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Monitorization Technology Applied To Metal Cutting
Author(s): J. Liptak; D. Kozakova; M. Abel; I. Mankova; V. Modrak; M. Stovcik
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Paper Abstract

Monitorization and regulation of the chip behaviour in the cutting zone present one of the major problems in the reliable operation of flexible manufacturing systems. The chips should be formed so as to eliminate the tool damage and enable their easy disposal from the cutting zone. For solving the problem a convenient regulation strategy should be developed. In the development of the strategy the authors extended the theoretical and experimental works on a special experimental device,which makes the cutting process modelling possible, and carried out a number of studies. The paper presents the philosophy of the problem solution and the results of experimental studies. The experimental system is composed of a device,which allows to observe the cutting zone, and systems for model-ling and dual monitoring operations. The work includes the description of experimental subsystems and analyzes the results of the observed chip states. The authors suggest a formulation for the state control, strategy and base their research on the graphical computer interpretation of the chip states. The system developed makes use of TV and IR cameras which allow to investigate the cutting zone. The advanced recording and computing technologies enable a real time recognition of the chip states and thermal fields both in the tool and the chip.

Paper Details

Date Published: 10 December 1986
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 0685, Infrared Technology XII, (10 December 1986); doi: 10.1117/12.936515
Show Author Affiliations
J. Liptak, Technical University (Germany)
D. Kozakova, Technical University (Germany)
M. Abel, Technical University (Germany)
I. Mankova, Technical University (Germany)
V. Modrak, Technical University (Germany)
M. Stovcik, Technical University (Germany)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0685:
Infrared Technology XII
Richard A. Mollicone; Irving J. Spiro, Editor(s)

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