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Automatic CAD Model Reconstruction from Multiple Point Clouds for Reverse Engineering

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Jianbing Huang

2321 North Loop Dr., EDS PLM Solutions, Ames, Iowa 50010-8281e-mail: huangj@ugs.com

Chia-Hsiang Menq

Coordinate Metrology and Measurement Laboratory Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210-1154e-mail: menq.1@osu.edu

J. Comput. Inf. Sci. Eng 2(3), 160-170 (Jan 02, 2003) (11 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1529210 History: Received November 01, 2001; Revised October 01, 2002; Online January 02, 2003
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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CAD model construction: example 1. (a) Simulated unorganized point cloud (b) Segmented mesh (c) Reconstructed CAD model
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CAD model construction: example 4. (a) Simulated unorganized point cloud (b) Segmented mesh (c) Reconstructed CAD model
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CAD model construction: example 2. (a) Simulated vision data from 8 views (b) Segmented mesh (c) Reconstructed CAD model
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CAD model construction: example 3. (a) Simulated unorganized point cloud (b) Segmented mesh (c) Reconstructed CAD model
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A complete procedure for CAD model reconstruction from multiple point clouds
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Three steps in the proposed model reconstruction scheme. (a) Digitized Points (b) Shape Recovery (c) Mesh Segmentation (d) CAD Model Construction
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Mesh reconstruction from a single point cloud
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Cloud Registration and Integration
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Cloud registration. (a) Two point clouds with small registration error (b) Constructed anchor mesh (c) Point matching (d) Registered position
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Cloud integration. (a) Two point clouds with overlap region (b) Identified overlap points (c) Integrated mesh from two point clouds (d) Integrated mesh from six additional point clouds
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Fine tuning of mesh geometry
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Two-step mesh segmentation: simulated data with additive noise. (a) Simulated points (b) Reconstructed mesh surface (c) Coarse segmentation (d) Fine segmentation I: patch growing (e) Fine segmentation II: patch merging
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Pipeline of border thinning process
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Mesh segmentation: real measurement data from a turbine blade die. (a) Original die (b) Digitized points from top surface by robot CMM (c) Reconstructed mesh surface (d) Coarse segmentation (e) Fine segmentation I: false region elimination (f) Fine segmentation II: border thinning
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CAD model construction from segmented mesh. (a) Established mesh topology (b) Constructed Manifold Topology (c) Constructed CAD Model
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Pseudocode for manifold topology computation algorithm

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