+612 9045 4394
 
CHECKOUT
Machining Impossible Shapes : IFIP TC5 WG5.3 International Conference on Sculptured Surface Machining (SSM98) November 9-11, 1998 Chrysler Technology Center, Michigan, USA - G. Olling

Machining Impossible Shapes

IFIP TC5 WG5.3 International Conference on Sculptured Surface Machining (SSM98) November 9-11, 1998 Chrysler Technology Center, Michigan, USA

By: G. Olling (Editor), Byoung Kyu Choi (Editor), Robert B. Jerard (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 30th June 1999
ISBN: 9780412846809
Number Of Pages: 390

Share This Book:

Hardcover

RRP $776.99
$538.25
31%
OFF
or 4 easy payments of $134.56 with Learn more
Ships in 7 to 10 business days

Other Available Editions (Hide)

  • Paperback View Product Published: 21st February 2013
    $372.87

On November 9-11, 1998,85 participants, representing 17 countries, gathered in Aubum Hills, Michigan, at the Chrysler Tech Center, to attend a workshop "SSM'98" (or Sculptured Surface Machining '98) organized by IFIP Working Group 5.3. This was the first major workshop on sculptured surface machining since the CAM-I sponsored conference "Machining Impossible Surfaces" held in 1981. The purpose of the SSM'98 workshop, entitled "Machining Impossible Shapes", was to promote a cross-fertilization of ideas among three communities: industrial users, CAM software developers and academic researchers. There were 17 participants who were "industrial users", 15 represented CAM software developers, 4 were from the machine tool industry, with the remainder being academic researchers. The format of the meeting included 40 presentations in 9 sessions, 4 keynote speeches and a sufficient amount of time for informal discussion amongst the participants. One of the most valuable aspects of the workshop was the opportunity for participants to meet informally and to discuss their mutual interests. This led to two "participant organized" sessions on five axis machining and on machine tool controllers.

Preface
Conference Co-chairs
International Program Committee
Cutting Molds/Dies from Scan datap. 1
Experiences from a Quantum Leap Improvement in Turbine Manufacturingp. 8
A Generative Approach for Die Pattern Machiningp. 24
Geometric Contribution to 3-axis Milling of Sculptured Surfacesp. 33
Efficiency of Multi-Axis NC Machining of Sculptured Part Surfacesp. 42
Best-fit of Sculptured Surfacesp. 59
Point-based Geometric Modellingp. 74
Virtual Machining and the Manufacturing Modelp. 83
Virtual CNC with Performance Error Modelingp. 90
Fast Simulation of Sculptured Surface Milling with 3-axis NC Machinep. 97
Simulation of Ball-nose End Milling Operations - Selection of Geometric Resolution Parametersp. 109
Machining Process Modeling for Intelligent Rough Machining of Sculptured Partsp. 119
Bridging the Gap between Tool Path generation for SSM and Computer Aided Process Modelling Techniquesp. 129
Automatic Five-Axis CNC Feedrate Selection via Discrete Mechanistic, Geometric, and Machine Model Integrationp. 138
Milling Simulation with an Adaptive Strategyp. 147
Deformed Swept Volume Analysis to NC Machining Simulation with Cutter Deflectionp. 158
Segmentation and Surface Fitting in Reverse Engineeringp. 167
Surface Reconstruction from Point Cloudsp. 173
Reverse Engineering Employing a Wrap-Around Surface Triangle Setp. 179
Manufacturability of Reverse Engineered CAD-models : a case studyp. 187
Measurement Uncertainty due to Work-piece Error Interaction with Sampling Periodp. 196
Design Evaluation of Virtual Clay Models using Selective Laser Sinteringp. 201
Finding Near-Optimal Build Orientations for Shape Deposition Manufacturingp. 208
A Layered 5-axis Machining Methodp. 217
Building Very Large Complex Shapes using a Flexible Blade Cutterp. 225
Machining Large Complex Shapes using a 7 DoF Devicep. 237
Optimal Tool Selection for Interference-free Sculptured Surface Machiningp. 247
Exact Polyhedral Machiningp. 263
Optimal Tool Path Generation for 2 1/2 D Milling of Dies and Moldsp. 272
Pencil Curve Tracing via Virtual Digitizingp. 279
High Performance Machining for Die/Mold Manufacturing - RandD in Progressp. 293
5-axis High Speed NURBS-machining on a New Parallel Kinematic-machinep. 315
HSC-Appropriate NC Programming in Die and Mould Manufacturingp. 325
High Speed Machining (HSC) of Sculptured Surfaces in Die and Mold Manufacturingp. 333
Optimized NC-toolpath Generation for 5-axis Machining of Complex Surfacesp. 343
Adaptive Tool Path Planning for 5-Axis Sculptured Surface Machining by Machining Strip Evaluationp. 351
Curvature Matched Machining Methods Versus Commercial CAD Methodsp. 361
Five-Axis Control Sculptured Surface Machining Using Conicoid End Millp. 366
A Unified Approach to Accessibility in 5-axis Freeform Milling Environmentsp. 376
Table of Contents provided by Blackwell. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9780412846809
ISBN-10: 0412846802
Series: International Federation for Information Processing
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 390
Published: 30th June 1999
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.24
Weight (kg): 0.74