The implementation of high-speed machining for the manufacture of discrete parts requires accurate knowledge of the system dynamics. We describe the application of receptance coupling substructure analysis (RCSA) to the analytic prediction of the tool point dynamic response by combining frequency response measurements of individual components through appropriate connections. Experimental verification of the receptance coupling method for various tool geometries (e.g., diameter and length) and holders (HSK 63A collet and shrink fit) is given. A tool tuning case study demonstrates the prediction of changes in the system dynamic response and process stability for tool length variation.
Citation: Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering-Transactions of the ASME
Pub Type: Journals
high-speed machining, receptance coupling, substructure analysis