High-precision Machining By Measurement And Compensation Of Motion Error
Google+ LinkedIn Reddit Download Full-text PDF High-precision machining by measurement and compensation of motion errorArticle (PDF Available) in International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture 48(10):1103-1110 · August 2008 with 45 ReadsDOI: 10.1016/j.ijmachtools.2008.02.005 · Source: OAI1st Daisuke Kono2nd Atsushi Matsubara30.91 · Kyoto University3rd Iwao Yamaji4th Tomoya FujitaAbstractThis paper describes a systematic method to model and compensate geometric errors of machine tools. In order to separate geometric errors from other errors, measured errors are analyzed in the frequency domain by using the Fourier series. Then, the frequency components corresponding to geometric errors are selected based on the repeatability of their wavelength. Finally, the components are reconstructed and forwarded for the compensation by a fine motion drive. A CNC machine tool with a fine motion mechanism on the Z-axis was developed to compensate the error components in the Z direction on the XY plane. A flat surface machining with non-rotational cutting tools was tested to validate our approach. On the plane of 45 mm×70 mm, the fluctuation of the relative displacement was reduced from 1.3 to 0.5 μm P-V. Machining experiments with a single-crystal diamond tool were also carried out and the straightness of the profile curve was reduced from 1.0 to 0.4 μm. The result of the experiments showed that the geometric errors were compensated separately from the vibration due to the bending mode of the machine column.Discover the world's research10+ million members100+ million publications100k+ research projectsJoin for free FiguresEnlargeEnlarge Full-text (PDF)DOI: ·Available from: Atsushi Matsubara, Nov 11, 2014 Download Full-text PDF CitationsCitations37ReferencesReferences18Adequacy of Technical and Commercial Alternatives Applied to Machine Tool Verification Using Laser Tracker"Currently, new compensation systems have been developed by control system manufacturers, such as Siemens' Volumetric Compensation System (VCS), Heidenhain's Kinematic Comp, and Fanuc's 3D Compensation/3D Rotary Compensation, which use the approximation function of each geometric error of the MT to compensate for the influences of errors [20,21]. However, the most common method of compensating for geometric er
Contact Information Other Titles in J-STAGE by the Publisher J-STAGE Home > Publications - Top >Bibliographic Information 2007 JSPE Spring Meeting Session ID: B19 Language: English Japanese http://doi.org/10.11522/pscjspe.2007S.0.123.0 Host The Japan Society for Precision Engineering A Study on High-precision Machining by Measurement and Compensation of Motion Error *Daisuke Kono1), Atsushi Matsubara1), Yasumi Watanabe2) 1) Kyoto University 2) NSK Ltd. Released 2007/09/01 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/222422069_High-precision_machining_by_measurement_and_compensation_of_motion_error received 2006/11/22 accepted 2007/03/20 Keywords: motion error, compensation, high-precision machining Full Text PDF [438K] Abstracts Nowadays, rectification machining process is used to achieve sub-micron-order geometrical accuracy in cutting. However, errors due to reproducibility of workpiece position are generated when another measuring machine is used to measure https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/pscjspe/2007S/0/2007S_0_123/_article the machined workpiece profile. Motion errors of machine tools could not be detected by using on-the-machine-measurement. In order to solve these problems, motion errors in machining process are measured and compensated to reduce machining errors in this research. In this paper, straightness error was measured, modeled and compensated on a machine tool using ball screws for its drive systems, and we investigated weather machining errors could be reduced. Full Text PDF [438K] Copyright © 2007 The Japan Society for Precision Engineering Top of this Page Article Tools Add to Favorites Citation Alert Authentication Alert Additional Info Alert Copy the URL Mail to Author Download Meta of Article RIS BibTeX [ Help ] Contact us Share this Article Edited and published by : The Japan Society for Precision Engineering Produced and listed by : Toyo Agency Inc.
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