InterQ General Meeting

October, 2021

InterQ project had a very relevant presence in the High Speed Machining Conference 2021 celebrated in Darmstadt, Germany, the 26th and the 27th of October.

Prof. Matthias Weigold, chairman of the conference and head of the Institute for Production Management, Technology and Machine Tools (PTW) introduced InterQ as one of PTW key projects in the conference opening presentation.

On the 27th of October, a specific session chaired by Jokin Muñoa, InterQ project Coordinator, was held where a total of 4 InterQ research works were successfully presented:

  • Denys Plakhotnik, from ModuleWorks, presented the paper “Framework for couple Digital Twins in digital machining”, result of a collaborative work with IDEKO withing WP3.
  • Guillermo Gonzalez-Marin, from UPV, presented the work “Polygonal errors in thin-walled medium size casings due to lap-flanges and so-grid milling” where part of WP3 developments is detailed.
  • Jokin Muñoa himself presented the paper “Identification of the origin of surface topography inaccuracies by means of process monitoring” developed by IDEKO in the scope of WP3.
  • Mikel Armendia, from TEKNIKER, presented the work titled “Fingerprint: machine tool condition monitoring approach for zero defect manufacturing” that has been developed in collaboration with GET in the scope of WP2.

The session received very positive feedback from the audience and resulted a great opportunity to introduce the project to the scientific community.

In parallel, PROMICRON performed live demonstrations at the social event celebrated at PTW installations. Apart from showing the latest PROMICRON products and functionalities, Lennart Riehle introduced InterQ project to the audience, presenting the new tool holder for grinding operations that is being developed under WP2.