The Improvement of the Closed Bounded Volume (CBV) Evaluation Methods to Compute a Feasible Rough Machining Area Based on Faceted Models

Himawan Hadi Sutrisno, Gandjar Kiswanto, Jos Istiyanto

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Abstract

The rough machining is aimed at shaping a workpiece towards to its final form. This process takes up a big proportion of the machining time due to the removal of the bulk material which may affect the total machining time. In certain models, the rough machining has limitations especially on certain surfaces such as turbine blade and impeller. CBV evaluation is one of the concepts which is used to detect of areas admissible in the process of machining. While in the previous research, CBV area detection used a pair of normal vectors, in this research, the writer simplified the process to detect CBV area with a slicing line for each point cloud formed. The simulation resulted in three steps used for this method and they are: 1. Triangulation from CAD design models, 2. Development of CC point from the point cloud, 3. The slicing line method which is used to evaluate each point cloud position (under CBV and outer CBV). The result of this evaluation method can be used as a tool for orientation set-up on each CC point position of feasible areas in rough machining.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012041
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Volume215
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 27 Jul 2017
Event5th International Conference on Manufacturing, Optimization, Industrial and Material Engineering 2017, MOIME 2017 - Legian, Bali, Indonesia
Duration: 1 Apr 20162 Apr 2016

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