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Spindle drive with thin film sensor system

Fraunhofer IST

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Topic: Adapronics - Producing quiet

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Wood processing is becoming an ever faster process. Cutting and feeding rates up to 24 thousand revolutions per minute have already been achieved in high-speed machining. With high speed the kinetic energies also increase. They pose a high safety risk for operators and can lead to considerable damage to machines in case of disturbances. As a measuring and monitoring system, the novel thin film sensor system developed at Fraunhofer IST ensures a resource-efficient, flexible, and safe production process even at extreme speeds.

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Sensors for cutting processes

The cost-efficiency of cutting processes is reduced by the occurrence of poorly punched sheet metal parts or by cutting-tool fractures. There is an ever-greater need for on-line process monitoring systems. The cutting force is directly affected by die-clearance reductions and tool wear. Piezoresistive ...read more

Optimized control of deep-drawing processes

In many industrial forming processes, fluctuation in the process parameters leads to badly formed parts, tears or wrinkles. In order to improve cost-effectiveness in, for example, deep drawing and hydroforming, scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute for Surface Engineering and Thin Films IST and the ...read more

Spindle drive with thin film sensor system

Wood processing is becoming an ever faster process. Cutting and feeding rates up to 24 thousand revolutions per minute have already been achieved in high-speed machining. With high speed the kinetic energies also increase. They pose a high safety risk for operators and can lead to considerable damage ...read more

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