materials and
others, but its potenti
al to industries are yet to fully realize. Following the success of the International Forum
on Micro Manufacturing 2010 (IFMM2010) in Gifu, Japan, IFMM2012 is aimed at searching a path to this
very promising area. The forum will be held in the South China
University of Technology, Guangzhou, China.
It consists of five keynote speeches, and a penal discussion. At the meantime, the submitted papers will be
peer
-
reviewed; and the
accomplished

papers will be published in a special issue of the EI
-
indexed journa
l,
Applied Mechanics and Materials
, in early 2013.


Itinerary




8:
45



9:00
:
Opening speech
:
Prof. Ruxu Du,
Hong Kong SAR;



9
:
0
0


9:
5
0:
Keynote speech 1


Micro
-
Texturing onto Amorphous Carbon Materials as a Mold
-
Die

for Micro
-
Forming,
Prof. Tatsu
hiko Aizawa
, Japan;



9:
5
0


10:00
: Tea break



10:00



1
0
:
50
:
Keynote speech 2


Tissue Cutting Mechanics and Applications for
Needle Core Biopsy and Guidance,
Prof. Albert Shi
h
, USA
;



1
1:00



1
1
:
5
0:
Keynote speech 3



Flexures and control
,
Prof. Xianmin Zhang
,

China;



1
1:5
0


14:00: Lunch break;



14:00


1
4
:
5
0:

Keynote speech

4


Micro/
n
ano
a
ssembly and
f
abrication by
o
ptically
-
i
nduced
e
lectrokinetics
,
Prof. Wen J. Li,

Hong Kong SAR
;



1
4
:
5
0


15:
0
0: Tea break;



15:
0
0


1
5:5
0:
Keynote speech

5


Micro
-

and
d
esktop
f
act
ories for
m
icro/
m
eso
-
s
cale
m
anufactruing
,
Prof. Reijo Tuokko,
Finland



16:
0
0


17:
3
0:
Penal discussions
, Chaired by Prof.
Kuniaki Dohda
,
USA



17:30


18:00: Tea break

Location:

华南理工大学
29
号楼
3
楼会议室

附录
1
:部分
主旨
演讲摘要


Tissue Cutting Mechanics and Applications for Needle Core Biopsy and
Guidance

Yancheng Wang
1,a
, Bruce L. Tai
1,b
, Roland K. Chen
1,c
, Jason Moore
2,d
, Carl S. McGill
1,e
,
Kai Xu
3,f
, Patrick W. McLaughlin
4,g
, Albert J. Shih
1,h

1
Dep
artment of Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI USA

2
Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, State
College, PA, USA

3
UM
-
SJTU Joint Institute, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

4
Depart
ment of Radiation Oncology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI USA

a
yancwang@umich.edu,
b
ljtai@umich.edu,
c
krchen@umich.edu,
d
jzm14@engr.psu.edu
,
e
cmcgillz@umich.edu
,
f
k.xu@sjtu.edu.cn
,
g
mclaughb@umich.edu
,
h
shiha@umich.edu

Abstract.

Needle is one of th
e most common feature
s

in medical devices. A better understanding of
needle tip geometry can lead to the creation of an optimized needle tip geometry which would
greatly benefit the procedure of biopsy or insertion guidance. This study reviews the recent
r
esearches on needle cutting edge with high inclination angle, and applications in needle core
biopsy and insertion guidance. The mathematical models of the inclination and rake angles for
the needle with lancet point and enhanced cutting edge needles are d
eveloped. To improve
the biopsy length, a novel approach to use the enhanced cutting edge needle to acquire the
tissue sample is studied and the concept is experimentally validated. To reduce needle
deflection and increase insertion accuracy, the effects

of grid constraints, needle material, and
insertion speed are analyzed. The knowledge gained from this study can be used to better
understand needle tissue cutting mechanics and integrate these technologies for more efficient
needle biopsy and accurate in
sertion guidance procedures.


