Repetitive Measurement and Compensation to Improve Workpiece Machining Accuracy

@inproceedings{Liu1999RepetitiveMA,
  title={Repetitive Measurement and Compensation to Improve Workpiece Machining Accuracy},
  author={Zhong Hua Liu},
  year={1999}
}
Achieving workpiece high accuracy at low cost is one of the greatest challenges in the manufacturing industry. A repetitive error measurement and compensation scheme to improve the workpiece diameter accuracy for machining centres is described. The scheme entails an on-machine measurement and error compensation technology between machining processes. The workpiece diameters are measured along the workpiece length by using a fine touch sensor. The workpiece diameters in the compensation program… CONTINUE READING
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