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Ueberlagerte Achsen bei einer Vorrichtung zur Bearbeitung eines Werkstuecks mit einem Werkzeug

Device for machining work piece, particularly for milling, deburring, laser cutting, laser welding and drilling of work piece, has handling unit for receiving tool or work piece to be machined
 
: Pott, A.; Meyer, C.; Puzik, A.

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DE 102009014766 A: 20090325
DE 102009014766 A: 20090325
B25J0009
G05B0019
Deutsch
Patent, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer IPA ()

Abstract
(A1) Die vorliegende Erfindung bezieht sich auf eine Vorrichtung zur Bearbeitung eines Werkstuecks mit einem Werkzeug, wobei die durch eine Handhabungseinheit, insbesondere einen Roboterarm, aufgrund dessen mangelnder Steifigkeit resultierenden Fehler mittels ueberlagerter Achsen in Form einer dynamisch von der Handhabungseinheit entkoppelten Ausgleichsaktorik ausgeglichen werden.

 

DE 102009014766 A1 UPAB: 20101011 NOVELTY - The device has a handling unit (3) for receiving a tool (2) or a work piece (1) to be machined and for the movement of a received element on a predetermined target path of motion relative to a coordinate system (K1). A stationary receiving unit (4) is arranged in the coordinate system and is dynamically decoupled from the handling unit for receiving the work piece to be machined. A compensation actuator is formed for executing a compensation movement relative to the coordinate system with another incorporated element. DETAILED DESCRIPTION - An INDEPENDENT CLAIM is also included for a method for machining a work piece. USE - Device for machining a work piece, particularly for milling, deburring, laser cutting, laser welding and drilling of a work piece, particularly for milling, deburring, laser cutting, laser welding and drilling of a work piece with an industrial robot (Claimed). ADVANTAGE - The device has a handling unit for receiving a tool or a work piece to be machined and for the movement of a received element on a predetermined target path of motion relative to a coordinate system, where a compensation actuator is formed for executing a compensation movement relative to the coordinate system with another incorporated element, and hence ensures high precision with a simple and cost effective machining device.

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