This dataset is used to develop an algorithm for automatic segmenting the collected signals. When machining a workpiece in a milling process, vibration signals can be recorded by a 3-axis accelerometer, which is attached on the spindle of a CNC milling machine. To segment the recorded signals, a moving window (0.5 sec) is applied to sample the vibration signals and manually labeled the corresponding modes, i.e. dry run or milling, of each window. To verify the algorithm, 3 types of operations are provided and recorded in csv format. 

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[1] Haw-Ching Yang, "Signal Segmentation for Milling Process", IEEE Dataport, 2020. [Online]. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/bkyw-4g63. Accessed: Apr. 12, 2024.
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