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Self-Calibration: Reversal, Redundancy, Error Separation, and "Absolute Testing"

Published

Author(s)

Christopher J. Evans, R Hocken, William T. Estler

Abstract

Over the years many techniques have been developed for accurate measurement of part features without reference to an externally calibrated artifact. This paper presents a partial survey of such methods for dimensional metrology, their ranges of application. and their limits. Finally, the paper attempts to distill the common features of the various methods in the hope that this may provide the basis, or inspiration, for development of new methods.
Citation
Annals of the CIRP
Volume
45(2)

Keywords

dimensional metrology, kinematic error correction, quality assurance

Citation

Evans, C. , Hocken, R. and Estler, W. (1996), Self-Calibration: Reversal, Redundancy, Error Separation, and "Absolute Testing", Annals of the CIRP (Accessed February 27, 2024)
Created January 1, 1996, Updated February 19, 2017