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The article deals with a special method of measuring the maximum deviation of objects from roundness based on the inverse kinematics principle. The inverse measurement mechanism is based on the immobility of the measuring probes and the object performing all the motions required to measure a dimension. The advantage of this principle is minimization of the temperature change, while the adverse effect in the measurement system is greatly reduced at the same time. The measurement methodology requires a special software evaluation of the data measured. The aim of the given measurement methodology was to establish the maximum roundness deviation that corresponds to the Least Squares Circle (LSC) method. An experiment with three measuring probes was conducted to verify the methodology.

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Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Control Engineering, Metrology and Testing