A non-contact laser speckle sensor for the measurement of robotic tool speed
datasetposted on 24.04.2018 by Tom Charrett, Yashwanth Bandari, Florent Michel, Jialuo Ding, Stewart Williams, Ralph Tatam
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Zip archives of the data files used to generate figures in the paper:
A non-contact laser speckle sensor for the measurement of robotic tool speed.
Thomas O.H. Charrett, Yashwanth K. Bandari, Florent Michel, Jialuo Ding, Stewart W. Williams, Ralph P. Tatam
The data used to generate each figure/table is contained in the following zip archives with additional metadata located in the file metadata.txt in each zip.
Fig 5&6 calibration.zip
Linearity and accuracy measurements of the calibrated sensor. Used for figures 5 and 6 in paper.
Fig 7 working distance sensitivity.zip
Measurements of the sensitivity to working distance changes used to generate figure 7 of the paper.
Fig 8 theta x tilt sensitivity.zip
Measurements of the sensitivity to working tilt about the x axis changes used to produce figure 8 of the paper.
Fig 9 theta y tilt sensitivity.zip
Measurements of the sensitivity to working tilt about the y axis changes used to produce figure 9 of the paper.
Fig 10&11 circular path test.zip
Measurements of circular path at varying tool speed used to demonstrate sensor accuracy and precision in figures 10 and 11 of the paper.
Fig 13 WAAM trial.zip
Example of the senors application on a manufacturing robot used in figure 13.
Table 2 sensitivity to error motions.zip
Speckle patterns stored with varying tilt angles and working distance to assess instanteous sensitivity to error motions used for values in table 2.