How to control the precision of numerical control woodworking lathe

by:Gewinn     2020-04-24
Numerical control woodworking lathe is now the main use of wood processing industry equipment, the most prominent is the advantages of high machining accuracy, processing speed, can also processing complicated shape of the workpiece. So, in the numerical control woodworking in the operation of the lathe, the machining accuracy how to detect, and how to control? Generally speaking, the machining accuracy refers to the actual geometric parameters (parts processing after Size, shape and position) Consistent with ideal geometric parameters. The difference between them is called machining error. The size of the machining error reflects the machining precision of high and low. The larger the error precision the bottom; On the contrary, the smaller the error processing precision is higher. One of the biggest advantages is the wood CNC woodworking lathe processing and high precision. Machining accuracy is divided into the following three parts: dimensional accuracy: refers to the actual size of processed parts and components conform to the center of the size of the tolerance zone. Shape accuracy refers to the actual shape of the processed parts surface consistent with the geometry of the ideal. Location accuracy: refers to the processed parts about surface between to coincide with the actual location and ideal location. 1, the get method (the machining accuracy of size 1) Try cutting method ( 2) Adjustment method ( 3) Set the size method ( 4) The machining accuracy of automatic control method for shape method 2, for shape accuracy method ( 1) Locus method ( 2) Forming ( 3) Generating method 3, access to the machining accuracy of location methods ( 1) According to the surface of the workpiece is processed method for alignment; ( 2) The location precision of workpiece by fixture to ensure that the above is the method of numerical control woodworking lathe precision, hope to be of service.
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