Establishing the optimum structures of technological processing of machine tools for the machining center

  • Ion Stingaci Technical University of Moldova, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Transport, Department of Machine Building Technology
Keywords: machining, technological dimensional structures, design dimensional structure

Abstract

The following paper presents the processing of the piece on the machining centre. When the technological dimensional structures are optimal, they are similar to the dimensional structure of the piece. This similarity is ensured by using a marker of the machining centre – the axle of the revolving table. However, the piece has to be resized. It can be done in several variants with different machining accuracy required.

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Author Biography

Ion Stingaci, Technical University of Moldova, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Transport, Department of Machine Building Technology

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Ion Stîngaci received BSc (2009), MSc (2011) and DSc (2012) at the Technical University of Moldova. Since 2006, he is a researcher at the Department of Machines Construction Technology at the Technical University of Moldova, where currently he works as a lecturer professor. His scientific interests focus on ensuring precision in machining and assembly using dimensional analysis. He participated in 1 international and 4 national research projects, presented results of his work at 4 international and 15 national conferences, published more than 46 scientific papers in international and national journals, book chapters, as well as conference proceedings. He is also the author of 2 methodical indications and 7 national patents.

Published
2017-11-01
How to Cite
Stingaci, I. (2017) “Establishing the optimum structures of technological processing of machine tools for the machining center”, Journal of Mechanical and Energy Engineering, 1(2), pp. 135-140. Available at: http://jmee.tu.koszalin.pl/ojs/index.php/jmee/article/view/30 (Accessed: 15December2018).
Section
Mechanical Engineering