CMM Measurements and Quality Control Applications


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Artkın F.

ASES International Kayseri Scientific Research Conference, Kayseri, Turkey, 1 - 03 September 2023, vol.1, pp.248-253

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
  • Volume: 1
  • City: Kayseri
  • Country: Turkey
  • Page Numbers: pp.248-253
  • Kocaeli University Affiliated: Yes

Abstract

CMMs are industrial inspection tools that measure dimensional accuracy in fabricated fragile.

It is a very important industrial measurement method for recording production. They use

different mechanisms such as scanners, touch triggers, and visual probes to navigate objects

through the X, Y, and Z program. Measurements obtained can then be aligned with the product's

initial design plans or specifications to ensure it matches the finished product. Unwanted quality

produced can be monitored to ensure that it matches the original design plans with tolerance

levels preferred by the customer. CMMs can take measurements at different stages of production to quickly identify problems before the project is finished or large volumes of work

are completed. Smart factories provide connectivity by using advanced technologies such as

Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI). They use big data analytics to improve

production process efficiency, procedure and quality. CMM is an important product in this

process. They can provide real-time data of parts and broken physical dimensions. CMM plays

a crucial role in the development of smart factories and smart manufacturing. The CMM

provides the precise and accurate measurements necessary for a smart factory to operate

efficiently and effectively. The data provided by the CMM is available to increase the overall

accuracy and accuracy of the manufacturing process. The data can be used to identify areas

where it can be performed in part design or within the manufacturing process itself. This helps

increase the overall competitiveness of the producer leading to increased efficiency and the

regeneration of waste. The data provided by the CMM is also available to optimize the supply

chain by providing real-time information on parts availability. This helps minimize disruptions

in the supply chain and keeps the production process running smoothly and efficiently. CMMs

can be integrated into the overall smart manufacturing system, allowing real-time monitoring

of the manufacturing process. They enable manufacturers to quickly identify and resolve

emerging issues, reduce downtime and increase productivity in the quality control process.