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Development of a Training System for Lathe Operation Using a Simulator with Relationship between Speed of Tool Feed and Cutting Sound/Shape of Chips
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Development of a Training System for Lathe Operation Using a Simulator with Relationship between Speed of Tool Feed and Cutting Sound/Shape of Chips
Kawashimo, Takashi; Doyo, Daisuke; Yamaguchi, Tatsuya; Nakajima, Ryosuke; Matsumoto, Toshiyuki;
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 Abstract
The recent manufacturing industry in Japan has found it difficult to transfer skills from trained workers to inexperienced workers because the former ages and then retires. This is a particular problem for lathe process, as this operation requires explicit and tacit knowledge, and defining the skills clearly in a manual is difficult. This study aims to develop a training system for lathe operation by using a simulator; this includes formulas that help define the relationship between the speed of tool feed and cutting sound/shape of chips which were proposed in the preceding study. The developed training system is verified the effectiveness.
 Keywords
Lathe Operation;Training;Simulator;Speed of Tool Feed;Cutting Sound;Cutting Shape;
 Language
English
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