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Copilot Pro®: A full method for a steering of the machining.

Abstract : Copilot Pro® is a method for the initial and regular machine-tools setup, developed by the Symme laboratory of the Savoy University and by the Technical Center of Industries of Screw-machining (Ctdec) in France. Its first step is the organization of the different machining operations, in setup steps, themselves subdivided into measuring steps. The second step consists in determining the manufacturing dimensions to measure at the end of each measuring step. Finally, the third step consists in linking the manufacturing dimensions to both the correctors and the tool-dimensions, in the aim of calculating the corrections that have to be done in function of the deviations measured on the manufacturing dimensions. With this method, the steering of an industrial workpiece is performed with two steering parts instead of ten before.
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Eric Pairel, Ephraim Goldschmidt, B. Vayre, Pierre-Antoine Adragna, Maurice Pillet. Copilot Pro®: A full method for a steering of the machining.. International Journal of Metrology and Quality Engineering, EDP sciences, 2011, 2, pp. 39-44. ⟨10.1051/ijmqe/2011007⟩. ⟨hal-00632055⟩

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