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  • M Geiger
  • Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical…
  • 2013
The objectives of this study were to develop a numerically controlled experimental set-up to predict the movement caused by the force systems of orthodontic devices and to experimentally verify this system. The presented experimental set-up incorporated an artificial tooth fixed via a 3D force/moment sensor to a parallel kinematics robot. An algorithm(More)
The manufacturing of complex bent parts can be supported e€ectively by computer-aided planning methods. Software systems are already available for unfolding, laser cutting and bending sequence determination. The paper focuses on methods that support the design of non-standard bending tools and the ̄exible manufacturing of such tools using laminated object(More)
Our long-term objective for Phase II of our research is the construction of four Underwater Bioluminescence Assessment Tool (U-BAT) commercial prototypes that have been fully characterized in the laboratory and field, thereby paving the way for widespread use and acceptance of the U-BAT to measure bioluminescence by oceanographers and the Navy. WET Labs(More)
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