Creation and investigation of high-speed spindels with clamping mechanisms on a modular principle for multi-axis machines of new generation
Theoretical studies of static and dynamic characteristics of the synthesized with the use of genetic-morphological approach high-speed spindle assembles for Electromechanical actuator clamping, tool clamping chuck.
Experimental studies of a prototype of a self-acting motor-spindle gear screw-nut, the results of which revised technical documentation. Developed recommendations of improvement of spindle assemblies and clamping mechanisms for multi-axis machines of new generation. Directions of further research have discribed.