Processing techniques of point cloud data on small-sized objects with complex free-form surface
Keywords:CATIA, reverse engineering, point cloud data processing, complex free form surface, small-sized objects
AbstractThe scattered point cloud data, which comes from such small-sized objects with complex free-form surface as shelled shrimp, is processed as error points removing, points filtering, holes filling, clouds segmenting, etc. using CATIA V5 R20. The principle of data processing and skills utilized in the operation mentioned above apply also to the small-sized objects similar to the shelled shrimp in reverse engineering in other fields, such as optical components, irregular parts, ears, nose, etc..
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