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Precision cutting in CNC turning machines

Delibaş, Bülent (2002) Precision cutting in CNC turning machines. [Thesis]

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Abstract

Precision cutting, considering the time, cost and flexib ility of the production, has been one of the major goals in manufacturing. Especially using new technological tools such as linear motors, laser and piezoelectric actuators in cutting operations to increase the accuracy of the workpieces produced, is becoming more popular day by day.In this thesis, a new precision cutting system is developed to decrease the basic workpiece errors (straightness, roundness, diameter error, etc.) for commercial CNC lathes in a cheaper way. In order to characterise the CNC lathe, a laser displacement sensor is used. A mechanical design with piezo stack actuator and tool tip, i.e. piezo based cutting device (PBCD), is inserted on the turret of CNC lathe to give both static and dynamic finish cutting operation of PBCD. FEA (Finite Element Analysis) tool is used at the design stage of PBCD. The controller of PBCD is PID (Proportional Integrate Derivative) control that is running in the dSPACE software. In dynamic operation of PBCD, instantaneous angular position of CNC lathe spindle is specified by means of the rotary encoder. And it is used in the control loop for active elimination of roundness errors of cylindrical workpieces during cutting operation. The results after assessment of the measurements of cylindrical workpieces are encouraging. In static operation of PBCD, the finish cutting decreases the roundness error at an amount of at least 30% with respect to the operation without control of PBCD. In most CNC turning machines, if cutting conditions such as cutting speed and feed, tool geometry and vibration are not changed, the workpiece geometric errors are mostly repeatable. So it may not be needed to measure the geometric errors of the same workpiece produced at the same cutting conditions after each cutting operation. Especially in mass production, all cutting conditions and workpiece produced are same. So, the PBCD would be very useful tool in mass production regarding the repeatability of workpiece geometric errors.

Item Type:Thesis
Subjects:T Technology > TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery
ID Code:8152
Deposited By:IC-Cataloging
Deposited On:18 Apr 2008 10:45
Last Modified:26 Dec 2008 17:01

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