EVENT 11 August 2020

EUSPEN Special Interest Group Meeting: Thermal Issues

Thermal effects are regarded as a major contributor to errors on machine tools, on measuring equipment and on workpieces. Measurement of thermal effects is becoming even more important as workpiece...


About this event

Thermal effects are regarded as a major contributor to errors on machine tools, on measuring equipment and on workpieces. Measurement of thermal effects is becoming even more important as workpiece tolerances decrease, as thermal effects not only use a larger part of the tolerances, but also influence repeatability and long term stability of machine tools, and measuring equipment. As a consequence, several research groups and industries are working on simulation of thermal effects, in order to finally compensate thermally induced errors, or new help to develop concepts to reduce thermally induced errors.

More information about the program via http://www.euspen.eu/OurEvents/ThermalIssues2016.aspx                  


17 March 2016



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