Abstract

The LSP-2000 (Laser System Processor-2000) laser process system for forming a specified surface profile of arbitrary topology on curvilinear surfaces, as well as precision laser processing of large three-dimensional items, has been developed, created, and investigated. This system implements not only processing regimes (cutting, welding, ablation), but also the measurement of the actual geometry of three-dimensional objects with an arbitrary surface shape. A brief description is presented of the main technical decisions and the experimental results of the certification of the LSP-2000 system. The measurement error in the start-stop regime does not exceed 2μm, and the processing error when the actuator moves along an arbitrary continuous contour is no more than 20μm, The working speed for surface microprofiling exceeded 9m/min. The time of continuous operation in the automatic regime has reached more than 15hr in the temperature range from +18to+30°C.

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    [CrossRef]
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2008 (1)

A. G. Verkhoglyad, “Optical channel of a laser complex for precision microprofiling of large items of arbitrary shape,” Izv. Vyssh. Uchebn. Zaved. Prib. 51, No. 4, 58 (2008).

2005 (2)

I. A. Vykhristyuk, E. V. Sysoev, A. K. Potashnikov, and S. A. Kokarev, “Mathematical model of the control of a laser process complex,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 32 (2005).

V. S. Bazin, A. G. Verkhoglyad, I. A. Vykhristyuk, L. B. Kastorskiĭ, V. P. Kir'yanov, S. A. Kokarev, V. I. Prots', and E. V. Sysoev, “Multifunctional precision laser process system for processing large items of arbitrary topology,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 107 (2005).

2002 (1)

S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin, “Specific features of metal surface processing by nanosecond pulse trains,” Kvantovaya Elektron. (Moscow) 32, 929 (2002); S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin[Quantum Electron. 32, 929 (2002)].
[CrossRef]

S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin, “Specific features of metal surface processing by nanosecond pulse trains,” Kvantovaya Elektron. (Moscow) 32, 929 (2002); S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin[Quantum Electron. 32, 929 (2002)].
[CrossRef]

1978 (1)

V. M. Vedernikov, V. P. Kir'yanov, and G. A. Lebedev, “Using a laser interferometer to monitor and adjust the measurement systems of heavy machinery,” Stanki Instrum. No. 4, 21 (1978).

Bazin, V. S.

V. S. Bazin, A. G. Verkhoglyad, I. A. Vykhristyuk, L. B. Kastorskiĭ, V. P. Kir'yanov, S. A. Kokarev, V. I. Prots', and E. V. Sysoev, “Multifunctional precision laser process system for processing large items of arbitrary topology,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 107 (2005).

Furrer, A. M.

B. E. Meyer and A. M. Furrer, “Three-dimensional laser cutting,” in Metalworking89. Equipment, accessories, and instruments for the metalworking industry. High tech from Switzerland. Munchen: Carl Hanser Verlag, 1989, pp. 100-105.

Gornyi, S. G.

S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin, “Specific features of metal surface processing by nanosecond pulse trains,” Kvantovaya Elektron. (Moscow) 32, 929 (2002); S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin[Quantum Electron. 32, 929 (2002)].
[CrossRef]

S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin, “Specific features of metal surface processing by nanosecond pulse trains,” Kvantovaya Elektron. (Moscow) 32, 929 (2002); S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin[Quantum Electron. 32, 929 (2002)].
[CrossRef]

Ignatov, A. G.

A. G. Ignatov and I. V. Suzdalev, “Status and prospects of the use of laser process equipment,” Sudostr. Prom. Ser. SVARKA No. 7, 3 (1989).

Kastorskii, L. B.

V. S. Bazin, A. G. Verkhoglyad, I. A. Vykhristyuk, L. B. Kastorskiĭ, V. P. Kir'yanov, S. A. Kokarev, V. I. Prots', and E. V. Sysoev, “Multifunctional precision laser process system for processing large items of arbitrary topology,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 107 (2005).

Kir'yanov, V. P.

