Optical scanners

  • 29-May-2012 04:10 EDT
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Creaform offers a line of MetraSCAN 3-D optical CMM scanners for accurate reverse engineering applications in the lab and on the shop floor. Easy to use and set up scanners feature Creaform's TRUaccuracy technology to ensure accurate dimensional surface measurements regardless of environmental instability or inadequate operator skill. Handheld scanners are offered in two versions: MetraSCAN 70 offers optimal resolution and is suitable for geometrical feature definition projects, such as sheet metal and tooling inspection, while MetraSCAN 210 offers increased measurement speed with improved stand-off and depth of field and is suitable for large surface metrology and large-scale reverse engineering. Both 3-D scanners are fitted with a light carbon structure.

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