Derivation of a Coordinate System of Three Laser Triangulation Sensors in a Plane
The paper discusses the derivation of an accurate coordinate measuring system based on the records of three fixed laser triangulation sensors done for a workpiece in movement.
The influence of the measurement and rounding inaccuracy on the identification accuracy using numerical simulation methods are assessed.
KeywordsMetrology Laser triangulation sensor Gauge block Sensors coordinate system Minimization GNU Octave
Work supported within the project VEGA 1/0224/18 “Research and development of testing and measuring methods in coordinate metrology”. The authors are grateful to Gheorghe Adam for fruitful discussion and advice.
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