January 27, 2021 at 2:07 pmmarcosbellidoSubscriberHola,nnEn mi empresa estamos viendo la posibilidad de controlar el desgaste de los utillajes y herramientas de mecanizado CNC mediante la evaluaci?n de las tensiones, deformaciones, temperaturas, etc..., que soportan cuando est?n mecanizando una pieza mediante CNC y as? predecir o evaluar la duraci?n de las cuchillas de corte, etc, para saber cuando hay que cambiar los utillajes de corte por ejemplo.No s? si alguien ha escuchado alguna vez esto y si sab?is si es algo que se puede hacer usando por ejemplo las fuerzas del mecanizado y ver como se comportan las cuchillas o si por el contrario, no se puede aplicar el MEF, con Ansys, a este tipo de procesos porque no est? preparado para ello.nnAgradecer?a mucho cualquier respuesta sobre el tema por si alguien sabe que se puede hacer y c?mo hacerlo o video tutoriales que haya que me puedan servir o si por el contrario, si sab?is que no es posible esa aplicaci?n.nnUn saludo.nnHello,In my company we are looking at the possibility of controlling the wear of CNC machining tools and tools by evaluating the stresses, deformations, temperatures, etc ..., which they endure when they are machining a part by means of CNC and thus predict or evaluate the duration of cutting blades, etc., to know when to change cutting tools for example.I do not know if anyone has ever heard this and if you know if it is something that can be done using, for example, machining forces and see how the blades behave or if on the contrary, the MEF cannot be applied, with Ansys, to this type of process because you are not prepared for it.I would greatly appreciate any response on the subject in case someone knows what can be done and how to do it or video tutorials that may be useful to me or if on the contrary, if you know that this application is not possible.Best Regards.nn
February 3, 2021 at 4:29 pmHuiLiuAnsys EmployeeCould you please provide more details about your simulation goals as well as the type of simulation you are trying to do? ie. is it going to be a structural static/dynamic, or thermal-structural coupled? n
February 3, 2021 at 4:50 pmmarcosbellidoSubscriberHello!nnCurrently it is an idea, it is not a real project that we are testing with a specific project.nnIt would be a matter of analyzing the deformations and temperatures that the part / tooling supports during machining cutting in order to evaluate those stresses, deformations and temperatures generated in the tooling and anticipate the wear of that tool.nnHere is a link to an example of CNC machining. We are looking for the possibility of doing this process in ansys and being able to predict and evaluate the wear of the cutting tool.nnhttps://youtu.be/xHE3ZpSyW0snnThank you very much for your answer, greetings.nn
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