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STC M - 2018 Annual Report

Chairman: E. Budak, Vice Chairman: A. Matsubara, Secretary: M. F. Zaeh.

In 2018, the Scientific Technical Committee Machine (STC “M”) had two meetings in Paris on February 23rd and in Tokyo during the General Assembly on August 24th.                                          


STC “M” meeting in Paris, February 23rd 2018

53 members (Fellows: 20, Associate Members: 19, Cooperate Members: 14), 15 research affiliates, and 12 guests attended the meeting. The following technical contributions, proposals and progress for future keynotes were presented and discussed.

Technical presentations

  1. “Challenges in hardware-in-the-loop experiments for high-speed milling” by G. Stepan (Department of Applied Mechanics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
  2. " Electromagnetic guided rotary table for the use in machine tools” by B. Denkena, B. Bergmann, T. Brühne (IFW, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany)
  3. “Systematic development of Industry 4.0 functionalities for machine tools based on field data evaluation” by D. Barton and J. Fleischer (KIT Karlsruhe, Germany)
  4. “Rendering strategy for the color image printing based on micro-grating induced structural coloration” by P. Guo (Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
  5. “Tool axis selection in robotic 5-Axis milling based on robot kinematics” by L. T. Tunc and O.F. Sapmaz (Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey)
  6. “Active control of hydrostatic guideways for compensating machine tool geometrical errors” by M. Sulitka (RCMT, Technical University Prague, Czech Republic)
  7. “Error motion prediction of machine tool spindles” by H. Cao (School of Mechanical Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, China)
  8. “Pocket milling strategies using combined-mode-and-feed-direction-dependent stability criteria” by M. Law (Department of Mechanical Eng., IIT, Kanpur, India)

Proposals and progress reports for future keynotes

  1. Progress on STC M-Keynote Paper 2019 "Robots in Machining" by A. Verl (ISW, Institute for Control Engineering of Machine Tools and Manufacturing Units, University of Stuttgart, Germany)
  2. Progress Report on STC-M Keynote Paper 2020 “Energy Efficient Machine Tools” by B. Denkena (IFW, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany)
  3. Progress Report on Cross STC Keynote Paper 2020 “Self-optimizing machining systems” by H.-C. Möhring (Institute for Machine Tools, University of Stuttgart)
  4. Progress Report on STC-M Keynote Paper 2021 “Noise and Vibration in Machine Tools” by K. Wegener (IWF, ETH Zurich, Switzerland) (presented prior to all other keynotes because of time constraints of Prof. Wegener)
  5. Future keynote paper
  6. E. Budak proposes a keynote on mechanical interfaces.

CIRP sponsored Conferences approved
CMPM by  K. Kerrigan


STC “M“ meeting in Tokyo, August 24th 2018

61 members (Fellows: 24, Associate Members: 22, Cooperate Members: 15), 9 research affiliates, and 22 guests attended the meeting. The following technical contributions, proposals and progress for future keynotes were presented and discussed.

Technical presentations

  1. “Procedure for setting chatter-free cutting condition" by T. Hoshi (Hoshirt, Japan)
  2. “Measuring and modeling of the interaction between machine tool and foundation" by A. Archenti, A. Norén, O. Wahlquist, T. Österlind and U. Carlsson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden)
  3. “Ultrasonic actuation system for axial-tangential vibration-assisted machining” by K. Drewle and H.-C. Möhring (Institute for Machine Tools, University of Stuttgart, Germany)
  4. “Teleoperated robotic boreblending system for in-situ machining repair tasks of aero engines” by A. Raban, B. Nasser, D. A. Troncoso, A. Nagy, X. Dong, D. Axinte (University of Nottingham, UK) and J. Kell (Rolls-Royce, Derby, UK)
  5. “Cutting vibration prediction and suppression for the mirror milling of ultrathin skin parts” by Q. Bi (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)
  6. Minimization of re-contouring errors through adapted process planning and compensation” by B. Denkena, M.-A. Dittrich*, T. Schumacher and F. Rust (Institute of Production Engineering and Machine Tools, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany)
  7. “Vibration and noise monitoring in machine tool spindles” by H. Cao (Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi’an, China)

Proposals and progress reports for future keynotes

  1. Progress on STC M-Keynote Paper 2019 "Robots in Machining" by A. Verl (ISW, Institute for Control Engineering of Machine Tools and Manufacturing Units, University of Stuttgart, Germany)
  2. Progress Report on STC-M Keynote Paper 2020 “Energy Efficient Machine Tools” by B. Denkena (IFW, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany)
  3. Progress Report on STC-M Keynote Paper 2021 “Noise and Vibration in Machine Tools” by K. Wegener (IWF, ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
  4. Plan of Keynote Paper proposal 2022 “Mechanical Interfaces in Machine Tools” by E. Budak (Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey)
  5. Proposal for a Keynote Paper proposal 2022: F. Bleicher proposes “sensory and actuator integrated tooling systems”, which reflects topics also in other STCs. This could overcome many problems in machine tools.

Keynote paper presentation and paper session on “Machine” in Lugano, Switzerland, August 2017
A total of 15 papers were presented in the Session “M”. There was no Keynote in STC “M” during this General Assembly.

CIRP sponsored Conferences approved

  1. 31st Conference on Supervising and Diagnostics of Machining Systems, Karpacz, Poland, March 8th - 12th 2010, J. Jedrzejewski (Chairman)
  2. 15th International Conference on High Speed Machining, Prague, Czech Republic, October 8th and 9th 2019, P. Kolar and M. Sulitka (Chairmen)

Working groups with STC “M” Involvement/Support

  1.  Composite Materials Parts Manufacturing
  2.  Self-Optimizing Machining Systems