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Unformatted text preview: our reference example, the described inspection process has reported a value of 0.55 mm, that is 0.05 mm above the allowed tolerance (see also figure 7). This result has been proved to be consistent with the result obtained with a traditional inspection process. Figure 7; Graphical representation of the inspection result. 5. CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS This paper presents a methodology for the virtual inspection of GT based on the use of 3D CAD models and a 3D scanner based on fringe projection technology. The CAD model is enriched in order to store the information about GT specifications in terms of attributes linked to the model geometrical features. The 3D digitizing system is used to perform the fast acquisition of the manufactured component shape. The proposed methodology has been tested on a real case showing promising results. The main advantages of the proposed methodology concern the integration of design aspects with inspection aspects: once the manufactured product has...
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