App191 en completely-automatic-3-d-repair-welding

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App191 en completely-automatic-3-d-repair-welding

  1. 1. A191_e2D/3D Laser ScannerscanCONTROLCompletely automatic 3D repair weldingWhen it comes to large, high capital cost machines suchas a soft coal excavator, it is more economical to repairany worn parts than to replace the worn components withbrand new ones. A chain link on an excavator is a goodexample here. After approximately four years of harsh,continuous operation, these steel parts are worn so muchthat several centimetres of steel are missing in the affec-ted areas.Previously, in order to repair these worn areas, the erodedmaterial was welded on again manually, which took se-veral hours. The welder has to manually weld on severalparallel webs in order to restore the chain link to its origi-nal form.As soon as this is done, he checks the shape confor-mance using templates and a calliper gauge.Mabotic has developed a completely automatic methodfor RWE to automate this repair process.In the first stage, the surface of the defective area is scan-ned with a scanCONTROL 2700 – 100. For this, the scan-CONTROL is moved over the surface by a robot. The 3Ddata of the worn area together with the position data of therobot are obtained. The outstanding quality of the sensordata on different types of surfaces means that surfacepre-treatment is not required.In a second stage, 64,000 measuring points per secondare obtained in the CAD target model of the chain link.Therefore, the difference in volume between the high re-solution measured values and the target contour is ob-tained.
  2. 2. www.micro-epsilon.comPage 2In the next stage, the optimum welding lines for weldingthe eroded material in this differential volume are calcu-lated.This entire process is completed in less than 3 minutes.Finally, the calculated welding lines are transmitted to therobot controller and the welding process can start.Mabotic is also applying the system to other applications,partly due to the flexibility of the scanCONTROL range,which provides measuring ranges from 10 to 100mm withmeasuring point rates of 64,000 to 256,000. scanCONTROL data (yellow), calculated welding lines (green)MICRO-EPSILON A member of micro-epsilon groupKönigbacherstr. 15 Tel. +49 (0) 85 42/1 68-0 info@micro-epsilon.com Certified DIN EN ISO 9001 : 200094496 Ortenburg/Germany Fax +49(0) 85 42/1 69 90 www.micro-epsilon.com Modifications reserved / 9781191-A010079FHF

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