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Start-up and Control Operations for Top Milling Machine Tools

Conference Paper (international conference)

Belda Květoslav


serial: Proceedings of the International Chemnitz Manufacturing Colloquium ICMC 2010, p. 719-726 , Eds: Neugebauer Reimund

action: International Chemnitz Manufacturing Colloquium, (Chemnitz, DE, 29.09.2010-30.09.2010)

research: CEZ:AV0Z10750506

project(s): 7D09008, GA MŠk

keywords: automation, machine tool, calibration, predictive control

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abstract (eng):

Top milling machine tools are widespread in industrial production for their broad usability in a flexible production. However, their concept, represented by a fixed rotary shank tool in a stationary or a displaceable spindle and sliding carriages supporting workpiece gripper, is limited in the motion dynamics and coordination. It can be overcome by a different machine construction based on parallel kinematic concept enabling main operational tool-spindle to move in all axes of 3D space simultaneously. The contribution deals with a suitable solution of homing, calibration and control operations for top milling machine using just idea of parallel concept.

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