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Data Management for Error Compensation and Process Control

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Author(s)

Herbert T. Bandy, David E. Gilsinn

Abstract

Strategies for managing data flow are described for a system which controls processes to compensate machine tool and process errors. A CAD representation of the part is the basis for generating the data used in the processes and analyses. A process-oriented view of part features is used for tracking data regarding design, part programming, manufacture, error compensation, and inspection. Part ID and file name nomenclature have been developed to facilitate data identification. All data are stored in a database, enabling error trends over time to be studied so that error compensation algorithms may be refined.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings of the SPIE Conference on Modeling Simulation (and Control Technologies for Manufacturing)
Volume
Vol.2596
Conference Dates
October 25-26, 1995
Conference Location
Philadelphia, PA, USA
Conference Title
Simulation (and Control Technologies for Manufacturing)

Keywords

Error compensation, Machine tool modeling, Machining, Manufacturing Equipment

Citation

Bandy, H. and Gilsinn, D. (1995), Data Management for Error Compensation and Process Control, Proceedings of the SPIE Conference on Modeling Simulation (and Control Technologies for Manufacturing), Philadelphia, PA, USA (Accessed May 29, 2024)

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Created December 31, 1994, Updated October 12, 2021