Sirris manufacturing day 2013 ARGON Measuring Solutions - Geert Cremers

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Sirris manufacturing day 2013 ARGON Measuring Solutions - Geert Cremers

  1. 1. Robotised 3D measurement: the dawn of a revolution in manufacturing Manufacturing Day 2013, Nov 5 Geert Creemers, ARGON 1
  2. 2. Contents • About ARGON • The 2002 dilemma: Measuring At a Higher Level – Technology – Integration – Automation – Analysis • Conclusion 2
  3. 3. Argon in a nutshell • • • • High-end 3D metrology services HQ based near Brussels – Belgium 20 enthousiastic highly skilled professionals Offices in the Benelux and Germany, able to support clients world wide • Focus 3D scanning & automation - mobile 3D measurements • Unique portfolio of state of the art 3D measurement technologies & software 3
  4. 4. Services Trouble shooting interventions, on- & off site, world wide Expert know how and state of the art technology when you need it Launch Assistance Measurements and programming to shorten your launch processes Series inspection: Automated Metrology Design and programming of automated measurement processes Customised 3D Measurement Solutions Combining hard & software for tailored solutions 4
  5. 5. Sectors – Clients 5
  6. 6. The Long Standing Dream Core points of 2002 field Study by Sirris: Dilemma: • Measurement = cost … costs are cut • Products : ever more complex to make and measure Solution: • Measuring differently – « at a higher level » 1. 2. 3. Technology Integration Analysis 6
  7. 7. The Long Standing Dream Key requirements for ‘Measuring at a higher level’: 1. Time T technology One point per sec versus 100000 pts per second 2. Information Numbers versus 3D images ARGON’s presentation in 2004 3. Accuracy 0,1 to 0,01 mm 4. Distance I integration Measurement room versus – Next-to-Line 5. Automation Automated Measurement Automated Reporting Automated Handling 7
  8. 8. Close-to-line Anno 2004 Volkswagen Brussels – Launch of Golf 5 model 8
  9. 9. The Long Standing Dream Measuring differently – « at a higher level » 1. Technology 2. Integration 3. Analysis 9
  10. 10. 1. Technology: the structured light revolution Unparalled technological evolution 2002 – 2013: speed/accuracy x3 Source: www.gom.com 10
  11. 11. Application High Precision Plastics 11
  12. 12. Reference Markers on the Object – or on the Scan Fixture Key advantages: 1. Accurate sensor/part positioning not needed 2. Reference markers: on the part – or on frame around part 12 Robot Series inspection
  13. 13. 3D copy with 0,01mm precision … 1 mm 13
  14. 14. From Tables … to Colour and Section plots 14
  15. 15. The Long Standing Dream Key requirements for ‘measuring at a higher level’: 1. Time T One point per sec or 100000 pts per second 2. Information Numbers versus 3D images 3. Accuracy 0,1 to 0,01 mm 4. Distance I Measurement room versus In-Line – Next-to-Line 5. Automation Automated Measurement Automated Reporting Automated Handling 15
  16. 16. The Long Standing Dream Measuring differently – « at a higher level » 1. Technology 2. Integration 3. Analysis 16
  17. 17. 2. Integration 1. Time T One point per sec or 100000 pts per second 2. Information Numbers versus 3D images 3. Accuracy 0,1 to 0,01 mm 4. Distance I Measurement room versus In-Line – Next-to-Line 5. Automation Automated Measurement Automated Reporting Automated Handling 17
  18. 18. Breakthrough 2010-2012: Automated Scanning Scanning vs Tactile/Vision: Time gain by factor 10 … 18
  19. 19. Breakthrough 2010-2012: Automated Reporting Reporting templates: any complexity , full GD&T reporting, statistics (Cpk…) 19
  20. 20. Integration into production process 1. Next-to-line / close-to-line (human part handling needed) Manual handling/feeding Automated Feeding in Batch/Buffer 2. Fully automated – in-line (no human manipulations at all) Bypass On-line 20
  21. 21. 2. Integration: Close to line – Manual Feeding Source: www.gom.com 21
  22. 22. 2. Integration: manual feeding Source: www.gom.com 22
  23. 23. 2. Integration: batch feeding Buffer Zone Pickup Zone Scan Fixture On rotation table Buffer Zone Drop Zone 23
  24. 24. Integration into production process 1. Next-to-line / close-to-line (human manipulations needed) Manual handling/feeding Batch Feeding 2. Fully automated (no human manipulations) ByPass On-line ‘Auf die Kette ’ Under development First fully integrated ByPass projects (14) are installed at Volkswagen Wolfsburg – under NDA 24
  25. 25. 2. Integration: fully automated – on-line Research ongoing … AUDI-ARGON-GOM project 25
  26. 26. The Long Standing Dream Key requirements for ‘measuring at a higher level’: 1. Time T One point per sec or 100000 pts per second 2. Information Numbers versus 3D images 3. Accuracy 0,1 to 0,01 mm 4. Distance I Measurement room versus Next-to-Line (In-Line to follow) 5. Cost Automated Measurement Automated Reporting Automated Handling 26
  27. 27. The Long Standing Dream Measuring differently – « at a higher level » 1. Technology 2. Integration 3. Analysis 27
  28. 28. 3. Analysis New and faster information inputs Demand for new procedures for process optimisation 28
  29. 29. Efficient allocation of brains and brawn Tasks CMM Low skilled Technician Highly skilled Technician Measurement x Reporting x Engineer Analysis Tasks In-house Low skilled Technician/Robot Scanbox/TANKscan Measurement Reporting x Principle Analysis x Engineer x Coffee machine Highly skilled Technician x x x In-house/ARGON In-house Technicians  Shop Floor Operators + Engineers 29 Resource Allocation Problem: Lack of brains for • advanced reporting • analysis Solution: • Shopfloor operators • Engineers for reporting + analysis
  30. 30. Measuring “at a higher level”: Double TIME DIVIDEND Client benefits : • Shorter time-to-market • Reduced launch costs Client benefits : Reduced size of bad production batches Key advantages: 1. INFORMATION benefit • Easy-to-Interpret reports • Complete 3D inspection of parts • Shorter correction loops 2. TIME benefit: fast measurement 30
  31. 31. Conclusion 11 years after the Sirris Field Study 2002 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 2013 Time Information Accuracy Distance Automation – Measurement – Reporting – Handling 31
  32. 32. Conclusion Rather than a cost that you need to try to cut 3D inspection can become a competitive advantage, generating a DOUBLE TIME DIVIDEND The challenge is to all of us now to implement this potential… THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! 32

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