Renald Vincent's research while affiliated with Centre Technique des Industries de la Fonderie and other places

Publications (6)

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This paper proposes a periodic verification/acceptance test for Articulated Arm Coordinate Measuring Machine (AACMM). The verification tests recommended by standards dedicated to AACMM are generally time consuming and require bulky artifacts. In fact, the volumetric test of ISO 10360-12 requires measuring five lengths in seven different directions,...
Article
In order to verify the performance of articulated arm coordinate measuring machines, the standards/guidelines that address this topic require the use of different length artefacts. For instance, the volumetric test of ISO 10360-12:2016 requires measuring five calibrated lengths in seven directions (three horizontal, three diagonal and one vertical)...
Article
This paper proposes a quick and efficient methodology of uncertainty estimation on measurement results provided by an articulated arm coordinate measuring machine (AACMM). The methodology is highly adapted to industrial applications - a frequent use of these devices - but can also be performed in laboratories. The study stems from an actual need am...
Conference Paper
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This paper presents a methodology of evaluating the performance of Articulated Arm Coordinate Measuring Machines (AACMM) for general acceptance-based on the manufacturer's specifications, and on site-based mainly on the application requirements. The first part of this paper takes stock of ISO 10360-12: 2016 standard, which defines the tests that th...

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... The verification test was conducted to identify the encoder errors, kinematic modelling errors and errors associated with various mechanical deformations through a comparison with ISO 10360-12 verification test guidelines. The verification test was designed keeping in view the kinematic structure redundancy of portable CMM, so that all the encoders moved through complete range with measurements confined in a small area [23]. ...
... Two proposed time saving alternative solutions involved a self-centering probe, segmented ball bar, spherical mounts with kinematic seat inserts to replace the ball bar spheres and a spherical probe. These two solutions exhibited considerable difference in measurement uncertainties [21]. ...
... Here, the AACMM was evaluated in a specific work volume of its range (known as metrologically controlled area; MCA), capturing errors. A two-step approach was adopted including reproducibility test conducted on a kinematic seat in MCA, followed by measurement of a tetrahedral artefact for multiple times [20]. Researchers have also worked for optimization of performance verification of AACMM for industrial environments, using segmented ball bars with kinematic seats. ...