Last edited by Meztigrel
Thursday, July 16, 2020 | History

2 edition of Methods for testing the accuracy of machine tools found in the catalog.

Methods for testing the accuracy of machine tools

British Standards Institution.

Methods for testing the accuracy of machine tools

by British Standards Institution.

  • 43 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by B.S.I. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBritish Standards Institution.
SeriesBS 3800
The Physical Object
Pagination39p.
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14372232M

  When the same model is tested on a test set with 60% samples of class A and 40% samples of class B, then the test accuracy would drop down to 60%. Classification Accuracy is great, but gives us the false sense of achieving high accuracy. The real problem arises, when the cost of misclassification of the minor class samples are very high. accuracy of machine tools and methods of test - specification for numerically controlled turning machines up to and including mm turning diameter: bs (): accuracy of machine tools and methods of test - specification for surface finish of test pieces.

Accuracy of machine tools and methods of test. This document has been re-assessed by the committee, and judged to still be up to date. Table of contents are automatically generated, and may not be % accurate. Test code for machine tools. Determination of accuracy and repeatability of positioning of numerically controlled axes. evaluating machine accuracy performance as a machine tool, the machine as a measuring machine with probes in the spindle, machine cutting performance and, optionally, the machining of test parts for the assessment of point-to-point machining capability and contouring capability. ISO

The more convenient and probably more accurate method is to use a Screw Thread Micrometer: Screw Thread Micrometers have interchangeable tips because they have to match the angle of threads. For a source of all the key dimensional data on thousands of threads, check out our G . However, as the accuracy of machine tools has increased, accuracy standards and calibration methods must change accordingly. Until the past few years, machine tool accuracy was measured based on displacement, e.g. linear measurement along each of the three axes of a machine tool.


Share this book
You might also like
Higher education.

Higher education.

Application of Queueing Theory (Monographs on Statistics and Applied Probability)

Application of Queueing Theory (Monographs on Statistics and Applied Probability)

Proceedings. Series B. Physical sciences

Proceedings. Series B. Physical sciences

The Christian Wedding

The Christian Wedding

Olivia Cappucino Mug

Olivia Cappucino Mug

Exercise and the elderly

Exercise and the elderly

Hydrogeology and results of injection tests at waste-injection test sites in Pinellas County, Florida

Hydrogeology and results of injection tests at waste-injection test sites in Pinellas County, Florida

The North Carolina birding trail

The North Carolina birding trail

Trade index

Trade index

New markets tax credit program

New markets tax credit program

Speech of the Hon. Francis Baylies, before the Whigs of Taunton, on the 13th of Sept., 1837

Speech of the Hon. Francis Baylies, before the Whigs of Taunton, on the 13th of Sept., 1837

John Keats

John Keats

Beany-Eye.

Beany-Eye.

Ancillary Relief

Ancillary Relief

Catalogue of the ChIng Dynasty Kuan Ware Porcelain

Catalogue of the ChIng Dynasty Kuan Ware Porcelain

Methods for testing the accuracy of machine tools by British Standards Institution. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Schlesinger's Testing Machine Tools - PDF Came across this, and thought it interesting: That is the crappy version made by someone with no idea how to scan a book. This one is far superior. Testing Machine Tools pdf. Kraehe, jhruska liked this post Quick Navigation Antique Machinery and History Top.

Site Areas. ness. Requirements for accuracy of the machine tools result from the required precision of components manufactured on the machine. Geometric accuracy of the machine tool is the precision of shape and posi-tion of its individual parts and their mutual movements. Accuracy of parts machined on CNC machines depends crucially on the machine Size: KB.

Today, two principles are used in testing the accuracy of three-coordinate measuring machines and machine tools: measurement of the machine components, and measurement (or production) of master.

and tilt), straightness, squareness, parallelism and accuracy (linear and angular). This revised parametric method of describing machines makes it easier for the Process Engineers to understand the effects of errors.

2 Errors Machine errors Six degrees of freedom - linear motion Machine elements moving along a linear axis are constrained in space by a variety of bearing systems.

