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New Approach :
Calibration by means of
configuration space (= space
of joint states) transformations
based on finite elements.
Phone: +49 721 9145 997-10
Fax: +49 721 9145 997-90
Dr. Johannes Gottlieb, Karlsruhe
This method stands for a
calibration of highest accuracy.
USt. IdNr. DE231466676
State of the art
Calibration of parallel kinematics
is conventionally based on
parameter identification. It aims
at identifying the real geometric
parameters, that are mainly
responsible for pose deviations.
By comparing ideal poses with
measured poses real geometric
parameters are desired to be
identified in order to minimize
This method works fine when
calibrating serial kinematics.
Applied to parallel kinematics this
method faces “improper posed
“Applied to parallel robot this
method leads to calibration result
that are in general disastrous.”X1
Pandilov, Z. & Dukovski, V.
ACTA TECHNICA CONVINIENSIS
Bulletin of Engineering, Tome IV, 2011, pp.
77-84. ISSN 2067-3809
configuration space is not based
on the identification of real
cannot be identified, anyway.
transformed results of the
calibration measurements can be
used for pose corrections,
without any approximation errors
parameters will not cause high
spectral deviations in joint space.
Therefore, an error compensation
based on finite elements is the
means of choice.
So, pose deviations based on
geometrical deviations can be
compensated in an excellent
Typical results of simulation
Compensation of faulty
MPI Stewart Platform
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