8/9/2006

Handheld Laser Scanning

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Perceptron (Plymouth, MI) has announced it is adopting the advanced optical measurement system of NDI (Northern Digital, Inc., Waterloo, Ontario) for its ScanWorks® Handheld Laser Scanning System.

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Perceptron (Plymouth, MI) has announced it is adopting the advanced optical measurement system of NDI (Northern Digital, Inc., Waterloo, Ontario) for its ScanWorks® Handheld Laser Scanning System. The integration of NDI’s advanced digitizing probe with the ScanWorks system makes the probe capable of both contact and non-contact laser scanning. The incorporation of NDI’s solid-state Optical Tracker provides operators with unrestricted freedom of movement when scanning. The system was developed for customers with significant capability for 3-dimensional work involving CAE applications like inspection and reverse engineering, and projects can be completed quickly and precisely with fewer interruptions to the workflow. Operators can now quickly detach a contact stylus and attach the ScanWorks Laser Scanner, and then reattach the contact stylus with no need for time-consuming calibration. The end result is a truly “all-in-one” portable metrology system that already sets a new benchmark for real-world performance and usability.
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