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The Tool Path Generation by Using Configuration Space for Five-Axis Controlled Machining- Application to Rough Cutting by Using Square End Mill-

By Takuya Masuda and Koichi Morishige

Abstract

In recent years, five-axis controlled machine tool attracts attention from the increase in demand for improvement of productivity. Five-axis controlled machine tool which is added two axes for rotating and tilting to three translational axes, and can give arbitrary tool attitudes for a workpiece. Therefore, it has advantages to show as follows

Topics: 5-axis controlled machining, CAD/CAM, tool path generation, square end mill
Year: 2016
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