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Application and Analysis of Force Control Strategies to Deburring and Grinding

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This paper aims to give an insight into the development and evaluation of force controlled machining processes with a commercially available setup. We will focus on a deburring and a grinding scenario, representing the major applications in today’s robot machining. Whereas the deburring use-case implements a force dependent feed-rate control, the grinding use-case implements an orthogonal force (pressure) control. Both strategies will be evaluated and the influence of general machining and robot specific parameters will be discussed.

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F. Domroes, C. Krewet and B. Kuhlenkoetter, "Application and Analysis of Force Control Strategies to Deburring and Grinding," Modern Mechanical Engineering, Vol. 3 No. 2A, 2013, pp. 11-18. doi: 10.4236/mme.2013.32A002.

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