workpiece


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workpiece

[′wərk‚pēs]
(industrial engineering)
An object that is being manufactured.
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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.
The alternative is a workpiece holder designed for various components of an assembly.
For this analysis the specimen from place of the edge and in the middle of the workpiece were used.
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.
In addition to being compatible with any material, workpiece shape, and depth of cut, the system can manage parameters such as the phase between spindle rotation and the axes oscillation, the ratio of the oscillation amplitude to the global feed rate of the cutting tool, and the ability of an individual machine to execute specific oscillation commands.
The workpiece may be a single crystal, polycrystalline, or amorphous diamond.
Holding small workpieces near router bit operations is risky for both you and the workpiece.
These mounts place no deforming stresses on either the base or the workpiece holder.
The current study focused on developing the fuzzy control system of workpiece feed rate to produce a good quality product with the aid of an online measurement of surface roughness using a laser sensor during wood planing with a CNC machine.
X- and Z-axis are on the transversal bar, C-axis turns the rotational symmetric workpiece and the B-axis facilitates the normal positioning of the tool everywhere on the surface (figure 1).