ISO 230-1:2012 specifies methods for testing the accuracy of machine tools, operating either under no-load or under quasi-static conditions, by means of geometric and machining tests. The methods can also be applied to other types of industrial machines.
It covers power-driven machines, which can be used for machining metal, wood, etc., by the removal of chips or swarf material or by plastic deformation. It does not cover power-driven portable hand tools.
ISO 230-1:2012 relates to the testing of geometric accuracy. It is not applicable to the operational testing of the machine tool (vibrations, stick-slip motion of components, etc.) or to the checking of characteristics (speeds, feeds).
It does not cover the geometric accuracy of high-speed machine motions where machining forces are typically smaller than acceleration forces.
Status: PublishedPublication date: 2012-03
Edition: 3Number of pages: 160
Technical Committee: ISO/TC 39/SC 2 Test conditions for metal cutting machine tools
- ICS :
- 25.080.01 Machine tools in general
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