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Analyse de la conception d'un montage d'usinage à l'aide d'éléments modulaires

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 June 2007

Said Zirmi
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Laboratoire G-SCOP, BP 53, 38041 Grenoble Cedex 9, France
Henri Paris
Affiliation:
Laboratoire G-SCOP, BP 53, 38041 Grenoble Cedex 9, France
Idir Belaidi
Affiliation:
Laboratoire de productique, Université de Boumerdes, 35000 Boumerdes, Algérie
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Abstract

Un montage d'usinage est un outillage indispensable pour fixer la pièce solidement à la bonne position dans l'espace de travail de la machine outil. La conception du montage d'usinage joue un rôle important pour obtenir une pièce usinée de bonne qualité. Nous avons déjà formalisé les connaissances sur les prises de pièce de manière à pouvoir les gérer tout au long du processus de conception de la gamme d'usinage. Maintenant nous nous intéressons à la conception du montage d'usinage de manière à passer du modèle prise de pièce retenu à la solution technologique qui sera utilisée sur le poste de travail. Cet article aborde le problème de conception du montage d'usinage modulaire du point de vue technologique dans sa globalité ; c'est-à-dire le choix et le placement des éléments technologiques en tenant compte de toutes les contraintes de qualité, d'accessibilité et de comportement mécanique du système pièce-montage d'usinage-outil de coupe durant l'usinage.

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