Design and manufacturing of the Nub3d Sidio inspect body
Document typeMaster thesis
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This final Project has involved the redesigning and manufacturing of the body of a 3D scanner called Sidio Inspect. The main components of this scanner are the projector, a camera along with all the necessary hardware to connect them and scan the objects and a computer to receive, process the information and generate the images. This scanner is capable of generating complete tri-dimensional images of any physical object with the intention of performing a dimensional control. It is built to be mounted on a robotic arm on an assembly line and inspect all the assemblies or manufactured components so that any imperfections in the different processes can be detected quickly, efficiently while preventing them from continuing in the assembly line which will save substantial costs at the end of the assembly process. The current prototype is poorly constructed; it is built using unconventional manufacturing processes that will not protect the delicate and expensive internal components in case of an accidental impact. It does not offer proper cooling for the projector and it’s not properly sealed to prevent impurities from entering the system. The new mechanical design of the body will fix these current problems and improve the scanner capabilities all within the given budget and time constraints given by the company.
SubjectsOptical scanners -- Design and construction, Three-dimensional imaging, Artificial arms, Robots, Industrial, Lectors òptics -- Disseny i construcció, Imatges tridimensionals, Braços artificials, Robots industrials
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