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Scanning & Digitizing Systems

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Artec Eva
Artec Eva
Long-time industry-favourite, this versatile 3D scanner makes fast 3D scans of objects such as the human body, furniture, industrial machinery and ancient artifacts.
Artec Leo
Artec Leo
Next generation 3D scanner. Tetherless, with a built-in screen and onboard processing, Leo makes professional 3D scanning as simple as taking a video on a cell phone. Powerful technology, which even captures under direct sunlight.
Artec Micro
Artec Micro
Professional ultra-high-precision industrial desktop 3D scanner for small machine parts, jewelry and dentistry
Artec Ray
Artec Ray
A long-range laser scanner that quickly delivers submillimeter accuracy. Designed for the highest precision and clean data capture, Ray is ideal for inspection/quality control as well as reverse engineering.
Artec Space Spider
Artec Space Spider
An ultra-high-resolution 3D scanner that excels at precisely capturing small objects and complex details for reverse engineering.
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Which Scanning System to Choose?

We offer three major types of scanning and digitizing systems each one has its own advantages and disadvantages based on the job specifics.

Laser scanners have the most flexibility of any noncontact scanning method; they can be mounted on a coordinate measuring machine (Brown and Sharpe, DEA, Wenzel, Zeiss, Mitutoyo and LK). They may also be attached to portable arms (Faro and Romer).  Finally, laser scanners can be used with the Leica tracker 901 series systems. Laser scanners are probably the most flexible of all scanning technologies. The reason being that they have the ability to measure all sides of the component either by a direct computer-controlled measuring machine or a portable arm.

White light scanning systems or blue light as in some cases are by far the fastest method of data accumulation. They are ideal for smaller components or large batch inspection of the same component. Once programmed they operate automatically even in conjunction with a rotary table or a loading robot (Steinbichler/Cognitens).

Analogue scanning devices which maintain constant contact with the component are mounted on a direct computer-controlled coordinate measuring machine. By far their advantage is precision, and also they can function as a tactile or touch system  (Renishaw SP 25/SP 600/Revo).

Confused? We have highly experienced applications engineers that can help you with your scanning requirements, call us today.

 

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