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## Cutter Workpiece Engagement Calculations for Five-axis Milling using Composite Adaptively Sampled Distance Fields (2013)

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Citation Context ...id modeling, spatial partitioning and discrete vectors. An extensiveAuthor name / Procedia CIRP 00 (2013) 000–000 review appears in [1]. Solid modeling approaches use boundary representation (B-rep) =-=[2]-=- which is not practical for complex milling tools and long tool paths because of high computational cost and data storage. Another most common approach is cell decomposition using spatial partitioning... |

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Citation Context ...)) P� q S � inf q��sweep ( S, M ( t)) 2 (2) (3) Finding the distance field of a swept volume requires computing the envelopes of the swept volume. This process is difficult for general 5-axis motions =-=[12]-=-. Instead the computation of distance field is handled by an inverted trajectory approach where the problem isAuthor name / Procedia CIRP 00 (2013) 000–00 solved in tool coordinate frame instead coor... |

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Citation Context ...point vector method, approximates the machined surface by a discrete set of points and vectors. The cutting is simulated by calculating the intersection of these vectors with the cutter swept volumes =-=[6]-=-. A new method uses composite adaptively sampled distance fields (cADF) to represent the machined surface enabling fast and accurate simulation, and compact data structure [1]. One of the fundamental ... |

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Citation Context ... due to the complex and changing tool/workpiece intersection during NC milling. For example, B-rep based methods can analytically compute this surface for simple milling tools and 2.5 axis tool paths =-=[2, 7]-=-. However, they are impractical for complex motions due to high computational costs. Polygon based methods also receive some attention; however the accuracy of these methods [8-9] is limited by the po... |

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Citation Context ...on angles around primary and secondary axis respectively. In the literature, a few methods have been employed for five-axis milling. A new solid modeling based approach called parallel slicing method =-=[11]-=- has been developed for five-axis flank milling operations where the removed volume is sliced into a number of parallel planes along the intermediate axis of cutter locations. When all the existing me... |

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Citation Context ...ature, and they can be categorized into three major approaches: solid modeling, spatial partitioning and discrete vectors. An extensiveAuthor name / Procedia CIRP 00 (2013) 000–000 review appears in =-=[1]-=-. Solid modeling approaches use boundary representation (B-rep) [2] which is not practical for complex milling tools and long tool paths because of high computational cost and data storage. Another mo... |

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Accuracy Computation of Geometric Properties of Cutter Workpiece Intersection using Distance Fields for
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Citation Context ...quirements for calculating high precision CWE surface. Another approach is to use distance fields to calculate the cutter workpiece engagements accurately, robustly and efficiently for 3-axis motions =-=[10]-=-. Five axis milling refers to the ability of the NC milling tool to perform movement about five different axes simultaneously. The machine’s NC data known as cutter location (CL) points, consist of a ... |