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Title: Design and analysis of a parallel mechanism for kinematically redundant hybrid planar laser cutting machine
Authors: Dede, Mehmet İsmet Can
Gezgin, Erkin
Kiper, Gökhan
Mastar, Ercan
Sığırtmaç, Tayfun
Uzunoğlu, Emre
Keywords: Kinematically redundant machine
Planar laser cutting machine
Dynamic balancing
Joint clearance
Issue Date: 2014
Source: Dede, M. İ. C., Gezgin, E., Kiper, G., Mastar, E., Sığırtmaç, T., & Uzunoğlu, E. (2014). Design and analysis of a parallel mechanism for kinematically redundant hybrid planar laser cutting machine. In Akkök, M, Erden, A., Kılıç, S. E., & Konukseven, E. İ. (Eds.). 16th International Conference on Machine Design and Production, İzmir, Turkey (pp. 810-822).
Abstract: Conventional planar laser cutting machines cannot achieve high accelerations, because the required precision values cannot be achieved due to the high inertial loads. Machines configured as kinematically redundant mechanisms are able to reach 5-6 g acceleration levels since they include a parallel mechanism with a smaller workspace which is exposed to smaller inertial loads. The study presented in this paper focuses on the design of a parallel planar mechanism to be integrated to the main axes of conventional planar laser cutting machines to achieve higher accelerations of the laser head up to 6 g. Parallel mechanism’s conceptual design and dynamic balancing studies are provided along with the joint clearance effect on precision due to having more joint structures.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11147/4210
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