Paper Title:
An Approach to Accuracy Improvements in the Flexible Machining of Curved Profiles
  Abstract

This article describes a clamping concept for the flexible machining of spatially curved profiles developed at the wbk Institute of Production Science of the Universität Karlsruhe (TH). Simple geometrical considerations form the basis of the prototypically implemented clamping system design. The approach presented in this article allows for accuracy improvements regarding the positioning of the profile in the clamping system on the basis of markings applied onto the surface of the profile. Besides, the preliminary test rig set up and first results on the detection of the markings by means of digital image processing are presented.

  Info
Periodical
Edited by
Klaus Weinert, Jürgen Fleischer, A. Erman Tekkaya, Michael Zäh, and Marco Schikorra
Pages
123-134
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.43.123
Citation
G. Lanza, J. Fleischer, D. Ruch, "An Approach to Accuracy Improvements in the Flexible Machining of Curved Profiles", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 43, pp. 123-134, 2008
Online since
April 2008
Export
Share

In order to see related information, you need to Login.

In order to see related information, you need to Login.

Authors: G. Lanza, Jürgen Fleischer, Daniel Ruch
Abstract:With a novel extrusion process which is investigated in the Collaborative Research Center Transregio 10 (SFB/TR10), it is possible to...
153
  | Authors: Jürgen Fleischer, Jan Philipp Schmidt-Ewig
Abstract:Within traffic engineering, the importance of lightweight space frame structures continuously grows. The space frame design offers many...
135
Authors: Jin Kai Xu, Hua Dong Yu, Xue Jun Zhang
Chapter 2: Mechatronics
Abstract:This paper introduces the affecting factors of tool clamping error of the axis direction in aspheric manufacturing process, and analyses the...
193
Authors: Sergii Pasternak, Walther Maier, Thomas Stehle, Uwe Heisel
Chapter 5: Machine Tools
Abstract:The paper deals with the development and investigation of a novel, hybrid clamping technology for micro machining. This new technology was...
442