DEVELOPMENT OF A METHOD TO DETERMINE CUTTING FORCES BASED ON PLANNING AND PROCESS DATA AS CONTRIBUTION FOR THE CREATION OF DIGITAL PROCESS TWINS

  • 1Technische Universität Dresden, Institute of Manufacturing Technology, Dresden, DE
  • 2Helmut Schmidt University / University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg, Institute of Automation Technology, Hamburg, DE

Abstract

A digital process twin unifies information from planning and manufacturing of a machining process. Calculation and technological models allow the prediction of further information, which normally is not provided. The work shows the recording of both data sources and creation of a digital process twin for a milling application. Further the usage of technological models is shown at the example of cutting force calculation based on drive currents in combination with a material removal simulation. Also the expansion of digital process twin information for further usage in calculations and visualizations is shown on the example of a part with a high-performance material of the aerospace industry.

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