NC-simulation for the prediction of surface finish in 5-axis High-Speed Machining

Abstract : This paper deals with simulation models allowing predictions of the surface finish and the actual velocity during machining. To simulate material removal in 5-axis machining, we propose an N-buffer based model integrating the Inverse Kinematics Transformation. This model can be coupled with the NC-simulation model we have previously developed, and which has been validated for several sets of NC/machine tools. The tooth track is thus linked to the velocity giving the surface topography resulting from actual machining.
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Sylvain Lavernhe, Yann Quinsat, Christophe Tournier, Claire Lartigue, René Mayer. NC-simulation for the prediction of surface finish in 5-axis High-Speed Machining. 3rd CIRP International Conference on High Performance Cutting, Dublin(Ireland),, Jun 2008, Dublin, Ireland. pp.387 - 396. ⟨hal-00999715⟩

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