Real-Time Monitoring Method for Five-Degrees-of-Freedom of the Extruder’s Moving Parts
On the basis of systematic study on the existing measurement methods of multi-degrees-of-freedom, A real-time monitoring method for five-degrees-of-freedom of the extruder’s moving parts was proposed based on laser beam measurement reference and machine vision. Simultaneously measuring multi-degrees-of-freedom is implemented by two-collimated laser beam and three-point measurement in this method, laser dispersion technology is used for several measuring points using the same basis simultaneously, the baseline errors are initial adjusted and real-time monitored, the method of machine vision is used for precise extraction of the position signals. Position signals are collected and selected by a Charge Coupled Device (CCD) sensor and a high speed Digital Signal Processor (DSP), long-distance propagation and reconciliation of multi-channel data is implemented by an industrial Ethernet. Experiments indicated the method is effective and steady.
Paul P. Lin and Chunliang Zhang
X. Wang et al., "Real-Time Monitoring Method for Five-Degrees-of-Freedom of the Extruder’s Moving Parts", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 105-107, pp. 630-634, 2012