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Design and Development of Special Purpose Turning Centre


Prof. S. S. More , PVPIT, Bavdhan, Pune.; Rohit S. Ambekar, PVPIT, Bavdhan, Pune.; Manohar S. Dhanave, PVPIT, Bavdhan, Pune.; Amrut R. Awad , PVPIT, Bavdhan, Pune.; Onkar M. Jadhav, PVPIT, Bavdhan, Pune.



The operation of machining by lathe is one of the most common operations in automobiles and machining industries. The process is able to generate cylindrical bars under a wider variety of diameter using different materials, metallic or non-metallic (copper, wood, aluminum, brass, steel etc.). However, when more complex geometrics are required, additional machines are used. Like milling machine and machine under numerical control (CNC) and multiple axles. The possibilities of joining circles, polygons, angular motion and synchronism, open the mind to multiple figures (shapes) and movements, which can generate different geometries. This report aims to demonstrate that both operations (turning and milling), can be made at the same time and at the same machine, special but simpler lathe. The studies of geometry, associated with calculus (trigonometry) and angular motion gives basis and sustain this statement. Test in bench materialize the idea and reinforce this thesis.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV6I40212
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 4
Publication Date: 01/07/2018
Page(s): 216-219

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