Practical experience of thermal testing with reference to ISO 230 Part 3

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Abstract

Thermal errors in machine tools can represent up to 70% of the total positional accuracy of machine tools. The significance of temperature-induced errors led to the introduction of an international standard method of testing for thermal effects. A wide range of machine tools has been measured and assessed by the Ultra Precision Engineering Centre (UPEC) to advise on thermal error avoidance and to implement error correction where appropriate. This paper presents some results taken from these machines and discusses the implications for manufactured parts. Attention is also drawn to the problem of distinguishing from the various sources of thermal effects during tests that may take several hours in a variety of workshop conditions. The results suggest that some deviation from the standard can provide more process-specific information.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLaser Metrology and Machine Performance VI
EditorsDerek G. Ford
Place of PublicationSouthampton
PublisherWIT Press
Pages473-483
Number of pages11
ISBN (Print)1853129909, 9781853129902
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2003
Event6th International Conference on Laser Metrology, Machine Tool, CMM and Robot Performance - University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, United Kingdom
Duration: 1 Jul 20033 Jul 2003
Conference number: 6

Publication series

NameWIT Transactions on Engineering Sciences
PublisherWIT Press
Volume44
ISSN (Print)1743-3533

Conference

Conference6th International Conference on Laser Metrology, Machine Tool, CMM and Robot Performance
Abbreviated titleLAMDAMAP 2003
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityHuddersfield
Period1/07/033/07/03

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Machine tools
Thermal effects
Testing
Precision engineering
Error correction
Hot Temperature
Temperature

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Longstaff, A. P., Fletcher, S., & Ford, D. G. (2003). Practical experience of thermal testing with reference to ISO 230 Part 3. In D. G. Ford (Ed.), Laser Metrology and Machine Performance VI (pp. 473-483). (WIT Transactions on Engineering Sciences; Vol. 44). Southampton: WIT Press.
Longstaff, Andrew P. ; Fletcher, Simon ; Ford, Derek G. / Practical experience of thermal testing with reference to ISO 230 Part 3. Laser Metrology and Machine Performance VI. editor / Derek G. Ford. Southampton : WIT Press, 2003. pp. 473-483 (WIT Transactions on Engineering Sciences).
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Longstaff, AP, Fletcher, S & Ford, DG 2003, Practical experience of thermal testing with reference to ISO 230 Part 3. in DG Ford (ed.), Laser Metrology and Machine Performance VI. WIT Transactions on Engineering Sciences, vol. 44, WIT Press, Southampton, pp. 473-483, 6th International Conference on Laser Metrology, Machine Tool, CMM and Robot Performance, Huddersfield, United Kingdom, 1/07/03.

Practical experience of thermal testing with reference to ISO 230 Part 3. / Longstaff, Andrew P.; Fletcher, Simon; Ford, Derek G.

Laser Metrology and Machine Performance VI. ed. / Derek G. Ford. Southampton : WIT Press, 2003. p. 473-483 (WIT Transactions on Engineering Sciences; Vol. 44).

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Longstaff AP, Fletcher S, Ford DG. Practical experience of thermal testing with reference to ISO 230 Part 3. In Ford DG, editor, Laser Metrology and Machine Performance VI. Southampton: WIT Press. 2003. p. 473-483. (WIT Transactions on Engineering Sciences).