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Article: Implementation of a robot system for sculptured surface cutting. Part 2. Finish machining

TitleImplementation of a robot system for sculptured surface cutting. Part 2. Finish machining
Authors
Issue Date1999
PublisherSpringer U K. The Journal's web site is located at http://www.springer.com/engineering/production+eng/journal/170
Citation
International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 1999, v. 15 n. 9, p. 630-639 How to Cite?
AbstractRapid prototyping plays an important role in product development. There are two ways to realize rapid prototyping: one is to develop new prototyping equipment such as stereolithography apparatus (SLA), selective laser sintering (SLS), etc., and the other is to improve existing CNC techniques. In this work, a robot system for rapid prototyping, which is an enhancement of the CNC based method, is presented. A robot arm holding a milling tool is used to machine the prototype of a solid model drawn using a commercial CAD system. In a previous paper, Part 1, a strategy using the robot for rough machining was discussed and then an automatic tool-path generation method using a grid height array was presented. As a verification of the proposed algorithm, a number of prototypes were produced, which demonstrated the feasibility and advantages of the algorithm. In this paper, Part 2, an approach to represent C-space by incorporating possible variations in tooling orientations is proposed. In order to reduce the error on complex surfaces resulting from undercut or overcut operations, a curvature-matching algorithm is also developed. Finally, experimental work using collision-free planning for manipulator movement and stimulation for the curvature matching algorithm is carried out.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/156500
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2015 Impact Factor: 1.568
2015 SCImago Journal Rankings: 0.915
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dc.description.abstractRapid prototyping plays an important role in product development. There are two ways to realize rapid prototyping: one is to develop new prototyping equipment such as stereolithography apparatus (SLA), selective laser sintering (SLS), etc., and the other is to improve existing CNC techniques. In this work, a robot system for rapid prototyping, which is an enhancement of the CNC based method, is presented. A robot arm holding a milling tool is used to machine the prototype of a solid model drawn using a commercial CAD system. In a previous paper, Part 1, a strategy using the robot for rough machining was discussed and then an automatic tool-path generation method using a grid height array was presented. As a verification of the proposed algorithm, a number of prototypes were produced, which demonstrated the feasibility and advantages of the algorithm. In this paper, Part 2, an approach to represent C-space by incorporating possible variations in tooling orientations is proposed. In order to reduce the error on complex surfaces resulting from undercut or overcut operations, a curvature-matching algorithm is also developed. Finally, experimental work using collision-free planning for manipulator movement and stimulation for the curvature matching algorithm is carried out.en_US
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