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Influence of interpolation type in high-speed machining (HSM)

Abstract

The recourse to the high-speed machining for the manufacture of warped shapes imposes an evolution towards a very high technicality of the CAM methods and of the machining operation execution. Due to its own characteristics, the high-speed machining (HSM) implies the use of new machining interpolations, in such a way that it assures the continuity of advances in the best way possible. Among these interpolations, we mention the polynomial interpolation. In this article, we propose a complete study of the interpolation type influence on the HSM machine dynamic behavior and also on the generated errors. For this, we have measured the feed rate of the cutting tool path for each type. Then, in terms of accuracy, we have measured the errors. In order to validate our approach, we have compared the simulated results to the experimental ones.

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Msaddek, E.B., Bouaziz, Z., Baili, M. et al. Influence of interpolation type in high-speed machining (HSM). Int J Adv Manuf Technol 72, 289–302 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00170-014-5652-7

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Keywords

  • Machining
  • Polynomial interpolation
  • Modeling
  • Simulation
  • HSM