In high precision cutting processes it is very important to have a highly balanced system in order to produce components in optical quality. Achieving the best possible balancing state is a time consuming process. Therefor the prediction of the influence of the balancing state on the surface quality of the component is desirable. On the other hand such a prediction model should enable us to compute an objective necessary balancing state for a desired surface quality and thus save balancing time. In this article we present a model of an high precision cutting experimental platform that describes vibrations of the platform caused by imbalances and forces from the cutting process. To compute imbalances from vibrational measurements, regularizations techniques for the solution of inverse and ill-posed problems are employed and presented.

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