INVESTIGATION OF PROCESSES IN HIGH-SPEED EQUIPMENT USING CNC CAPABILITIES

Abstract

Improving the accuracy, reliability and performance of high-speed technological systems is one of the most pressing challenges in modern industry. The process of improvements in machine tools is permanent because of growth in requirements for the parts quality. The HSM process progress may depends on specific characteristics of particular machine. In this connection, there is a need to carry out investigations in real equipment. The possibility of in-process parameters registration using CNC capabilities is considered. Hardware and software solutions are proposed. The software capabilities for data processing, analyzing and displaying a large number of graphs are shown.

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