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Metrology pp 1-30 | Cite as

Accuracy and Performance Analysis of Machine Tools

  • Andreas ArchentiEmail author
  • Theodoros Laspas
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Part of the Precision Manufacturing book series (PRECISION)

Abstract

The key to solve manufacturing quality and productivity problems in the machining of parts is to understand the physical attributes’ geometric/kinematic, static, dynamic, and thermal behavior of machine tools. In this chapter basic definitions, error sources, and instruments and methodologies for the identification and evaluation of machine tools’ physical attributes will be outlined.

The first section presents the background and answers “why” it is important to measure and evaluate machine tools under no-load and loaded condition. Basic concepts and definitions of metrological terms will be given. In the second part, error sources in machine tools are introduced, and in the third part, instruments and methodologies for the accuracy evaluation of machine tools will be given.

Keywords

Machine tool Accuracy Performance Error sources Analysis Measurement Instrumentation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.KTH Royal Institute of TechnologyStockholmSweden

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