STUDY OF ERROR ESTABLISHMENT IN MILLING MACHINES WITH 5 AXES

Tsvetan Kaldashev, Petar Hadjiiski


Last modified: 26.04.2019

Abstract

This report examines the accuracy of rotary die processing on a 5 axes machine and a special bolt-disk system. Faults that affect the accuracy and their measurement and reduction within acceptable limits are analyzed. As a result of the measurement, a virtual model of the radial beating of the workpiece relative to the actual axis of rotation of the machine was developed.

Keywords


CNC; milling machine; error detection; 5axis

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