Modelling of linear test bench for short distance measurements
AbstractTo perform the calibration of total stations under laboratory conditions, lack of space is a common issue. The paper presents the analysis of applied solutions for short distance measurements and assumptions of the construction development of a linear test bench for cyclic error determination. Various aspects of improvement are explained in the paper and the preliminary design of a linear test bench being developed at Vilnius Gediminas Technical University is presented.
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