DUME, Adrian; COSMA, Cristian; STAN, Daniel; ICLANZAN, Tudor
January 2009
Annals of DAAAM & Proceedings;Jan2009, p639
Academic Journal
This in work proposes us to achieve part of complex configuration on machines tools using the rapid prototyping. is departed from an existing which part is scanning again then the cloud of points output in trace of the process of scan is transformed with of a help software's solid in. in order to caused the dimensional accuracy of used part measuring machines in and three one part obtained were moderate in four points, and so we can drawn some conclusions about the accuracy obtained after the manufacturing process.


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