Micro
-
t
exturing onto
a
morphous
c
arbon
m
aterials

as a
m
old
-
d
ie for
m
icro
-
f
orming




Tatsuhiko Aizawa

Department of Engineering and Design, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan

taizawa@sic.shiba
ura
-
it.ac.jp

Abstract
:

Among various kinds
of carbon materials, two types of amorphous carbon were
employed as a mold
-
die material for micro
-
forming. Diamond like carbon (DLC) has sufficient
strength and toughness as a protective coating onto the steel and

WC (Co) substrates. Glassy
carbon is a solid material which also has high strength even at the elevated temperature under inert
gas atmosphere. These two materials are selected to fabricate the micro
-
textured mold
-
die as a
mother tool to
duplicate

this mi
cro
-
textured pattern onto the metallic and polymer sheets via
table
-
top CNC micro
-
forming systems. High density oxygen
-
plasma etching and pico
-
second
laser machining were developed to make micro
-
texturing onto the above two mold
-
die materials. In
the form
er, micro
-
groove and micro
-
grid patterns were formed on the DLC coating; table
-
top CNC
stamping system with CNC
-
feeder and cropper was used to duplicate these patterns onto the
aluminum sheets in dry and at the room temperature. In the latter, micro
-
wedge
patterns were
imprinted onto the glassy carbon substrate; table
-
top CNC mold
-
stamping system with heating
equipment was utilized for duplication of these patterns onto thermoplastic polymer sheets above
the glass transition temperature. Formation of micro
-
textures onto these amorphous carbon
materials provides us a new tool to fabricate the micro
-
patterned parts and devices in mass
production via cold and hot stamping processes.

Micro and Desktop Factories for Micro/Meso
-
Scale Manufacturing

Applications an
d Future

Visions
Reijo Tuokko, Eeva Järvenpää, Riku Heikkilä, Anssi Nurmi

Department of Production Engineering

Tampere University of Technology

Tampere, Finland

firstname.surname@tut.fi

Abstract

Micro and desktop factories are small
-
size production systems

suitable for the manufacture
of small products with micro and/or macro size features. The development originates in Japan, where
small machines were developed in order to save resources when producing small products. In the late
1990’s, the research sprea
d around the world, and since then multiple miniaturized production
systems have been developed. However, the level of commercialization and industrial adoption is still
relatively low and the breakthrough remains unseen. This paper discusses the potential

application
areas of micro
-

and desktop factory solutions. The research has been carried out as a mixed
-
method
research combining extensive literature survey and 18 semi
-
structured interviews in Europe. The
interviewees are both from academia and industry
, including equipment and component providers, as
well as users and potential users.
















附录
2

主旨演讲嘉宾简历

Keynote
Speaker



Prof.
Albert J Shih






Speech

topic

Tissue Cutting Mechanics and Applications for Needle Core Biopsy and Guidance


Research Interests



Design and manufacturing




B
iomedical device design



B
iomedical manufacturing




M
edical innovation



O
ptical metrology




S
urgical thermal management



M
icro manufacturing






P
recision engineering



M
achining of advanced engineering materials

B
rief profil
e



Research Excellence Award, College of Engineering, The University of Michigan
,

2011



Faculty Recognition Award, University of Michigan, 2010



Best Paper Award, International Conference on Computing, Communications and Control
Technologies, 2010



US Fulbr
ight Scholar, 2009



Fellow, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, 2009



Fellow, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2008



CRLT Gilbert Witaker Fund for the Improvement of Teaching, 2006



International Adjunct Professor, National Cheng Kung University,
2006
-
present



Ralph R. Teetor Educational Award, Society of Automotive Engineers, 2004



CAREER Award, National Science Foundation, 2000

Professor, Departm
ent of Mechanical
Engineering,
University of Michigan, USA

K
eynote
-
Speaker


Prof. Reijo Tuokko








Speech

topic

Micro
-

and Desktop Factories for Micro/Meso
-
Scale Manufactrui
ng

Research
i
nterests



Automation
,
Robotics,

Simulation,

Lean Manufacturing,

Supply Chain Management


B
rief profile



M
ember of the High Level Group of MANUFUTURE, the European technology platform on
future manufacturing technologies,



M
ember of the board of EFFRA


the European Factories of th
e Future Research Association.



