Study and investigation on the mechanism and design of smart quick stop device on scrutiny of chip formation of Al 7075

Szerzők

  • Samad Dadvandipour University of Miskolc

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.35925/j.multi.2020.3.24

Kulcsszavak:

Study, Investigation, Mechanism, Chip formation, quick stop devices

Absztrakt

On the application of information engineering, especially in industry, we usually need to have a study on those problems which are essential for the producers of goods of any kind. Even though the precision machining is very competitive in the world market and industry, and the quick stop device has few competitors; however, still, many manufacturing factories use conventional types of equipment and machining methods. Furthermore, the decision-makers of these factories are not able to go on parallel with the new and intelligent technologies for the solution of the tribulations during the processes of machine cells due to different conditions and problems.  To our understanding, the chip formation has become a critical problem in machining processes of metal cutting, at these types of manufacturing companies for its sophisticated pattern structure. The present paper aims at reviewing some samples of quick stop devices and discussing their functionalities. The discussion and reviewing yielded a design of a new and straightforward smart, quick stop device. The new device operates without making use of any unpredictable charges and requiring any particular tool or machining condition for turning operations. The prototype smart, quick stop device resulted in well and adequate functionality for research work and was used to study the chip formation. Moreover, it is different from conventional ones as it is mounted on the workpiece rather than the tool, which gives advantages to its functionality. The study has a further application for smart detection of chip shape formation in an intelligent industrial environment. Still, the current paper is only devoted to the development and design of a quick stop device in turning processes.

Megjelent

2020-07-30