When servo system delay (by exponential acceleration/deceleration at
cutting or caused by the positioning system when a servo motor is used)
is accompanied by cornering, a slight deviation is produced between the
beam path (nozzle center path) and the programmed path as shown in
Time constant T
of the exponential acceleration/deceleration is fixed to
Fig.D.1 (a) Slight deviation between the beam path and
the programmed path
This tool path is determined by the following parameters:
• Feedrate (V
• Corner angle (q)
• Exponential acceleration / deceleration time constant (T
• Presence or absence of buffer register.
The above parameters are used to theoretically analyze the beam path and
above beam path is drawn with the parameter which is set as an example.
When actually programming, the above items must be considered and
programming must be performed carefully so that the shape of the
workpiece is within the desired precision.
In other words, when the shape of the workpiece is not within the
theoretical precision, the commands of the next block must not be read
until the specified feedrate becomes zero. The dwell function is then used
to stop the machine for the appropriate period.