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Tool sequence selection is an important task for 2.5D pocket milling and has a significant influence on both the energy consumption and machining cost of the final product. In this paper, the influence of tool sequence on energy consumption is firstly analyzed. Then a multi-objective tool sequence optimization model is proposed with the objective of minimizing energy consumption and machining cost and solved by the graph algorithm. Finally, a case study is carried out to validate the proposed model and search for the trade-off solutions between energy consumption and machining cost.
Wu, Lei; Li, Congbo; Tang, Ying; and Yi, Qian, "Multi-objective Tool Sequence Optimization in 2.5D Pocket CNC Milling for Minimizing Energy Consumption and Machining Cost" (2017). Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering Faculty Scholarship. 44.
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Wei, L., Li, C., Tang, Y., & Yi, Q. (2017). Multi-objective Tool Sequence Optimization in 2.5D Pocket CNC Milling for Minimizing Energy Consumption and Machining Cost. Procedia CIRP, 61, 529-534.