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Supplier: ZBA, Inc.
Description: and miniature scan module possesses outstanding scan performance.The ZB-5130M is based on a CCD scan engine with a bright and narrow LED Illumination source, as similar in nature to a laser line, that gives the user visual feedback on the positioning of the scanner. The ZB-5130M is designed with a high
- Bar Code Scanner Type: Fixed Horizontal / In-counter
- Light Source: LED / CCD
- PCS Value: 0.3000 #
- Resolution: 4 mils
Supplier: Motorola Solutions, Inc.
Description: mount scanner, the FZY modules are ideal for manufacturing, warehousing and shipping, conveyer belts, assembly lines, library systems and other applications needing reliable unattended scanning. The WA modules are ideal for OEM applications such as diagnostic equipment, medical instruments, kiosks
- Light Source: Laser
- Interface Options: Serial
Supplier: Microscan Systems Incorporated
Description: of view available for reading any symbol at close range. It is the ideal barcode imager for OEM design engineers who need to read 2D symbols in tight spaces with 100% data integrity. Compact & Lightweight: The MS-4 is the world's smallest high performance barcode imager. Its small form allows
- Bar Code Scanner Type: Fixed Horizontal / In-counter, Fixed Vertical / Counter-top
- Light Source: LED / CCD
- Scan Rate: 10 Scans/Sec
- Maximum Depth of Scan Field: 6 inch
Supplier: Custom Sensors, Inc.
Description: Decoder module is designed for OEM applications. The complete circuit is contained on a 2.9" X 1.6" circuit board and requires only a 5 Volt DC power supply. The unit is designed to accept an input from a digital barcode sensor. The sensor may be a wand, fixed beam scanner, or moving beamShow More
Supplier: Sharpe Products
Description: machines allow us to bend using their multi-stacking & rolling, and hole punching capabilities. Quality inspection processes are in place for every type of quality level needed from 100% fixturing on the BluCo to detailed reporting from the Tube Inspect and 3D laser scanner. This gives Sharpe
- Bending Capabilities: CNC Bending, Mandrel / Rotary-draw, Roll
- Additional Capabilities: Buffing / Polishing, End Forming, End Flattening, Slotting & Notching, Piercing & Punching, Swaging, Welding / Brazing, Other
- Raw Material Form: Tube, Pipe
- Cross Section: Round, Square / Rectangular
Supplier: Nutfield Technology
Description: Nutfield Technology’s QS-7 Open Frame 2-Axis Scan Heads are compact and provide flexibility for mounting in OEM applications or pro ducts. The scan head includes two galvanometers with mirrors mounted in optimized XY configuration, two servo amplifiers (require mounting to heat sink
- Type: Component / Subsystem
- Options / Components: Galvanometer Scanner, Laser Head / Focusing Unit, Laser Optics / Beam Delivery
- Process / Operation: Laser Marking, Other
- Automation / Control: Windows / PC Control
Supplier: Tordivel AS
Description: With our 3D Scanner we can create accurate 3D models of your products. The 3D Scanner is based on multiple Laser Triangulation Profiles working in a common 3D coordinate system with the highest accuracy. A scan is fast and creates models with a resolution down to 0.01 mm. Combining ScorpionShow More
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LC15Dx Laser Scanner
Thanks to the most advanced laser scanner technology, the LC15Dx is closing the gap with tactile probe accuracy. In tests comparable to ISO 10360 the LC15Dx achieved the accuracy expected when using a CMM with a tactile probe. Nikons unique ESP3 technology maintains accuracy, speed and data quality by adapting the laser settings in real-time. Manufacturers gain a better appreciation of the dimensional quality of their products without compromising on cycle times. Key benefits. Viable... (read more)
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Laser scanners replace tactile probing
place in the light commercial vehicle category. Nikon Cross Scanners installed on Hexagon CMMs. Since 2013, the cross scanners have been installed on two Hexagon DEA BRAVO horizontal arm CMMs that are equipped with a continuous wrist CW43 interface. Incorporating three lasers in a cross pattern, the XC65Dx-LS captures full 3D details of features and surfaces in a single scan. By digitising complex features from three sides, the cross scanner acquires the complete 3D geometry of the features, driving... (read more)
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Nikon InSight L100, the ultimate CMM laser scanner
Nikon Metrology introduces its latest CMM laser scanner, the Nikon InSight L100. Since 20 years, Nikon Metrology pioneered laser scanning and gradually sharpened the capabilities of this non-contact measuring technology. Nikon ’s superior optics combined with innovative camera technology resulted in this new, groundbreaking Nikon scanner. The InSight L100 CMM laser scanner offers the best possible combination of speed, accuracy and ease-of-use. Suited for both surface and feature... (read more)
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Spring uses laser scanner for quality control
Large as well as small parts can be measured using the portable MCAx arm, which carries a ModelMaker 3D laser scanner. Sourcing both elements from Nikon Metrology ensures perfect compatibility and means that Spring can rely on a single supplier for advice and service, the exclusive Italian reseller, Leonardo 3D Metrology, Turin. The supplier ’s input was invaluable in the early days for providing applications expertise, as the technology was new to Spring. Roberto Toniello... (read more)
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Profile scanners with Blue Laser technology
Designed specifically for shiny, highly polished surfaces, as well as transparent materials such as plastics, glass, optical components and film/substrates, a new range of 2D/3D blue laser profile sensors (laser line scanners) is now available from precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilon. The scanners are designed for high precision profile and dimensional measurements on a variety of materials where conventional red laser diode sensors perform at their limits. Click here to read full (read more)
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2D/3D laser profile scanner for automation
Micro-Epsilon has developed an extremely compact, lightweight laser profile scanner. The scanCONTROL 2600/2900 optoelectronic sensor with integrated controller is enclosed in a 380g aluminium housing. While the sensor is as small as a packet of cigarettes, it provides a large range of features: up to 4,000 profiles per second can be transferred to a PC for further processing. The scanCONTROL 2600 offers a measuring rate up to 640 points per profile and the scanCONTROL  ... (read more)
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STEPPER MOTOR IN BLOOD CIRCULATION SCANNER
STEPPER MOTOR CONTROLS LASER IN BLOOD CIRCULATION SCANNER. An adequate blood supply is essential to living tissue, providing oxygen and nutrients. Poor circulation is thus always a sign of problems somewhere in the body. Often, a simple examination of the skin or tissue is enough to allow such a diagnosis. This is where a newly developed blood circulation measuring device can really show what it's made of: a laser beam scans the patient's circulation through the tissue. A stepper motor works... (read more)
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High Accuracy, Open Frame Galvo Scanner
The highly repeatable and thermally stable feedback sensors used on the AGV-HPO scanner systems can be calibrated down to single-digit, micron-level accuracy over the field of view. With the extremely low thermal gain drift performance of the position transducers, complex, high-density laser machining applications will maintain consistent micron-level feature placement accuracy over the lifetime of the process. Likewise, high throughput applications will maintain consistent part-to-part quality... (read more)
Browse Galvanometer Optical Scanners Datasheets for Aerotech, Inc.
