High-speed laser probe

  • 14-Jul-2009 02:00 EDT

Primarily used for mid- to large-sized objects such as molds, stampings, and sheet metal, the SLP-500 is part of Laser Design’s next-generation line of 3-D laser-scanning probes. Faster and more accurate than its predecessors, the high-precision surveyor laser probe (SLP) delivers virtually noise-free scan data as a result of advances in its electronics and optics architecture. The lightweight SLP-500, with a laser line length of 50 mm (1.97 in), scans at ultrahigh speeds with an accuracy of up to 20 µm (790 µin). In response to the needs of industries whose parts may bend or warp when repositioned and for tools that are suitable for onsite inspection on the factory floor, the SLP probes were designed to be fully integrated with portable seven-axis articulated coordinate measuring machines such as Faro arms.
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