Publication detail

Analysis of sheet metal parts behaviour during fringe projection based digitization

KOUTECKÝ, T. PALOUŠEK, D. BRANDEJS, J.

Original Title

Analysis of sheet metal parts behaviour during fringe projection based digitization

English Title

Analysis of sheet metal parts behaviour during fringe projection based digitization

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper deals with the topic of fringe projection 3D scanning of sheet metal parts. This method of inspection is widely used in sheet metal parts production in the automotive industry. The digitization of sheet metal parts surfaces is difficult due to their high reflectivity and specular reflections caused thereby. Experimental measurements with the 3D scanner based on fringe projection principle have been carried out on two different flat sheet metal samples. Different range of exposure (and observation) angles and exposure times of fringe pattern projection have been used. The results of these experiments show that the range of 10-30 degrees (in relation to the scanners projector) gives the best results in the case of scanning using two cameras and angles close to 30 degrees give the best results in the case of scanning with one camera.

English abstract

This paper deals with the topic of fringe projection 3D scanning of sheet metal parts. This method of inspection is widely used in sheet metal parts production in the automotive industry. The digitization of sheet metal parts surfaces is difficult due to their high reflectivity and specular reflections caused thereby. Experimental measurements with the 3D scanner based on fringe projection principle have been carried out on two different flat sheet metal samples. Different range of exposure (and observation) angles and exposure times of fringe pattern projection have been used. The results of these experiments show that the range of 10-30 degrees (in relation to the scanners projector) gives the best results in the case of scanning using two cameras and angles close to 30 degrees give the best results in the case of scanning with one camera.

Keywords

3D scanning, automation, sheet metal parts, automotive industry, reflections

RIV year

2013

Released

16.12.2013

Publisher

Magnanimitas

Location

Hradec Králové

ISBN

978-80-87952-00-9

Book

Sborník příspěvků z mezinárodní vědecké konference MMK2013, Mezinárodní Masarykova konference pro doktorandy a mladé vědecké pracovníky

Pages from

3499

Pages to

3508

Pages count

10

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT103737,
  author="Tomáš {Koutecký} and David {Paloušek} and Jan {Brandejs}",
  title="Analysis of sheet metal parts behaviour during fringe projection based digitization",
  annote="This paper deals with the topic of fringe projection 3D scanning of sheet metal parts. This method of inspection is  widely used in sheet metal parts production in the automotive industry. The digitization of sheet metal parts surfaces is difficult due to their high reflectivity and specular reflections caused thereby. Experimental measurements with the 3D scanner based on fringe projection principle have been carried out on two different flat sheet metal samples. Different range of exposure (and observation) angles and exposure times of fringe pattern projection have been used. The results of these experiments show that the range of 10-30 degrees (in relation to the scanners projector) gives the best results in the case of scanning using two cameras and angles close to 30 degrees give the best results in the case of scanning with one camera.",
  address="Magnanimitas",
  booktitle="Sborník příspěvků z mezinárodní vědecké konference MMK2013, Mezinárodní Masarykova konference pro doktorandy a mladé vědecké pracovníky",
  chapter="103737",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="Magnanimitas",
  year="2013",
  month="december",
  pages="3499--3508",
  publisher="Magnanimitas",
  type="conference paper"
}