Advances in the INTEFIX case studies 1.1 and 3.1 now available to download

12 March 2015

INTEFIX project (FP7 Grant Agreement 609306) aims to increase the performance of the machining processes by the use of intelligent fixture systems, allowing the monitoring, control and adaptation of the process to obtain suitable results according to precision, quality and cost requirements.

The case study 1.1 focuses on the identification and avoidance of critical workpiece vibrations in machining the thin walled blade elements of impellers and blisks (blade integrated disks). Such workpiece vibrations lead to instable process conditions, unacceptable surface quality and defective parts, increased tool loads and resulting wear, as well as higher dynamic forces affecting the
spindle and bearings.
Download the full case study 1.1 here.
The case Study 3.1 aims at developing a system for automatic workpiece adjustment and its clamping in additional points without deformation or with defined pre-deformation if necessary.
Download the full case study 3.1 here.
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