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Development of Reconfigurable Five-axis Machine Tool Using OPEN Computer Numerical Control System Integration Architecture

Yuan-Ming Cheng and Mu-Sheng Lin

(Received July 7, 2020; Accepted November 2, 2020)

Keywords: parallel mechanism, five-axis machine tool, OPEN CNC, postprocessing

The purpose of this study is to use an OPEN computer numerical control (CNC) system to develop a reconfigurable five-axis machine tool (RFMT) for system integration research. The RFMT is mainly composed of a three-degree-of-freedom parallel platform and an X–Y table. In the study, the human–machine interface of OPEN CNC was written, and the programmable logic controller (PLC) architecture of OPEN CNC is used to control three-axis simultaneous movement or individual drives. The processing path of this study uses a postprocessing program to transfer the numerical control (NC) code with five-axis machining software, and the Z, α, and β values of the NC program are used to convert each axis value of a three-axis motion platform by inverse kinematics. Finally, rough and finishing methods are used to cut a concave circle to verify the accuracy of RFMT.

Corresponding author: Yuan-Ming Cheng

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