Papers by Keyword: Feed Drive

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Authors: Jian Ruan, Qing Feng Wang, L.B. Zhang, Ju Long Yuan, Q.H. Yang
Authors: Xian Jun Sheng, Ke Xin Wang, Ren Ke Kang, Yong Qi Wang
Abstract: In CNC machining, the constant following error was caused by the uniform motion of feed drive, which could induced contour error in the multi-axis movement, and the contour error would affect machining accuracy. In this paper, the produce principle of following error is analyzed, as well as the influences of following error on contour of linear and circular interpolation. The following error was compensated by velocity feedforward controller, and a new method for identifying coefficient of velocity feedforward controller is presented, based on the actual observed values of following error. The following error was eliminated after compensating with the proposed method.
Authors: Zoran Pandilov, Vladimir Dukovski
Abstract: In this paper a model of the feed drive system with disturbance force for High Speed Cutting (HSC) linear motor machine is given. The dynamic stiffness for the proposed model is analysed. A simulation of the influence of some parameters on feed drive dynamic stiffness is performed with the simulation program MATLAB & SIMULINK. Correctness of the proposed model is verified with an experimental measurement of the dynamic stiffness of the feed drive on the prototype HSC linear motor machine (HSC 11).
Authors: Syh Shiuh Yeh, Jin Tsu Sun
Abstract: Static friction generally exists in feed drive servomechanisms and usually affects the motions of CNC machine tools. In this study, the breakaway experiment is applied to measure the static friction of a feed drive servomechanism generally used in CNC machine tools, and the spectral analysis using the fast Fourier transformation algorithm is applied to analyze the frequency characteristics of the obtained static friction. Several experiments were carried out on a three-axis CNC milling machine so as to illustrate the feasibility of the developed measurement and analysis methods. The experimental results indicate that the static friction of a feed drive servomechanism is clearly position-dependent and the physical interaction of the mechanical parts in the transmission system used by the feed drive servomechanism significantly affects the characteristics of the static friction.
Authors: Radu Eugen Breaz, Octavian Bologa
Abstract: This paper presents some simulation based upon a dynamic model of a feed-drive within the structure of a CNC machine tool. A DC servomotor was considered as actuation device for the feed drive. For a given set of parameters for the position controller, two fuzzy types of fuzzy controllers were tested by means of simulation. The first fuzzy controller was a proportional one, with one input and one output, while the second one was a two variables one, with two inputs and one outputp.
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