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IJAT Vol.11 No.2 pp. 165-170
doi: 10.20965/ijat.2017.p0165
(2017)

Paper:

Increasing the Performance of Processing Machines by Executing Output Rate Dependent Motion Profiles

Olaf Holowenko, Bernd Kauschinger, and Steffen Ihlenfeldt

Institute of Machine Tools and Control Engineering (IWM), Technische Universität Dresden
Helmholtzstr. 7a, 01062 Dresden, Germany

Corresponding author

Received:
August 1, 2016
Accepted:
November 8, 2016
Published:
March 1, 2017
Keywords:
processing machines, real-time control systems, multi-axis NC-machines, 1D/2D-splines
Abstract

From the economic point of view, rising the output rate of processing machines is a key requirement. Thereby, particular demands are to be met, i.e., product quality, process stability, energy consumption, impact of surroundings, or safety at work. Rising the output rate is limited, if only one of these demands can not longer be met. In this paper, a novel control approach is presented that allows to change the executed motion profile due to the actual output rate. Increasing the machine’s performance is evaluated on experimental results. Unused potentials of servo drives are opened up to generate highly dynamic multi-axis motions in processing machines.

Cite this article as:
O. Holowenko, B. Kauschinger, and S. Ihlenfeldt, “Increasing the Performance of Processing Machines by Executing Output Rate Dependent Motion Profiles,” Int. J. Automation Technol., Vol.11, No.2, pp. 165-170, 2017.
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