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Design and Testing of a One Dimensional Measuring Machine for Determining the Length of Ball Bars

Published

Author(s)

J C. Ziegert, D Rea, Steven D. Phillips, Bruce R. Borchardt

Abstract

A new machine for the rapid calibration of ball bars has been built.  By means of comparisons to CMM measurements, it has been shown to work as an accurate special purpose machine for the calibration of ball bar lengths.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings of the American Society for Precision Engineering 2001 Annual Meeting
Conference Dates
November 10-15, 2001
Conference Location
Crystal City, VA, USA
Conference Title
American Society for Precision Engineering 2001 Annual Meeting

Keywords

ball bar, calibration, CMM, dimensional metrology

Citation

Ziegert, J. , Rea, D. , Phillips, S. and Borchardt, B. (2001), Design and Testing of a One Dimensional Measuring Machine for Determining the Length of Ball Bars, Proceedings of the American Society for Precision Engineering 2001 Annual Meeting, Crystal City, VA, USA (Accessed February 21, 2024)
Created December 31, 2000, Updated October 12, 2021