Design Principles of Metal-Cutting Machine Tools discusses the fundamentals aspects of machine tool design. The book covers the design consideration of metal-cutting machine, such as static and dynamic stiffness, operational speeds, gearboxes, manual, and automatic control. The text first details the data calculation and the general requirements of the machine tool. Next, the book discusses the design principles, which include stiffness and rigidity of the separate constructional elements and their combined behavior under load, as well as electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic drives for the operational movements. The next section deals with automatic control, including its principles, constructional elements, and applications. The last section tackles the design of constructional elements, such as machine tool structures, spindles and spindle bearings, and control and operating devices. The book will be of great use to mechanical and manufacturing engineers. Individuals involved in materials manufacturing industry will also benefit from the book.For the 12-speed gearbox, the following speeds (q)12 = 1.4) may be chosen (see Table 11): 31.5, 45, 63, 90, 125, 180, 250, 355, 500, 710, 1000, 1400 and for the 18-speed gear box (p18 = 1.25): 35.5, 45, 56, 71, 90, 112, 140, 180, 224, 280, 355, 450, 560, ... Inaquot;.9%r: Driving shaft * Inferchangeable gears teeth 4, see page 86), drives the spindle in reverse by means of the intermediate gear on shaft II ( both transmission ratios 1 ... The speed diagram for the 18-speed gearbox is shown in.
|Title||:||Design Principles of Metal-Cutting Machine Tools|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-09-11|