EMO Hannover 2019,
16 - 21 September
The deviation of the tool path during machining has so far been a major challenge for the user: it significantly influences the quality of the final workpiece, but is usually unknown. In order to avoid deviations, complex tests on the workpiece are therefore necessary, which can only be reacted to with a time delay. Scientists at Fraunhofer IWU have now developed a monitoring system that generates precise information about the real tool path in practically real time and thus enables corrections to be made during machining or even in the path planning process. The uneconomical testing effort can thus be reduced by a factor of 10 in individual applications.Translated with DeepL
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