The method we suggest is based on the use of a cad

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Unformatted text preview: n, R. J.; "Technology of Machine Tools, Vol. 5: Machine Tool Accuracy "; Lawrence Livermore Laboratory Report, UCRL –52960-5; 1999 How to Automate the Geometrical Tolerances Inspection: A Reverse Engineering Approach M. Germani, F. Mandorli Department of Mechanics, Polytechnic University of Marche, Via Brecce Bianche, 60100 Ancona (ITALY) www.dipmec.univpm.it m.germani@univpm.it Abstract: Identifying theories and methods to link geometrical tolerances specification and inspection processes is a widely spread research topic. The growing use of virtual product models which not only represent the geometry information, but also collect attributes, notes, parameters, rules and procedures, can facilitate the digital simulation of many real processes. In the present work we are interested in using such technologies for the purpose of simulating the inspection process of manufactured products. In particular, we propose an approach for virtual inspection of geometrical tolerances based on a feature-based 3D CAD model coupled with a 3D points cl...
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