IJAT Vol.14 No.3 pp. 467-474
doi: 10.20965/ijat.2020.p0467

Technical Paper:

Investigation of Internal Thread Cutting Phenomena in Three Axes by Controlling Helical Interpolate Motion Considering Tool Position Information from Servo-Drive

Shota Matsui*,†, Nobutoshi Ozaki*, Toshiki Hirogaki*, Eiichi Aoyama*, and Takamasa Yamamoto**

*Doshisha University
1-3 Tataramiyakodani, Kyotanabe-shi, Kyoto 610-0394, Japan

Corresponding author

**Yamamoto Metal Technos Co., Ltd., Osaka, Japan

September 17, 2019
December 25, 2019
May 5, 2020
thread-mill, machining center, internal thread cutting, cutting force, helical interpolation

In this study, the authors investigate improving the precision of a thread by deriving its radial force (thrust force) with a four-component piezoelectric dynamometer and thread cutting by helical interpolation motion using a thread mill. The accuracy of the thread is discussed with respect to changing hardness of the work material. In addition, by recording the position information at the time of thread cutting from the servo guide on the data logger, the relationships among the cutting forces of the four components and the radial force are confirmed by various methods; further, the consistency of these relationships was confirmed.

Cite this article as:
S. Matsui, N. Ozaki, T. Hirogaki, E. Aoyama, and T. Yamamoto, “Investigation of Internal Thread Cutting Phenomena in Three Axes by Controlling Helical Interpolate Motion Considering Tool Position Information from Servo-Drive,” Int. J. Automation Technol., Vol.14 No.3, pp. 467-474, 2020.
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