Study Program:
UBMAF220A007-002, MSc (graduate) Academic Studies
Course Code:
Dr. Miloš Glavonjić, Full Time Professor
Course Status:
ECTS Credits:
Prerequisites for Course Attendance:
Defined by the Study Program curriculum, student motivation for learning about machine tools and machining systems according to the goals set and outcomes offered.
(1)To develop ability to perceive typical missions of machining systems. (2)To study machine tools mechanisms and systems for their control and programming. (3) To receive training in testing procedures for machine tools. (4)To develop ability to analyze complex machine tools and machining systems equipment. (5) The develop ability to analyze the resources for machine tools development. (6) To study configuring and/or building of machine tools for planned mission. (7) To receive training for realization of one mission of machine tools through writing the seminar work. (8) To know how to make technical projects.
(1)Knowledge about typical missions of machining systems. (2) Basic knowledge about machine tools mechanisms and control and programming systems of new generation. (3) Skill for quality evaluation of machine tools and machining system based on results of performed testing. (4)Skill for identifying the generation of machine tool and machining system. (5) Skill for configuring machine tool for one’s own needs. (6) Knowledge about available resources for development and/or upgrading of machine tools and machining systems.
New teaching contents: (1) AH -1 Consolidation of the curriculum for Machine Tools M. (2) AN-2 Machine tools mechanisms. (3) AN-3 Configuring machine tools. (4) AN-4 Open-architecture machine tools control. (5) AN-5 Object programming of machine tools. (6) AN-6 Testing of machine tools and machining systems. (7) AN-7 Complex machine tools. (8) AN-8 Machine tools and machining systems equipment. (9) AN-9 Resources for machine tools and machining systems development. Extension: (1) AR-1 Extension of the theme AN-2 using the examples of support structures, guides, leading spindle etc. (2) AR-2 Extension of the theme AN-3: Methods of configuring new machine tools. (3) AR-3 Extension of the theme AN-4: The EMC2 System for machine tools control. (4) AR-4 Extension of the theme AN-5: The STEP-NC Protocol for programming machine tools. (5) AR-5 Extension of the theme AN-6: Examples of complete procedures for testing machine tools.
1.Auditorial exercises: (1) Resources for studying machine tolls. (2) Plan and program of laboratory exercises. 2. Laboratory exercises: (1) Machining system static stiffness. (2) Testing lathe accuracy. (3) Working accuracy of numerically-controlled milling machines. (4) Circular interpolation test / One combined testing of machining system. 3. Seminar work.
LPI-1: Three work places with manually controlled machine tools. LPI-2: Three work places with numerically controlled machine tools. LMS-1: The system for circular interpolation test. LMS-2: The system for laboratory testing of machine tools accuracy.LRS-1: One developmental work place with machine tool of the MOMA type. LRS-2 One work place for testing machine tools mechanisms. LPS-1: Work places for programming machine tool of the MOMA type. APS-1: The system for experimental data acquisition and processing.

Active teaching – number of teaching hours:
[4]; Lectures: [2]; Exercises: 0.6]; Other forms of teaching: [1.4]; Research work: [0];
Other – number of teaching hours:
Teaching methods:
Active teaching: Lecturing of new material: 20; Lecture explanations and examples: 10;
Practical teaching: Auditorial exercises: 3; Laboratory exercises: 17; Seminar work: 10;
Knowledge check: Laboratory report assessment: 1; Seminar work assessment: 1; Colloquium assessment: 3; Test assessment: 7;
Assessment of knowledge
Pre-exam assignments (points)
Final examination format Points
Feedback during course study
Laboratory exercises
Seminar work
Calculation tasks