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Automatic, Task-Sensitive and Simulation-Based Optimization of Fringe Projection Measurements

Periodical Key Engineering Materials (Volume 437)
Main Theme Measurement Technology and Intelligent Instruments IX
Edited by Yuri Chugui, Yongsheng Gao, Kuang-Chao Fan, Roald Taymanov and Ksenia Sapozhnikova
Pages 439-443
DOI 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.437.439
Citation Johannes Weickmann et al., 2010, Key Engineering Materials, 437, 439
Online since May, 2010
Authors Johannes Weickmann, Albert Weckenmann, Peter Frederik Brenner
Keywords Fringe Projection Systems, Inspection Planning, Simulation of Measurements
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Fringe projection systems gain in importance in manufacturing quality control due to their multiple advantages. However, determination of an optimal inspection setup – including sighting- and positioning-strategy and configuration of the sensor – is a challenging task. There is no standardized, methodical approach established yet. Thus the success of an inspection depends on the skills and diligence of the inspection planner. This paper shows an approach for the reduction of these shortfalls. Therefore a software-tool was developed, which provides a simulation-based, task-sensitive and automatic optimization of inspection setups. Fundament for the simulation of the measurement is a continuous model. Thus the measurement result and the quality of a chosen inspection setup can be simulated. Based on this, algorithms for the multi-criteria-optimization of inspection setups were implemented.

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