Optimization of 5-Axis milling processes based on the process models with application to airfoil machining
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Tunc, Taner and Budak, Erhan (2007) Optimization of 5-Axis milling processes based on the process models with application to airfoil machining. In: 10th CIRP International Workshop on Modeling of Machining OPerations, Calabria, Italy
5-axis milling is widely used in machining of complex surfaces such as airfoils. Improper selection of machining parameters may cause low productivity and undesired results during machining. There are several constraints such as available power and torque, chatter stability, tool breakage etc. In order to respect such constraints proper machining parameters should be determined. In this paper, methodologies for improving 5-axis milling processes are presented. Selection of machining parameters is performed using process simulations. The developed methodologies are presented on an example airfoil.
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