Laser Scanning & Reverse Engineering
Laser Scanning for Reverse Engineering provides excellent accuracies and helps you get products to market quicker and with less development and engineering costs. Non-contact scanners can be used to match current component measurements to existing CAD data, or reverse engineer a component to produce an accurate CAD model at current production. ------------------------------------------------------------------------. Inspec is A2LA Accredited!. About Us: Inspec Inc. is your single source... (read more)
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Olympus Corporation of the Americas - Scientific Solutions Group
LEXT OLS4000 Laser Confocal Microscope
Olympus America has released the LEXT OLS4000 Measuring Laser Confocal Microscope. Designed for nanometer level imaging and measurement. Magnification ranges from 108x - 17,280x with resolution of 120nm in XY and 10nm in Z to satisfy the needs of today's researchers. The LEXT OLS4000 provides superior imaging and measuring performance with the simplicity of single touch operation. The versatility of the system provides all of the microscopy techniques combined with the added power of our dual... (read more)
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scanCONTROL Laser Scanner Inspects Pipelines
Pipelines must be inspected to ensure that there are no cracks or deformations inside. The scanCONTROL laser scanner from Micro-Epsilon masters this task at the highest precision. Defects inside the pipeline may lead to complete pipe failure. The weld seam in particular is a critical feature when
Pipeline External Corrosion Analysis Using a 3D Laser Scanner
and mechanical damage direct assessment. using a 3D laser scanner with dedicated software. The improvements over other. traditional non-destructive-testing (NDT) techniques such as manual pit gauge will be. discussed. We will illustrate how the latest 3D optical innovations support the need. for improved
Bringing Prototypes to Life with a 3D Laser Scanner
To properly develop their innovations, manufacturers need to model and accurately represent the prototype's shape in their 3D modeling software. Learn how 3D laser scanning is particularly effective at capturing even the most complex physical shape and representing it digitally.
Is a Laser Scanner or an Imager the Best Choice for Your Application?
Should laser barcode scanners be considered. "obsolete" technology and are imagers (camerabased. readers) the only viable technology for today's. applications? While imagers have seen increased. use due to the growing adoption of 2D symbols such. as Data Matrix, laser scanners still set
Laser Scanner Measures Package Dimensional Weight
Solana Beach, Calif., have developed Defined Imaging and Multiple Measurement (DIMM), a 3D laser-imager for static dimming -- the process of measuring packages moved by skids. When scanning up to four packages, DIMM calculates a length, width, and height reading for each package, along with its
Laser scanner helps NASA lower the BOOM!
Supersonic flight over the continental U.S. is prohibited because of the potential damage from sonic booms, i.e., pressure waves from the jet that slam into the ground. That 's why NASA engineers at Edwards Air Force Base in California have been exploring noise-reduction techniques using a modified
Inspecting Transparent or Reflective Parts with a 3D Laser Scanner
Optical light-based inspection can be tricky if the part being inspected is transparent or reflective. In this article we explain why the challenge exists and how it is easily overcome for 3D scanning projects.
Assess Part Changes Over Time with a 3D Laser Scanner
3D laser scanners are invaluable tools for part comparisons, such as comparing a manufactured part to its intended design (CAD model) to analyze deviations or comparing a new part to an older known good part to troubleshoot problems. Learn why in this article from ShapeGrabber.
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Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications 2009
Laser Scanner LD- OEM 1000 .
Road surface measurement and visualization based on data from the laser scanner
We tested this algorithm with data obtained by the laser scanner LD - OEM 1000.
3D surface modeling based on data from the mobile measurement platform
To measure surrounding area we use laser scanner LD- OEM 1000 from the same producer (Fig. 3).
Laser-and-vision based probe car system toward realtime lane-based traffic data collection
The two laser scanner , LD OEM by SICK, which are mounted on both left and right side front of the vehicle, can cover a maximum measurement range of 150m with a horizontal view of 270°and angle resolution of 0.25°.
SLAM in a dynamic large outdoor environment using a laser scanner
Test-bed #1 (Figure 4(a)) is for the purpose of developing the technical components and algorithms for safe driving, where two laser scanners , LD- OEM by SICK, are mounted on both left and right front of the car, monitoring an omni …
04.09.2009 -- The Importance Of Non-Destructive Package Integrity Testing
These extremely small, yet rugged, fully decoded laser scanners are ideal for OEM applications that require high-performance scanning in a compact package.