The main goal of this project is the introduction of a non-contact measuring machine at GM Uzbekistan plants, which will greatly improve the quality of the cars produced. Increase their competitiveness in the world market, which will increase the export of products. An automated robot with a 3D scanner instead of a probe will be used as a non-contact measuring machine for determining and measuring geometric deviations.
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Khusnuddinov, Fazluddin and Kholkhujaev, Jasurkhuja
"Development and Implementation of Non-Contact Measuring Machine in The Automobile Industry of GM Uzbekistan,"
Acta of Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent: Vol. 8
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