V. S. Bazin, A. G. Verkhoglyad, I. A. Vykhristyuk, L. B. Kastorskiĭ, V. P. Kir'yanov, S. A. Kokarev, V. I. Prots', and E. V. Sysoev, “Multifunctional precision laser process system for processing large items of arbitrary topology,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 107 (2005).

V. M. Vedernikov, V. P. Kir'yanov, and G. A. Lebedev, “Using a laser interferometer to monitor and adjust the measurement systems of heavy machinery,” Stanki Instrum. No. 4, 21 (1978).

Kokarev, S. A.

I. A. Vykhristyuk, E. V. Sysoev, A. K. Potashnikov, and S. A. Kokarev, “Mathematical model of the control of a laser process complex,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 32 (2005).

V. S. Bazin, A. G. Verkhoglyad, I. A. Vykhristyuk, L. B. Kastorskiĭ, V. P. Kir'yanov, S. A. Kokarev, V. I. Prots', and E. V. Sysoev, “Multifunctional precision laser process system for processing large items of arbitrary topology,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 107 (2005).

Lebedev, G. A.

V. M. Vedernikov, V. P. Kir'yanov, and G. A. Lebedev, “Using a laser interferometer to monitor and adjust the measurement systems of heavy machinery,” Stanki Instrum. No. 4, 21 (1978).

Meyer, B. E.

B. E. Meyer and A. M. Furrer, “Three-dimensional laser cutting,” in Metalworking89. Equipment, accessories, and instruments for the metalworking industry. High tech from Switzerland. Munchen: Carl Hanser Verlag, 1989, pp. 100-105.

Petrov, M. I.

S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin, “Specific features of metal surface processing by nanosecond pulse trains,” Kvantovaya Elektron. (Moscow) 32, 929 (2002); S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin[Quantum Electron. 32, 929 (2002)].
[CrossRef]

S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin, “Specific features of metal surface processing by nanosecond pulse trains,” Kvantovaya Elektron. (Moscow) 32, 929 (2002); S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin[Quantum Electron. 32, 929 (2002)].
[CrossRef]

Potashnikov, A. K.

I. A. Vykhristyuk, E. V. Sysoev, A. K. Potashnikov, and S. A. Kokarev, “Mathematical model of the control of a laser process complex,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 32 (2005).

Prots', V. I.

V. S. Bazin, A. G. Verkhoglyad, I. A. Vykhristyuk, L. B. Kastorskiĭ, V. P. Kir'yanov, S. A. Kokarev, V. I. Prots', and E. V. Sysoev, “Multifunctional precision laser process system for processing large items of arbitrary topology,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 107 (2005).

Solov'ev, V. D.

S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin, “Specific features of metal surface processing by nanosecond pulse trains,” Kvantovaya Elektron. (Moscow) 32, 929 (2002); S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin[Quantum Electron. 32, 929 (2002)].
[CrossRef]

S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin, “Specific features of metal surface processing by nanosecond pulse trains,” Kvantovaya Elektron. (Moscow) 32, 929 (2002); S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin[Quantum Electron. 32, 929 (2002)].
[CrossRef]

Suzdalev, I. V.

A. G. Ignatov and I. V. Suzdalev, “Status and prospects of the use of laser process equipment,” Sudostr. Prom. Ser. SVARKA No. 7, 3 (1989).

Sysoev, E. V.

V. S. Bazin, A. G. Verkhoglyad, I. A. Vykhristyuk, L. B. Kastorskiĭ, V. P. Kir'yanov, S. A. Kokarev, V. I. Prots', and E. V. Sysoev, “Multifunctional precision laser process system for processing large items of arbitrary topology,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 107 (2005).

I. A. Vykhristyuk, E. V. Sysoev, A. K. Potashnikov, and S. A. Kokarev, “Mathematical model of the control of a laser process complex,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 32 (2005).

Turichin, G. A.

