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workpiece

[′wərk‚pēs]
(industrial engineering)
An object that is being manufactured.
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* for the laser scanner--cloud of points describing profile of surface of workpiece, belonging to the scanning plane.
However, in the case of the jet stream MRPF top layer is pressed against the workpiece by appearing additional elasticity (Maxwell tension) in a gradient magnetic field of the jet MRPF complex filler contains magnetically sensitive particles (35-40% vol), of the size 5-10 [micro]m, and the abrasive particles (cerium, aluminum oxides, nanodiamond powder and etc.) in an amount of 0.01-6%, vol.
The camera is calibrated to operate across the entire working envelope of the scanner, to make sure that wherever the camera focuses in the x-y envelope of the scanner, the picture is sharp and we know exactly where in the image the laser will hit the workpiece.'
Caption: The newly redesigned Studer S31 for grinding workpieces in individual, smallbatch and highvolume production, as revealed at the Hagerbach Test Gallery in Switzerland.
With continuing development of product technology in the area of high-volume light metal workpieces, Schwabische Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH (SW) is ideally equipped for these new developments in electromobility.
Taking into account the recommendations from technical literature [7-11] and the cinematic possibilities of the Mockba Model XH-193H8 Grinding Roll Machine from the Mechanical Workshop of Vrancart Company, Adjud, Vrancea, (See Figures 6 and 7) the experiments were carried out by modifying the depth of cut [a.sub.p] [mm], the longitudinal feed rate [f.sub.l] [mm/min] and the workpiece speed (roller speed) [v.sub.p] [m/s].
The roll-beating wheel was fixed on the rolling head at the appropriate installation angle by adding a thrusting ring to improve the accuracy of the workpiece [15].
In particular, efforts were concentrated to quantify expansion and retraction phenomena in countersinking process by analyzing the evolution of hole diameter, sheet thickness near countersink and diameter of workpiece. Results were also discussed as a function of blank-holding way.
Furthermore, the measuring machine calculates the illumination intensity that can vary from workpiece to workpiece.
Located and clamped in the fixture, workpiece is under dynamic loads during machining.
During the carrying out of the forging processes, the contact surfaces of the workpiece are covered with lubricant.
of North Carolina at Charlotte, solves this problem by using computer modeling and simulation techniques to produce user-selectable chip lengths and workpiece finishes.