Co
-
c
hair of the Final Assembly Technical Working Group



C
o
-
author of the Final Assembly chapter of the NEMI 2002 and iNEMI 2004, 2006, 2008 and
2010 Technology Roadmaps (iNEMI).



M
ember of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) and the IEEE.







P
rofessor,

Head

of

Department

of

Pr
oduction

Engineering,

Tampere
University of Technology, Finland

Keynot
e Speaker



Prof.
Tatsuhiko

Aizawa





Speech

topic

Micro
-
Texturing

onto

Amorphous Carbon Materials as a Mold
-
Die for
Micro
-
Forming

Research
i
nterests



M
icro
-

and
N
ano
-
manufacturing



M
icr
o
-

and
N
ano
-
texturing, coating



S
urface engineering

a
nd
M
aterials science

B
rief profile



Professor T
atsuhiko Aizawa received
his
B.E. (1975), M.E. (1977), and D.E. (1980) degrees in
the Nuclear Engineering from the University of Tokyo.



He started to work as a Research Associate at the Institute of Aerospace
and Aeronautics,
University of Tokyo in 1980. He transferred to Department of Fundamental and Applied
Sciences, University of Tokyo, as an Assistant Professor from 1981 to 1985. He further shifted
to Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Univer
sity of Tokyo and worked as an
Associate Professor from 1986 to 1996 and as a Full Professor, from 1997 to 2000. He further
shifted to Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology from 2000 to 2004. Then, he
transferred to work as a Director, AsiaSE
ED, and to work as a Research Professor, University
of Toronto from 2005.



He is now a Full
-
Professor, Department of Engineering and Design, Shibaura Institute of
Technology (SIT).


Professor, Department of Design
Engineering, Shibaura Institute of
Technology, Japan

K
eynote

Speaker


Prof. Wen Jung

Li




Speech

topic

Micro/Nano Assembly a
nd Fabrication by Optically
-
Induced Electrokinetics

Research
i
nterests



MEMS Sensors



MEMS

/

Nano
-
based Biotechnology



Electrokinetic Nano
-
Assembly

Brief profile



Fellow, American Society of Mechanical Engineers,
2011



I
EEE Fellow,

2010



VP of IEEE Nanotechnol
ogy Council, elected in 2010 (to serve 2011
-
2013 term)



Editor
-
in
-
Chief, IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine, elect
ed in 2006 (served from 2007 to

present)



General Chair, 2012 IEEE Nanotechnology Devices and Materials, Hawaii, USA



General Chair, 2007 IEEE Confe
rence on Nanotechnology, Hong Kong, HKSAR



General Chair, 2005 IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics and Biomimetics, Hong Kong, HKSAR



Vice
-
Chancellor’s Exemplary Teaching Award 2006, The Chinese University of Hong Kong



Winner, Best Student Paper, 2012 Internation
al Conference on Manipulation, Manufacturing
and Measurement on the Nanoscale, Xi’an, China.



Winner, Best Conference Video Award, 2011 IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics and Biomimetics
(IEEE
-
ROBIO 2011), Phuket, Thailand.

Professor,
Department of Mechanical and
Biomedical Engineerin
g
,
City University of
Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China


Keynote Speaker


Prof.
Xia
nmin Zhang



Speech

topic

Flexures and control

Research
i
nterests



精密定位与精密操作



精密电子装备与现代控制技术



精密并联机器人系统



机电系统的振动与噪声控制等

Brief profile


张宪民教授是国家杰出青年科学基金获得者。现任华南理工大学机械与汽车工程学院副院长,机械
制造及其自动化学科带头人。兼任国际机械科学与机构学联合会(
IFToMM
)学术委员会委员、中国委员会
委员、中国机械工程学会机构学专业委员会副主任委员、中国微米纳米
技术学会理事、广东省机械工程学
会常务理事、智能制造技术专业委员会常委等。任《
Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering
》、《机
械工程学报》、《振动工程学报》、《华南理工大学学报》自然科学版、《机电工程技术》等刊物编委;国际
多种著名期刊特约审稿人。



