STRUCTURAL – FUNCTIONAL ANALYSES OF KINEMATICS OF MACHINE TOOLS AND OF MACHINING CENTERS IN CORELATION WITH TYPE AND MACHINING COMPLEXITY OF THE PIECES
The paper presents a structural-functional analyses regarding the kinematic structure of different types of machine tools or machining centers. Assignation of degrees of freedom between tool-piece-device-machine, elements component of one technological system MDSP determine a series of kinematical structures of machine tools or machining centers, each of them with its advantages and disadvantages. All elements component from a MDSP system are interacting between them, indirectly or directly, depend on processing existent on pieces with complex surfaces.Key words: machining centers, machine tools with numerical command, kinematic structures.
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