Mechatronical Product Design Combined with Optimized Dynamic Behavior of Components


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This paper introduces some closer aspects of mechatronical and process oriented machine tool design. Basis of the considerations are the demands of the machining process and the workpiece dimensions and material. The machining area, the axis and the technical features are designed on characteristic parameters. The forces, torque and speed are derived out of these parameters. Control technique is adapted to the process specific demands of the machine and the workpiece. The machine tool behavior is adapted to the process demands so that the costs and energy consumption are minimized. Some examples are included to present properties concerning accuracy, dynamic behavior and influencing parameters.



Edited by:

Ahmad Razlan Yusoff and Ismed Iskandar




P. H. Nebeling "Mechatronical Product Design Combined with Optimized Dynamic Behavior of Components", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 903, pp. 252-258, 2014

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February 2014




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