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Analysis of Dynamic Cross Response between Spindles in a Dual Spindle Type Multi-Functional Turning Machine

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In order to meet increasing demand for higher productivity and flexibility, recently many kinds of multi-functional machine tools, which are capable of multiple machining functions or different kinds of machining processes on one machine, have been developed and widely used in manufacturing industries. In this study, a multi-functional turning lathe, which has two spindles and two turrets so that multiple turning operations and various machining processes could be performed simultaneously, has been developed. Furthermore, the equations of correlation between whole responses and cross responses of the two spindles have been derived to examine to what extent the two spindles affect each other’s vibrations.

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Choi, Y. , Kim, S. , Seo, T. and Kim, K. (2013) Analysis of Dynamic Cross Response between Spindles in a Dual Spindle Type Multi-Functional Turning Machine. Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 1, 20-24. doi: 10.4236/jpee.2013.17004.


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