2009
DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/kem.410-411.197
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Sumit Hazra, David K. Williams, R. Roy, R. Aylmore, A. Smith

Abstract: Cosmetic defects such as ‘hollows’ are the result of deviations in a skin panel. These deviations are usually too small and local to be detected by discrete measurements of the panel but become visually apparent after the application of paint. As a result, the perceived quality of a panel may become unacceptable and considerable time may be dedicated to minimizing their occurrence through tool modifications. This paper proposes that there are three aspects to the problem: the springback or buckling of the pane…

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