What is it about?

The objective of this research is to determine the kinematic relation between the elements of Automated laser line scanning system and component surface. The background of this topic is each component surface is scanned along the path, collecting the measured points by the automated laser line scanning system. These points are observed in point cloud data. Each point corresponds to the position of robot. The results to be achieved is integration of three frames- FANUC S430IW, MetraSCAN-R and spherical component surface is obtained; consequently, it moved as one system to generate a trajectory path

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Why is it important?

Manufacturing and remanufacturing parts needs to inspect 100s of parts per day. The manual scanning inspection is tedious, inconsistent scan results. Hence automated laser line system improves the fast scanning of parts, as well as scan result or point cloud data of part. In order to get better point cloud data from system it is important to understand the kinematics of robot poses corresponding to the work-piece. Hence the model developed in this research will help to better understand kinematics and motion of the 6DOF robot with 3D line laser scanner.

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This page is a summary of: Kinematic Modeling of an Automated Laser Line Point Cloud Scanning System, Procedia Manufacturing, January 2016, Elsevier, DOI: 10.1016/j.promfg.2016.08.078.
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