Cutting Force Analysis
Machining force feedback refers to the process of measuring and providing information about the forces acting on a tool during the machining process. This can be done through various methods, such as sensors on the tool or machine, or through calculations based on the cutting parameters and material properties. The force feedback can be used to optimize the machining process, improve the surface finish and dimensional accuracy of the machined part, and extend the life of the tool. It can also be used for real-time monitoring of the machining process to detect any deviations from the desired cutting conditions and take corrective action if necessary.
Uphold Safety Standards
By detecting changes in the material properties of aircraft components, which may indicate the presence of defects or other deleterious mechanisms. Early detection leads to corrective action to ensure that the final product meets all necessary safety standards.
Enhanced Production Safety
By minimising energy usage and reduce the amount of waste material generated. Sub-standard material can also be identified earlier, and upcycled to other industries. This can help to lower the carbon footprint of the manufacturing operation and contribute to more sustainable manufacturing practices.