Optical coordinate measuring system

  • 30-Sep-2011 11:17 EDT


Creaform’s MaxSHOT 3-D optical coordinate measuring system combines the company’s MaxSHOT 3-D photogrammetric video camera and the VXshot processing software. It adds the accuracy and speed of photogrammetry to the range of applications from Creaform. Featuring real-time visualization and validation of acquired data and an entirely guided step-by-step operation, the system allows even those new to photogrammetry to quickly and easily generate a high-accuracy positioning model of an object. Using the MaxSHOT 3-D with Creaform’s Handyscan 3-D self-positioning scanner, a MetraSCAN optical coordinate measuring machine (CMM) 3-D scanner, or a HandyPROBE arm-free CMM equates shorter measuring time on larger parts, accelerated positioning of the device around the part, and higher measurement accuracy, which ultimately leads to reduced production costs and increased efficiency.

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