MTTRF - IAM-CNC Annual Meeting 2017

 MTTRF/iam-cnc ANNUAL MEETING 2017

Dates and Location

July 5th (Wed) - July 7th (Fri), 2017

InterContinental Mark Hopkins Hotel
1 Nob Hill, San Francisco, CA, USA

Registration for Annual Meeting

Registration Form

Brochure

now available (updated Apr14)

Sponsor

DMG MORI Co., LTD.

http://www.dmgmori.co.jp/en/

 

 

Schedule of Events

July 5th (Wed)

18:00- 18:30  Early Registration
18:30- 20:30  Welcome Dinner 
 

July 6th (Thu)

MTTRF Annual Meeting 2017

07:00- 08:30  Registration

08:30- 10:00  Session1

10:30- 12:00  Session2

12:00- 13:30  Lunch

13:30- 15:00  Session3

15:30- 17:00  Session4

18:30- 20:30  Dinner Banquet

July 7th (Thu)

MTTRF Annual Meeting 2017

08:30- 10:30  Session1


iAM-CNC Annual Meeting 2017 

11:00- 12:00  Session1

12:00- 13:30  Lunch 

13:30- 14:50  Session1

15:20- 17:00  Session3


17:30- 20:00  Farewell Dinner

 

 

 

MTTRF Presentation Topics

- Programming and Controlling the Scanning Laser Hardening Process, applied on Complex Shaped Components on a Multi-axis Machining Center, Prof. Lauwers, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

 

1. Machine-based Power Consumption Model for Machine Tools 2. Tool-Chip Interface Temperature Measurement with Thermocouple-Instrumented WC Cutting Insert 3. Metal Cutting Training and Outreach, Prof. Pfefferkorn, University of Wisconsin Madison

 

1. Cutting Force Prediction of Ball End Milling under Various Tool Posture Based on Fully Voxel Representation 2. Motion Analysis of S-shape Machining Test, Prof. Shirase, Kobe University

 

Surface Texture Control by Turn-Mill Process Using Ball Endmill, Prof. Ihara, Osaka Institute of Technology

 

Thin Walled Machining Optimization for Additive Manufactured Components, Prof. Campatelii, University of Firenze

 

High-quality End Milling of CFRP- Detection of Gas Generated in Cutting and Tensile Testing of Milled Plate-  Turning of Difficult-to-machine Materials with High Pressure Coolant, Prof. Hosokawa, Kanazawa University

 

Energy Saving and High Precision Control for Machine Tool Feed Drive Systems, Prof. Uchiyama, Toyohashi University of Technology

 

1. Recent MTTRF Machine Utilization Plan at UC Davis 2. Design and Testing of Grid Molding and Cooling Technique, Prof. Soshi, University of California Davis

 

Investigation of the Dynamic Behavior in Drilling with Indexable Insert Drills and Influence of the Contact Energy on Surface Modification by Machine Hammer Peening, Prof. Bleicher, Vienna University of Technology

 

1. Report on the Deployment of the MTTRF Award for Research and Teaching at UC Dublin. 2. An Evaluation of Feed Rate Scheduling for Milling Medical Grade Materials, Prof. Byrne, University College Dublin

 

A Novel Method for Internal Gear Manufacturing and High Speed Machining of Thin Walled Components, Prof. Goch, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

 

Thermo-energetic Issues in 5-axis Machine Tools, Prof. Wegener, ETH Zurich