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|Title:||Five-axis tool path generation for sculptured surface machining using rational bézier motions of a flat-end cutter|
|Keywords:||5-axis tool path generation|
Gouging and collision avoidance
Rational bézier motion
Sculptured surface machining
|Source:||Zhang, W.,Zhang, Y.F.,Ge, Q.J. (2004). Five-axis tool path generation for sculptured surface machining using rational bézier motions of a flat-end cutter. Computer-Aided Design and Applications 1 (1-4) : 251-260. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||This paper presents an efficient approach that uses rational Bézier motions to generate 5-axis tool path for sculptured surface machining (finish cut) with a flat-end cutter. A method is proposed in which dual quaternion is used to represent a spatial displacement. The representation of kinematic motions for the cutter bottom circle of the flat-end cutter is then formulated. Based on that, a new approach for tool path generation using rational Bézier cutter motions is described, in which key issues such as interference avoidance and surface accuracy requirement are addressed.|
|Source Title:||Computer-Aided Design and Applications|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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