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Mechanics of Accuracy in Engineering Design of Machines and Robots Volume I: Nominal Functioning and Geometric Accuracy

By
Vladimir T. Portman
Vladimir T. Portman
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ISBN:
9780791861615
No. of Pages:
496
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2018

The goal of the kinematic setup is to express the (n+M)parameters q1, q2,…,qn+M of the FSF through parameters of the target element (machined workpiece, measured part, assembled parts, etc.). In robotics, this procedure is known as the inverse kinematics problem, whose solution has been studied in detail during past decades. Industrial robots, modern machine tools and CMMs are produced as flexible machines for multifunctional applications to provide a wide spectrum of technological operations. As is customary in high-technology equipment, two interrelated tools are applied to provide flexibility and multi-functionality:

6.1
Problem Formulation
6.2
Constraint synthesis
6.3
Setup of Multi-Axis Machines
6.4
Lathe setup
6.5
Setup of the gearing and threading machines
6.6
Conclusion
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