Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen (mit Tagungsband-Eintrag):

G. Biegelbauer, H. Nöhmeyer, C. Eberst, M. Vincze:
"Sensor Based Robotics for fully Automated Inspection of Bores at Low Volume High Variant Parts";
Vortrag: IEEE International Conference on Robotics & Automation, New Orleans; 26.04.2004 - 01.05.2004; in: "Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE International Conference on Robotics & Automation", (2004), S. 4852 - 4857.

Kurzfassung englisch:
Bores and internal threads play a critical role as
integral parts of connections, bearings and engines, hydraulic
and pneumatic systems. Defective bore surfaces lead to increased
friction and abrasion, leakage, and reduced stability. Therefore,
industry demands ever higher quality of components’ bore
surfaces. Today industrial automation is limited to high part
volumes. Current systems miss a high flexibility or are mainly
driven by human interaction and control. Therefore the main
target of this work is to develop an automatic system for rapid
and flexible 100% surface inspection of bores with diameters
from 4 to 50mm. Further a method for the detection and
localization of bores on arbitrary metallic objects has to be
developed as well as the image processing for the inspection with
a vision system has to be done. The main focus is on easy
operating of the system achieved with rapid programming for the
user. The paper will describe the system, in overview and detail,
and will show the promising results of the experiments and a
public long-term demonstration (4 days) during an industrial

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