Vibration Measurement in Process Monitoring

 

ARTIS offers sensors in the measurement range between 10 Hz and 5 kHz for acceleration measurement on one to three axes.

Measurement of vibrations and accelerations plays an important role in process monitoring on machine tools. Vibration measurements are used in different ways for the safeguarding and stabilization of processes and is made as close to the process as possible. Sensors are integrated directly into the spindle or placed on the workpiece holder.

Acceleration can be measured with a sensor integrated into the spindle or with external sensors placed in the machine. A transducer then converts the values for the process monitoring system into information about the vibration speed. ARTIS offers sensors in the measurement range between 10 Hz and 5 kHz for acceleration measurement on one to three axes.

Acoustic emission, a special form of vibration, is measured with external sensors and transmitted over a separate fieldbus. The sensors for acoustic emission cover the measurement range of 10 to 250 kHz.

Process monitoring looks at the entire process complete with workpiece, machine tool and peripheral equipment. The knowledge gained can be used in many ways for safeguarding production. Vibration measurement offers benefits for process monitoring, machine protection and process optimization.

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