Definition of Accuracy • Resolution is how detailed your story is ¾The smallest discernible changein the parameter of interest that can be detected by the instrument, ¾The smallest positional incrementthat can be commanded of a motion control system, ¾The smallest programmable step, ¾The smallest mechanical step the machine can make during point to point Size: KB.

A simple method for testing measuring machines and machine tools Part 1" Principles and applications J. Bryan* Rapid, precise indications of the two or three dimensional accuracy of a machine can be obtained using magnetic ball bars; fixed and telescoping versions have been developed.

Created Date: 12/9/ PM. enhancement of machine tool accuracy. As a final test on the use of the devised compensation, several workpieces have been manufactured. The results show an enhancement of the practical achievable accuracy on a commercially available machine tool by a factor 2. Finally, conclusions are drawn with respect to the achieved improvement in accuracy.

Virtually every machine tool builder lists, as part of a machine's specification, accuracy and repeatability figures. What's generally not given is the method used to arrive at the figures. Though these methods are defined in linear positioning standards, not all builders use the same standards.

3 different methods for testing accuracy of predictive models from 3 leading analytics experts - Karl Rexer, John Elder, and Dean Abbott explain using lift charts, randomization testing. ISO specifies methods for testing and evaluating the accuracy and repeatability of the positioning of numerically controlled machine tool axes by direct measurement of individual axes on the machine.

These methods apply equally to linear and rotary axes. When several axes are simultaneously under test, the methods do not apply. ISO can be used for type testing, acceptance tests, comparison testing Price: $ Methods Machine Tools partners with you, from selecting and configuring the right machine for a job to helping finance the purchase that generates profits.

AS featured powerful milling drive, high speed high accuracy C-Axis and in stroke Y-axis ensures production of finished parts, and the elimination of secondary operations, such. The aim of this part of ISO is to standardize methods of testing the accuracy of machine tools, operating either under no-load or under finishing conditions, by means of geometric and machining cturer: Multiple.

Distributed through American National Standards Institute. Productivity and accuracy of machine tools are important competition aspects. Rapidly changing operating conditions for machine tools, however, make it diffi cult to increase productivity and accuracy.

In the manufacture of parts, increasingly small batch sizes have to be produced economically, and yet accurately. The major tests that are conducted on machine tool are: •Testing the quality of the slide ways and the locating surfaces •Testing the accuracy of the main spindle and its alignment with respect to other parts of the machine tool.

•Testing the accuracy of the parts produced by the machine tool. 40 Machine Tool Alignment Tests. accuracy of machine tools and methods of test - specification for surface finish of test pieces Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below) ISO BS ISO Machine tools.

Test conditions for testing the accuracy of boring and milling machines with horizontal spindle. Machines with movable column and movable table BS ISO Test conditions for machining centres.

Accuracy and repeatability of. BS Accuracy of machine tools and methods of test. Specification for plano-milling machines, portal type BS Accuracy of machine tools and methods of test.

Specification for numerically controlled turning machines up to and including mm turning diameter. MACHINING OPERATIONS AND MACHINE TOOLS. Turning and Related Operations. Drilling and Related Operations. Milling. Machining & Turning Centers. characterize CNC machine tools.

A simple minute check with a ball bar can often provide much of the information needed to verify a machine's performance. If the machine is out of spec, the same tool can provide the data to diagnose many errors. It's also particularly useful in acceptance testing of new machines. Test Code for Machine tools - Part 2: Determination of accuracy and repeatability of positioning numerically controlled axes.

Older Versions: o ISO Other international standards based on the ISO standard o GB/T () (China) Test code for machine tools .Provides procedures for machine tool testing Facilitates machine tool performance comparisons by: – unifying terminology – classifying machine tools – addressing the treatment of environmental effects – describing tests and methods of tests The B standard also – addresses most issues faced by the majority of machine tool builders.A compensation method is proposed that increases significantly the accuracy of the dressing process.

The method proved to be highly effective and could be used to reduce many of the inherent process errors except those related to machine accuracy and repeatability.

With the high level of machine accuracy of ultraprecision machine tools.