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Parameters set-up for collision avoidance and smooth motion in 5-axis end milling based on a potential field approach

Abstract : Although 5-axis free form surface machining is commonly proposed in CAD/CAM software, collision detection between the tool and the part with smooth tool axis reorientations still need to be addressed. In this paper, a physically based method using potential fields is developed to generate 5-axis collision-free smooth tool paths. The ball-end tool is considered as a rigid body moving in 3D space on which repulsive and attractive forces are acting. Investigations are carried out to set-up the simulation parameters and prevent the tool axis orientation from oscillating and to ensure a smooth behavior.
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Virgile Lacharnay, Christophe Tournier, Sylvain Lavernhe. Parameters set-up for collision avoidance and smooth motion in 5-axis end milling based on a potential field approach. 11th International Conference on High Speed Machining, Sep 2014, Prague, Czech Republic. paper n. 14041, 6 p. ⟨hal-01064128⟩

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