LOGISTICAL MEASUREMENT STRATEGY ON COORDINATE MEASURING MACHINES AS A TOOL FOR THE REPRODUCIBILITY OF RESULTS

Abstract

This paper examines the impact of a selected logistical measurement strategy on coordinate measuring machines for the reproducibility of measurement results. Optimising the reproducibility of measurement results is one of the basic requirements in the process of verifying the quality of components between organisations, workplaces and processes. Selected measurement strategy and logistics selected by the operator of a coordinate measuring machine may be transposed as variability of measurement results because of these parameters. This variability, expressed as the uncertainty of measurement, is a potential source of disparity between the results of individual measurements of the same parameters on machine components. This paper examines the process and the influence of selected aspects of the chosen measurement strategy on resulting uncertainty of measurement and its behaviour in terms of the conditions of reproducibility. Experimental research is based on the use of Taguchi methods of experiment design and more precise MSA (measurement system analysis) tools.

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