ROBOT ASSISTED STABILIZATION FOR FLEXIBLE WORKPIECES SUBJECTED TO HIGHLY INTERRUPTED CUTTING

  • 1Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Applied Mechanics, Budapest, HU

Abstract

In many facets of industry, slender workpieces are formed by means of milling processes. These workpieces are especially prone to experience harmful chatter vibrations, which limits quality and productivity. In this paper, a novel solution is proposed where a robotic arm is used to support the workpiece, improving its modal properties and reducing the occurrence of chatter. The paper presents some numerical, analytical and limited experimental results for improving the material removal rate using the robot assisted milling method for low radial immersion processes, such as finishing operations.

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