张教授是国家新世纪百千万人才工程国家级人选,是广东省南粤优秀教师(
1999
年)、全国模范教师

2001
年)、首届教育部优秀骨干教师(
2002
年)。
2000
年获霍英东教育基金会优秀青年教师奖,
2002

获第四届教育部
"
高校青年教师奖
"

2007
年获丁颖科技奖


张教授先后主持国家和省部级等各类科研项目
30
余项,研究领域涉及

他与合作者已在

Transactions of the ASME,Journal of Vibration and Acoustics
》、《
International Journal of
Mechaniscal Sciences
》、《
Journal of Sound and Vibration
》、《
Mechanism and Machine Theory
》、

Computers & S
tructures
》、《机械工程学报》、《自动化学报》、《振动工程学报》、《声学学报》等国内外
重要学术刊物和国际学术会议上发表论文
180
多篇,其中被
SCI

EI
收录
130
余篇次,论文被他人引用
300
余次。


已授权发明专利
12
件,实用新型专利
21
件、软件版权
4
项。他领导的研究团队为企业研制的大型环
保装备自动化监控系统已远销俄罗斯;和企业合作研发的

面向线路板的无铅联装成套装备



自动光
学检测设备

已成功产业化,在全球有
500
多用户,出口到意大利、法国等多个发达国家,取得了良好的
经济效益和社会效益显著
。部分研究成果获广东省科技进步一等奖(
2008
年度)、广东省自然科学二等奖

2004
年度)、中国高校自然科学奖二等奖(
2000
年度)、中国高校科技进步二等奖(
2007
年度)



Professor,
School of Mechanical & Automotive
Engineering, South China University of
Technology
,
Guangzhou
, China


Chairman of Penal Discussion


Prof.
Kuniaki Dohda





Research
i
nterests



Plastic Forming Technology



Metal Forming Processes



Micro

/

Meso Mechanical Manufacturing

B
ri
ef
p
rofile



Fellow
,
America
n

Society of Mechanical Engineers



Fellow
,
Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers



Fellow
,
Japan Society of Technology of Plasticity



Advisor, Digital Engineering, National Science and Technology Development Agency
(NSTDA), Bangkok, T
hailand



Advisory Professor, State Key Laboratory of Tribology, Tsinghua University, Beijing, Ch
ina



Guest Professor, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University,
Shanghai, China



Outstanding Paper Award, North American Manufacturing Research Conference (NAMRC)

/
International Conference on Tribology in Manufacturing Processes (ICTMP), 2012



JSTP Medal, Japan Society of Technology of Plasticity,

2011



International Award, Division of
M&P, Japan Society of Mechanical Engineering, 2005



Professor,

Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Northwestern University, USA


Co
-
Chairman


Prof.
Norio Takatsuji








Research
i
nterests



Extrusion, simulation, design of tool and mold


B
rief profile



Section Committee Member, Extrusion Section, Japan Society for Technology of P
lasticity



Aida Prize for Technology Promotion, Japan Society for Technology of Plasticity, Inc.


2000



Takaoka City Citizen’s Prize for Culture (Scientific Research)

2001



Prize for Excellence, Amada Foundation for Metal Work Technology, Inc.

2006








Prof
essor, Faculty of Engineering,
University of Toyama,

Japan


Chairman


Prof
. Ruxu Du








Research
i
nterests



Precision Engineering Design and Manufacturing



Energy and Materials

B
rief profile



Fellow, Society of Manufacturing Engineers



Fellow, American Society of Mechanical Engineers



Who’s Who in Science and Eng
ineering, 21st Century Edition



Stratmore's Who is Who in the World,



Guest Professor, Shenzhen Tsinghua University Research Institute



Guest Professor, Hebei University of Science and Technology



Guest Professor, Yanshan University



Guest Professor, Fuzhou Uni
versity



Honorary Senior Technical Consultant, Shanggong Group Ltd.



Honorary Senior Member, Shanghai Sewing Machine Manufacturers Association



Director,

Institute of Precision Engineering
,
The Chinese
University of Hong Kong
, Hong Kong SAR, China

Director, Guangzhou Institute of Advanced Technology,
Chinese Academy of Sciences
, Guangzho
u, China