QUALITY MANAGEMENT OF CUTTING TOOLS ON HEAVY MACHINES
Keywords:quality management, cutting tool, machines, rational operation of the tool, system approach, quality system
The work is devoted to improving the efficiency of cutting tools on heavy machines by developing a quality management system for its operation, determining rational operating regulations and developing general machine-building standards for cutting. The developed model of the tool operation control system for the first time allowed to systematically consider the structure and relationships of all components of the process. The qualimetric approach to the tool operation process made it possible to develop methods for quantitative assessment of the process quality and substantiate the structure of the preparatory information subsystem.
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