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5-axis High Speed Milling Optimisation


Manufacturing of free form parts relies on the calculation of a tool path based on a CAD model, on a machining strategy and on a given numerically controlled machine tool. In order to reach the best possible performances, it is necessary to take into account a maximum of constraints during tool path calculation. For this purpose, we have developed a surface representation of the tool paths to manage 5-axis High Speed Milling, which is the most complicated case. This model allows integrating early in the step of tool path computation the machine tool geometrical constraints (axis ranges, part holder orientation), kinematical constraints (speed and acceleration on the axes, singularities) as well as gouging issues between the tool and the part. The aim of the paper is to optimize the step of 5-axis HSM tool path calculation with a bi-parameter surface representation of the tool path. We propose an example of integration of the digital process for tool path computation, ensuring the required quality and maximum productivity
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hal-00373724 , version 1 (07-04-2009)



Christophe Tournier, Sylvain Lavernhe, Claire Lartigue. 5-axis High Speed Milling Optimisation. Revue Internationale d'Ingenierie Numerique, 2006, 2 (1-2), p. 173-184. ⟨hal-00373724⟩
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