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Sensorless compensation system for thermal deformations of ball screws in machine tools drives

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Simplifications of the volumetric error model because of the structural loop of machine tools

REFERENCES [1] ISO 10791-1;2015: Test conditions for machining centres - Part 1: Geometric tests for machines with horizontal spindle (horizontal Z-axis) [2] ISO 10791-2;2001 : Test conditions for machining centres - Part 2: Geometric tests for machines with vertical spindle or universal heads with vertical primary rotary axis (vertical Z-axis) [3] ISO 841; 2001 : Industrial automation systems and integration. Numerical control of machines. Coordinate system and motion nomenclature [4] ISO TR-16907; 2015 : Machine tools – numerical

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Influence of Tool Balancing in High Speed Machining

.W.; Mitchell, B.J. (2008)The Basic of Balancing, Balance Technology Inc. Haimer (2009) Manual Haimer Tool Dynamic ISO 1940/1 (2003) Mechanical vibration. Balance quality requirements for rotors in a constant (rigid) state. Kováč, M.; Zvončan, M.; Peterka, J. (2011) Influence of tool balancing on machined surface quality in High Speed Machining, Journal of Production Engineering, vol. 15 (1), p. 11-14. ISSN : 1863-7353 Layne, M.H. (2007) Detecting and Correcting Unbalance in Toolholders for High

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Development of a computational model of a lightweight vertical lathe with the use of superelements

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Odel of Dynamic Integration of Lean Shop Floor Management Within the Organizational Management System


The key to achieve a sustainable development lies in the customer satisfaction through improved quality, reduced cost, reduced delivery lead times and proper communication. The objective of the lean manufacturing system (LMS) is to identify and eliminate the processes and resources which do not add value to a product. The following paper aims to present a proposal of further development of integrated management systems in organizations through the implementation of lean shop floor management. In the first part of the paper, a dynamic model of the implementation steps will be presented. Furthermore, the paper underlines the importance of implementing a lean culture parallel with each step of integrating the lean methods and tools. The paper also describes the Toyota philosophy, tools, and the supporting lean culture necessary to implementing an efficient lean system in productive organizations

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Reproducibility of machine tools’ circularity test according to ISO 230-4 with respect to testing position

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Comparison of various tool wear prediction methods during end milling of metal matrix composite

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The Influence of the Type of Coating on the Cutting Tool Wear During Turning Of 316L Austenitic Stainless Steel

References [1] Pusavec F., Kramar D., Krajnik P., Kopac J.,Transitioning to sustainable production -Part II: Evaluation of sustainable machining technologies, J Clean Prod,18, 12(2010)1211-1221. [2] Biermann D., Iovkov I.,Modelling, simulation and compensation of thermal effects for complex machining processes, Prod Eng, 9, 4(2015)433-435. [3] Zębala W., Kowalczyk R.,Estimating the effect of cutting data on surface roughness and cutting force during WC-Co turning with PCD tool using Taguchi design and ANOVA

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