The fundament of every atomization process is a clean and stable SPS project, that drives the core logics of axis, IOs and basic behavior …
Electric Drive Dynamics
High feed-rates of the moving TCP (Tool Center Point) are substantial building blocks of the state-of-the-art HSC milling concept. This leads to high cutting speeds and generates better cutting conditions, allowing to create workpieces faster, tool preserving and in stable quality.
Every CNC interprets lines of NC code, generated by hand (e.g. on turning machines) or by a CAM software (complex machines). CAM software integration to a motion system is a core knowledge of our development team.
Axis Transform- and Virtualization
Up to 9 layers of compensation can improve motion and smooth axis movement. These layers are applied simultaneously in realtime (<1 Millisecond).
Two examples of compensation layers:
1. Volumetric compensation
No axis system is perfectly built up. In practice, every machine assembled is unique. These small deviations must be compensated by correcting the values of axis angles, and backlash resulting in a high position preservation of the whole axis system.
2. Temperature compensation
Even in small environments, the influence of thermal expansion can be significant. Since temperature can be measured precisely today using IR cameras, the influence can be mapped onto the transformation and is therefore position-stable.
Finally, it’s crucial for a dynamic development to have a ‘digital-twin’ of the motion-system. Virtualization allows fast iterations and does not rely on prototyping.