S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin, “Specific features of metal surface processing by nanosecond pulse trains,” Kvantovaya Elektron. (Moscow) 32, 929 (2002); S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin[Quantum Electron. 32, 929 (2002)].
[CrossRef]

S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin, “Specific features of metal surface processing by nanosecond pulse trains,” Kvantovaya Elektron. (Moscow) 32, 929 (2002); S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin[Quantum Electron. 32, 929 (2002)].
[CrossRef]

Vedernikov, V. M.

V. M. Vedernikov, V. P. Kir'yanov, and G. A. Lebedev, “Using a laser interferometer to monitor and adjust the measurement systems of heavy machinery,” Stanki Instrum. No. 4, 21 (1978).

Verkhoglyad, A. G.

A. G. Verkhoglyad, “Optical channel of a laser complex for precision microprofiling of large items of arbitrary shape,” Izv. Vyssh. Uchebn. Zaved. Prib. 51, No. 4, 58 (2008).

V. S. Bazin, A. G. Verkhoglyad, I. A. Vykhristyuk, L. B. Kastorskiĭ, V. P. Kir'yanov, S. A. Kokarev, V. I. Prots', and E. V. Sysoev, “Multifunctional precision laser process system for processing large items of arbitrary topology,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 107 (2005).

Vykhristyuk, I. A.

V. S. Bazin, A. G. Verkhoglyad, I. A. Vykhristyuk, L. B. Kastorskiĭ, V. P. Kir'yanov, S. A. Kokarev, V. I. Prots', and E. V. Sysoev, “Multifunctional precision laser process system for processing large items of arbitrary topology,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 107 (2005).

I. A. Vykhristyuk, E. V. Sysoev, A. K. Potashnikov, and S. A. Kokarev, “Mathematical model of the control of a laser process complex,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 32 (2005).

Avtometriya (2)

V. S. Bazin, A. G. Verkhoglyad, I. A. Vykhristyuk, L. B. Kastorskiĭ, V. P. Kir'yanov, S. A. Kokarev, V. I. Prots', and E. V. Sysoev, “Multifunctional precision laser process system for processing large items of arbitrary topology,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 107 (2005).

I. A. Vykhristyuk, E. V. Sysoev, A. K. Potashnikov, and S. A. Kokarev, “Mathematical model of the control of a laser process complex,” Avtometriya 41, No. 6, 32 (2005).

Izv. Vyssh. Uchebn. Zaved. Prib. (1)

A. G. Verkhoglyad, “Optical channel of a laser complex for precision microprofiling of large items of arbitrary shape,” Izv. Vyssh. Uchebn. Zaved. Prib. 51, No. 4, 58 (2008).

Kvantovaya Elektron. (Moscow) (1)

S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin, “Specific features of metal surface processing by nanosecond pulse trains,” Kvantovaya Elektron. (Moscow) 32, 929 (2002); S. G. Gornyĭ, M. I. Petrov, V. D. Solov'ev, and G. A. Turichin[Quantum Electron. 32, 929 (2002)].
[CrossRef]

Stanki Instrum. (1)

V. M. Vedernikov, V. P. Kir'yanov, and G. A. Lebedev, “Using a laser interferometer to monitor and adjust the measurement systems of heavy machinery,” Stanki Instrum. No. 4, 21 (1978).

Other (4)

B. E. Meyer and A. M. Furrer, “Three-dimensional laser cutting,” in Metalworking89. Equipment, accessories, and instruments for the metalworking industry. High tech from Switzerland. Munchen: Carl Hanser Verlag, 1989, pp. 100-105.

“Introduction to industrial laser material processing,” Booklet, ROFIN SINAR Laser GmbH, No. 3 (1998).

A. G. Ignatov and I. V. Suzdalev, “Status and prospects of the use of laser process equipment,” Sudostr. Prom. Ser. SVARKA No. 7, 3 (1989).

Research Report. Study of a Process of Laser Cutting and Welding of Metals and Alloys. Modelling of the Use of Highly Concentrated Energy Sources in Promising Technological Processes of Ship Construction (TsNII TS, St. Petersburg, 1999), vols. 1 and 2.

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