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  ... lateral magnification light -, section -, sensitivity -, signal M machine -, class -, coordinate system -, software magnification matrix camera measured result measuring -, accuracy -, carriage -, microscope -, point -, principle -, speed -, uncertainty metrology lab multisensor coordinate measuring ...

  Measurement with CAD Data
  ... different views can be included in the measurement and the part can be measured from all sides. Depending on the job requirement involved, the measured results can be displayed either in a previously qualified reference coordinate system (for example, in vehicle coordinates in the automotive ...

  Image Processing Sensor
  ... precision measurement. The software used to detect the measured points from the digitized image data also greatly influences the quality of the measured results obtained from image processing sensors. A basic distinction can be made between two different software concepts: the “edge finder” and the ...

  Measuring Microscopes and Projectors
  ... measuring tasks. One of the chief disadvantages of this measuring technique is the fact that the operator directly influences the measured result by visually approaching the measured points (subjective measurement). In addition, the manual execution of complex measurement programs is very ... Generally speaking, however, only “go/no-go” information can be obtained in this manner. And once again, human judgement influences the

  Specification and Acceptance Test
  ... (caused by, for example, incorrect probe sphere diameter, incorrect origin of laser coordinates, or incorrect magnification) influences the measured result when measuring the gage blocks but not when measuring the sphere. At the same time, the averaging effect achieved by probing the sphere with a ...

  Measuring Accuracy
  ... the term “measuring accuracy” refers to everything that characterizes the precision of measured results. However, a closer look shows that a distinction must be made between various categories: • ... and define processes for checking this, • processes for determining the uncertainty of measured results when measuring part features taking all influencing factors into account, • defining and ...

  Measuring Tactile-Optical Sensor
  ... through a rigid shaft to the actual sensor (for example, a switch or piezoelectric element). Since each deflection of the shaft affects the measured result, the aim is to use shafts of maximum rigidity. In connection with the sensor technology applied, this leads to relatively high dimensions and ... is performed by an image processing sensor integrated into the system (Fig. 22). The deflection of the shaft is therefore not included in the

  Multidimensional Distance Sensors
  ... the laser beam with a moving (for example, a rotating polygonal) mirror. The evaluation is then performed using a matrix camera to obtain a measured result for multiple points by means of triangulation. A (light) section on the surface of the object is thus measured. A three-dimensional surface can ... is captured by the two cameras and then evaluated. In contrast to a stripe sensor, the accuracy of the projection does not influence the

  Laser Point Sensors
  ... be used to determine the distance via trigonometric relationships (or triangulation). The measured result depends heavily on the structure and angle of inclination of the surface. This leads to ... are used for readjustment in the corresponding axis of the coordinate measuring machine. The measured result is obtained by superimposing the values measured by the laser sensor over those measured by ...

  Interactive Graphic Measurement
  ... roughly position to the two edges concerned and click the “Measure” button each time. Both edges automatically appear as straight lines in the measured result. The geometric features thus measured are graphically displayed on the user interface. The angle can then be determined by clicking both lines ...