Typologie et conception des machines à mesurer tridimensionnelles : un état de l’art
1 LE2I UMR6306, CNRS, Arts et Métiers, Univ. Bourgogne Franche-Comté, F-21000 Dijon, France
2 Laboratoire MSMP, Arts et Métiers Paris Tech - 8 Boulevard Louis XIV, 59046 LILLE Cedex, France
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This article is limited to coordinate measuring machines CNC ordered without addressing probing systems, measuring arms or optical techniques. We present an inventory of major architectures based on the standard ISO10360–1. Then, the key points of the design of coordinate measuring machines are studied. These key points are related to the design of the slideways, the Abbe principle introduced by Ernst Abbe in the late nineteenth which remains a fundamental point, the position of drives and materials. The geometry correction software becomes essential in the mid-1980s. We recall the basic ideas and confronts lapping practiced previously. Finally, we give some leads on trends in the design of CMM related to the introduction of sensors, the emergence of "microCMM" or three-dimensional comparator. This is to provide in a few pages, a panorama of the state of the main knowledge in terms of design and product evolution.
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