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Myles D Markey

from Romeo, MI
Age ~94

Myles Markey Phones & Addresses

  • 384 Main St, Romeo, MI 48065 (586) 752-2972
  • Pinckney, MI
  • Macomb, MI
  • Highland, MI

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Myles D Markey

Address:
Romeo, MI 48065
License #:
2901006668 - Expired
Category:
Dentistry
Issued Date:
Jun 15, 1954
Expiration Date:
Aug 31, 1995
Type:
Dentist

Myles D Markey

Address:
Romeo, MI 48065
License #:
2901006668 - Expired
Category:
Pharmacy
Expiration Date:
Aug 31, 1995
Type:
CS - 3

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Myles Markey
Principal
Myles D Markey DDS
Dentist's Office
384 N Main St, Bruce, MI 48065

Publications

Us Patents

External System For Robotic Accuracy Enhancement

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US Patent:
2009024, Sep 24, 2009
Filed:
Mar 23, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/408958
Inventors:
Brett Alan Bordyn - Plymouth MI,
Myles Daniel Markey - Ann Arbor MI,
Michael John Kleemann - Canton MI,
Assignee:
VARIATION REDUCTION SOLUTIONS, INC. - Plymouth MI
International Classification:
G05B 19/04
G05B 19/418
G06F 19/00
B25J 19/02
B25J 9/00
US Classification:
700259, 901 47, 901 14
Abstract:
The inventive concept of the metrology system (the system) actively determines the 6 Degree of Freedom (6-DOF) pose of a motion device such as, but not limited to, an industrial robot employing an end of arm tool (EOAT). A concept of the system includes using laser pointing devices without any inherent ranging capability in conjunction with the EOAT-mounted targets to actively determine the pose of the EOAT at distinct work positions of at least one motion device.

Method And Apparatus For Temperature Compensation Of Measurements From A Non-Contact Sensor

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US Patent:
6180939, Jan 30, 2001
Filed:
Dec 4, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/205742
Inventors:
Myles Markey - Ann Arbor MI
Dale R. Greer - Novi MI
Stephen James Tenniswood - Rochester MI
Jesper Christensen - Freising,
Assignee:
Perceptron, Inc. - Plymouth MI
International Classification:
H01J 724
US Classification:
250238
Abstract:
A temperature compensation system (300) is provided for compensating measurements from a sensor (240). A temperature transducer (310) is placed in close proximity to a manufacturing workstation as a means of measuring the ambient temperature associated with the workstation (200). A reference workpiece (100) is placed within a sensing zone of the sensor (240). The system (300) includes a temperature compensating module (320) that is connected to the sensor (240) and to the temperature transducer (310) for determining a baseline measurement of the reference workpiece at a reference temperature. The temperature compensating module (320) is further adapted for collecting a plurality of measurements of the reference workpiece over a plurality of temperatures for establishing a relationship between these measurements and their corresponding temperature values. In addition, a workpiece measuring module (330) is also connected to the sensor (240) and to the temperature transducer (310) for measuring a first workpiece at a first temperature, whereby the sensor measurement is compensated for temperature using this relationship. In this way, the temperature compensation system (300) compensates the sensor measurement for physical changes in any of the components of the workstation that are caused by fluctuations in ambient temperature.

Method And Apparatus For Calibrating A Non-Contact Gauging Sensor With Respect To An External Coordinate System

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US Patent:
6134507, Oct 17, 2000
Filed:
May 4, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/073205
Inventors:
Myles Markey - Ann Arbor MI
Dale R. Greer - Novi MI
Brett Hibbard - Byron MI
Assignee:
Perceptron, Inc. - Plymouth MI
International Classification:
G01C 302
US Classification:
702 95
Abstract:
The laser tracker is positioned at a vantage point to detect and calibrate its reference frame to the external reference frame demarcated by light-reflecting retro reflector. A tetrahedron framework with retro reflector mounted on one of the vertices serves as a reference target that is placed in front of the non-contact sensor to be calibrated. The laser tracker reads and calibrates the position of the retro reflector (and thus the tetrahedron) while the structured light of the non-contact sensor is projected onto the framework of the reference target. The structured light intersects with and reflects from the reference target, providing the non-contact sensor with positional and orientation data. These data are correlated to map the coordinate system of the non-contact sensor to the coordinate system of the external reference frame.
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