Experimental Researches Regarding the Distribution of the Deformations on Incremental Formed Parts

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The goal of this research is to present results regarding the variation of the deformations on the surface of the incremental formed parts. The experiments were performed on a custom layout by means of a KUKA industrial robot and the measurement of the sheet metal deformations was done using ARAMIS optical measurement system. The custom layout allows for the measurement of the deformations to take place during the actual forming process

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