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Robot-Based Hybrid Production Concept

Baier, Christian and Hähn, Felix and Tepper, Cornelia and Weigold, Matthias Wulfsberg, Jens P. and Hintze, Wolfgang and Behrens, Bernd-Arno (eds.) (2019):
Robot-Based Hybrid Production Concept.
In: Production at the Leading Edge of Technology, Berlin, Germany, Springer Vieweg, pp. 451-460, [Book Section]

Abstract

The increased use of high-performance materials and ever-more com-plex component structures are challenges for manufacturing companies in need to find resource saving processes. Development potential can be found in the re-duction of production time, media reduction, suitable tools and the design of the processing machine itself. The avoidance of transport routes offers potential as well. Focussing on those potentials, the combination of additive and subtractive processes being based on an industrial robot in a hybrid production concept rep-resents an innovative approach. Using wire-based laser cladding, cold metal transfer welding as well as metal friction-surfacing enhances near net shape man-ufacturing saving additional resources. With the assist of qualified CAM tools and interposed laser line scanning, this process chain improves the production of lightweight components especially for the aerospace industry. In this publication robot-based hybrid manufacturing techniques and a method for increasing the machining quality by implementing a compliance compensation are introduced.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2019
Editors: Wulfsberg, Jens P. and Hintze, Wolfgang and Behrens, Bernd-Arno
Creators: Baier, Christian and Hähn, Felix and Tepper, Cornelia and Weigold, Matthias
Title: Robot-Based Hybrid Production Concept
Language: English
Abstract:

The increased use of high-performance materials and ever-more com-plex component structures are challenges for manufacturing companies in need to find resource saving processes. Development potential can be found in the re-duction of production time, media reduction, suitable tools and the design of the processing machine itself. The avoidance of transport routes offers potential as well. Focussing on those potentials, the combination of additive and subtractive processes being based on an industrial robot in a hybrid production concept rep-resents an innovative approach. Using wire-based laser cladding, cold metal transfer welding as well as metal friction-surfacing enhances near net shape man-ufacturing saving additional resources. With the assist of qualified CAM tools and interposed laser line scanning, this process chain improves the production of lightweight components especially for the aerospace industry. In this publication robot-based hybrid manufacturing techniques and a method for increasing the machining quality by implementing a compliance compensation are introduced.

Title of Book: Production at the Leading Edge of Technology
Place of Publication: Berlin, Germany
Publisher: Springer Vieweg
ISBN: 978-3-662-60417-5
Uncontrolled Keywords: hybrid manufacturing, robot machining, resource efficiency
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Institute of Production Technology and Machine Tools (PTW)
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Institute of Production Technology and Machine Tools (PTW) > Machine tools and Components
Event Location: Berlin, Germany
Date Deposited: 28 Nov 2019 07:02
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