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  • First bendable-sheet image scanner
    A research team led by Dr. Takao Someya and Dr. Takayasu Sakurai from the University of Tokyo says they have developed the world's first sheet-type image scanner. The flexible sheet scanner developed by University of Tokyo researchers looks much like an ordinary sheet of plastic. It contains
  • 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
  • Improving Quality Control Processes with a 3D Scanner
    One of the many benefits of a 3D laser scanner is that it is suitable in most quality control environments. In particular, a 3D scanner can enhance 100% inspection, statistical process control (SPC), and part production approval processes (PPAP).
  • Inspection using a 3D scanner: no reverse engineering required!
    There is a common misconception that, in order to inspect a part using a 3D scanner, reverse engineering is required. But this is not the case...
  • Enhance Injection Mold Tryouts with a 3D Scanner
    Injection-mold tryouts provide mold makers with an important means of testing and documenting the quality of their products for customers. An automated 3D scanner is a valuable addition to the tryout process, specifically to characterise the complete shape of the mold.
  • Smart Computing Article - A Scanner On Every Desktop
    A Scanner On Every Desktop November 1999 Vol.3 Issue 4 Add To My Personal Library A Scanner On Every Desktop Thanks To Power, Price & Performance It was not long ago that scanners were expensive and exotic components that only dedicated professionals could use and afford. They were enormous
  • Application: Hands-Free Barcode Scanner Sensor (.pdf)
    Most major food chains and retail stores process purchased items through their payment stations using electronic automatic barcode scanners. Most of these barcode scanners are equipped with a hands-free docking cradle. A Reed Sensor and magnet used in tandem, with the hand-held barcode scanner
  • Laser triangulation for shape acquisition in a 3D scanner plus scan
    Laser triangulation for shape acquisition in a 3D scanner plus scan

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