High Speed Milling
20 years in Consulting and Metal Cutting Vibrations
Increase Speed and Finish with Chatter Elimination
We use and develop the latest techniques to diagnose process deficiencies, troubleshoot machine vibrations problems, and determine tool and machine design issues. Often practiced “shoot from the hip” methods are time consuming and costly, which is why we are data-driven with physics-based problem solving.
Dr. Dilley was a Sr. Manufacturing Engineer for 5 years at GM Powertrain before being awarded a Boeing Fellowship to research metal-cutting vibrations and drilling dynamics. He has a BSME from the University of Missouri-Columbia, MS Engineering Management from RPI, and a MSME and D.Sc. from Washington University in St. Louis. Awards include SME Outstanding Young Engineer and Dr. David Stephenson's Upper Decker Achievement.
GM, Ford, Chrysler, Honda, Brembo, Komatsu, Mazak, MAG, Rolls-Royce, LMI Aerospace, & HiTech Mold
Machine Tool Vibrations
Metal Cutting Theory
MetalMax Hardware and Software
Stability Lobe Diagrams
Royal Oak, Michigan