Contour error compensation based on feed rate adjustment

Li, Jiangang, Wang, Yiming, Shu, Qin, Huang, Deqing and Li, Yanan (2021) Contour error compensation based on feed rate adjustment. The 16th IEEE Conference on Industrial Electronics and Applications (ICIEA 2021), Chengdu, China, 1-4 August 2021. Published in: 2020 16th IEEE Conference on Industrial Electronics and Applications (ICIEA). IEEE ISSN 2156-2318 ISBN 9781665446716

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To improve the performance of computer numerical control (CNC) machining, especially for large-curvature trajectories, this paper presents a contour error compensation algorithm based on reference trajectory modification. In order to estimate the contour error accurately and efficiently, a contour error estimation model is established. The reference trajectory is modified on the basis of the estimated contour error and partitioned into different segments, which adopt different feed rates according to a corner detection algorithm. The effectiveness of this contour error compensation algorithm is verified by experiments on a CNC machine tool.

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