Deliverables

In this page the deliverables of the MC-SUITE are listed, together with a brief descritpion of the content. 

  • D1.1: Deliverable D1.1 entitled “Industrial application report” presents the three industrial use-cases targeted by the MC-Suite project. The use-cases are representative of really different industrial contexts which assures that the MC-Suite project covers a large spectrum of problems encountered by European SMEs.
  • D1.2In this document, we examined the basics of buildup and operation of the system from the perspective of the ICT requirements. We talked about the basic buildup and connections. How we would like to work it out. Then the communicational technology was presented and we got familiar with it is positive attributes and some of it is features. Finally, we showed the buildup of the ICT requirements and their use in details
  • D1.3This deliverable details a Data Management Plan (DMP) which outlines the research data life cycle generated in the MC-SUITE project. The purpose of the DMP is to ensure that all significant data is collected, preserved and presented in such a way that research results in the project can be reproduced and reused if required.
  • D1.4 The objective of this deliverable is the definition of the MC-SUITE software components requirements, fully describing, with a “bottom-up” approach, what the components will do and how they are expected to perform in relation to the end users requirements. This deliverable constitute a handbook providing to software developers a quick reference for their implementation task.

  • D2.1 The objective of this deliverable is the description of the MC-Suite software components that allow the automated generation of the micro geometry of a processed workpiece. Particular focus is devoted to explain how the cutter/workpiece engagement is computed, how the surface finish is predicted and how ICT technologies have been exploited to increase the simulation speed and allow the storage of large amount of geometrical data

  • D2.4 In this document, we explain the details of the applied muliti-level surface visualization, which combines the triangular and dexel based representation. Details of the specialized shading and lighting options are presented, together with the environments object. The possible choices of material properties (ambient color, reflection,...) are summarized. Finally, we showed a test case with realistic surface visualization.

  • D3.1 This deliverable presents specificatons abouth the use cases that MC-OPTIM will optimize, their constraints and requirements and its SW architecture. Introduction of the Optimization methods, processes and the integration of the modules are also presented.Finally, the operator’s interface needs and the input/output parameters are shown.

  • D4.1 In the deliverable D4.1 on Cyber Physical Interfaces a generic connection between the cloud and the numerical controllers of Fidia, Siemens and Heidenhain has been developed to retrieve internal signals from the CNC. Moreover, an additional real-time hardware is integrated to the machine and interfaced with the complete system using dedicated communication protocols. All those interfaces allow interconnecting all the components of the MC-Suite Cyber Physical Systems.

  • D4.2 The MC-Suite project aims at increasing the machine tool productivity by introducing Cyber-Physical Systems able to increase the material removal rate or to reduce the process interruptions associated with the chip evacuation problems. Two systems namely the Spindle Speed Variation and the active damping are developed to face different chatter issues. A third system is able to reduce the chip length and thus ease the chip evacuation using modulation-assisted machining. The deliverable D4.2 presents the required analyses for the correct application of the three Cyber Physical Systems developed in the MC-Suite project.

  • D4.3 Within this deliverable Cedrat will design, manufacture and test both a single axis force feedback tool holder, and a three axis force feedback table. The tool Holder is based on the SECO Graflex interface, and measures loading within the range of ±30kN, while the table is able to measure Fy/Fx loadings of ±30kN and Fz loadings of ±60kN.

  • D5.1 This deliverable details all the new sensor systems used in MC-Suite and how they have been installed on the End Users machine tools. Particular focus is devoted to  detail the sensors installation on board of the machine tools as well as their functional validation. An appendix is provided to detail useful sensors’ characteristics.

  • D5.2 this deliverable presents the solution developed as a part of MC-Monitor for the uploading of the data to the cloud and its real-time distribution. In order to handle the large volume of data produced by the machines, the proposed solution leverage cloud infrastructures as well as big data techniques and software platforms to gather, pre-process, distribute and store the data.

  • D5.3 Within this deliverable Cedrat has designed, manufactured and tested and single axis force feedback table. The table is fitted with two sensors, an ECS position sensor developed by Cedrat and a strain gauge. The table is able to measure force feedback within the range of ±20kN and is suitable for measuring forces during machining operations.

  • D6.1 This deliverable details the management of the data generated by the sensors installed on the machining centres used in the MC-Suite project. This includes information about any supporting metadata, distribution, storage and retention, compression and reduction, cleaning and pre-processing

  • D8.1 This deliverable provides an overall explanation of scalability and High Performance Computing (HPC) terms and describes available solutions for each type of problem. Moreover, the deliverable analyses different MC-SUITE software module requirements and provides a scalability or HPC solution for each or them. Finally, there is a section which provides a guideline on how to set up different scalability and HPC solutions within MC-SUITE project context.

  • D8.3 Security and privacy play an essential role within MC-SUITE project. This deliverable is an overview of different security mechanisms available for securing Operation Technology facilities, communications and cloud infrastructures. In addition, it provides security recommendations to implement within MC-SUITE project

  • D8.8 The document provides means to justify the technologies adopted for the integration, some of the data structures that are used as basis for the web application, the different use cases that MC-SUITE users would need to address have been depicted in UML diagrams, and the first integrated pieces are shown as frontend.

  • D10.1 The deliverable D10.1 presents the www.mc-suite.eu webpage.

  • D10.3 This deliverable presents the dissemination plan of the MC-Suite Consortium over the project’s period, such as participation to exhibitions, fairs and workshops, press releases, publications, websites, social media, communication campaign (realisation of videos and films), and actions for external dissemination.

  • D10.5 This deliverable contains the exploitation plan of the MC-Suite Consortium over the project’s period. It describes the exploitable results identified by the partners, with some initial information about the commercialisation strategies foreseen. The business canvas models have been included together with the KPI list and the IP approach (freedom to operate and data ownership).

  • D11.1 The project quality handbook presented in the deliverable D11.1 has two main functions. Firstly, it acts as a reference source for all consortium members covering many of the day-to-day activities and providing links to further information where required. Secondly, it aims to standardize various elements of the project e.g. project reports, deliverables, file naming conventions, etc. through the use of agreed procedures and templates where relevant.