Tool path strategy and cutting process monitoring in intelligent machining
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Intelligent machining is a current focus in advanced manufacturing technology, and is characterized by high accuracy and efficiency. A central technology of intelligent machining—the cutting process online monitoring and optimization—is urgently needed for mass production. In this research, the cutting process online monitoring and optimization in jet engine impeller machining, cranio-maxillofacial surgery, and hydraulic servo valve deburring are introduced as examples of intelligent machining. Results show that intelligent tool path optimization and cutting process online monitoring are efficient techniques for improving the efficiency, quality, and reliability of machining.
Keywordsintelligent machining tool path strategy process optimization online monitoring
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This research was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant Nos. 51405294 and 51675204).
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