Application of a Visual Measurement Technique to the Assessment of Electrodynamic Stamping


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This paper discusses a visual method of measuring the geometric parameters of elements produced by electrodynamic stamping. This paper presents also electrodynamic method which is an unconventional machining technology, which complements the capabilities of traditional technologies, in particular as regards the formation of metal elements with low-profile dies of complex shape. The article discusses issues related to resolution of the vision system, resolution of laser beam analysis, and resolution relating to the measurement of the height profile on the surface of the product. Based on the model constructed in such a way, measurements are presented in order to assess the dimensional parameters. Based on tests and analyses of the three-dimensional model, a range of inspection tasks using 3D vision systems is indicated.



Solid State Phenomena (Volume 177)

Edited by:

Andrzej Kot




J. Bednarczyk and A. Sioma, "Application of a Visual Measurement Technique to the Assessment of Electrodynamic Stamping", Solid State Phenomena, Vol. 177, pp. 1-9, 2011

Online since:

July 2011




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