At Zebicon we are specialists in 3D scanning and industrial measuring techniques. We offer services within 3D scanning and measuring and sell optical metrology systems from the German company GOM.
With state-of-the-art equipment and great know-how technically and professionally, we can assist you in both simple and complex measurements.
At Zebicon we offer to be your discussion partner within metrology and 3D measurement. We work in many industries and use this knowledge to enhance and develop new solutions across industries.
Zebicon offers services within 3D part verification of all types of part, tool or component.
A 3D measurement can be done using different technologies. Either a 3D scanning, which results in a full-field surface measurement, or a CT scanning, which documents both internal and external geometries. Another possibility is a 3D coordinate measurement, where only selected points are measured.
3D part verification can be used for:
- Quality control and assurance
- First article inspection/First out of tool test
- Part approval according to 2D drawing and/or Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T)
- Geometric problem analysis and problem identification
Zebicon offers services within reverse engineering on all types of parts from design objects, art, and industrial components. Depending on the size and mobility of the part, the measurement is either conducted in Zebicon's laboratory or by the customer on-site.
3D scanning for reverse engineering is a shortcut in the development process, as you receive a complete digital 3D model of your part in a very short time. In addition to forming the basis for CAD design, the scanned data can be scaled, copied, and inverted.
Reverse engineering can be used for:
- Design processes
- 3D documentation of master models
- Prototyping and 3D print
- Animation and visual presentation
Zebicon offers material analysis of small parts for inspection and documentation of fiber structure, air inclusions, and internal defects. This type of analysis is done with CT scanning, also called Computer Tomography.
CT scanning is x-ray technology, which means that both inner and outer geometry is documented and material details can be analyzed.
Material analysis can be used for:
- Documentation and dimensioning of air inclusions
- Inspection of fiber structure and internal defects.
Zebicon offers analysis of electronics and assembled parts to document interaction between elements, solderings, integrated circuits, short circuits etc. The analysis is typically used for confirming or disconfirming source of errors, and for checking if components are located appropriately after assembly.
This type of analysis is conducted using CT scanning. The process is non-destructive, hence, it is possible to document details without destroying or dismantling the part.
Component analysis can be used for:
- Inspection of PCB tracks, contact points and connections
- Check of solderings and short circuits
- Inspection of interaction between elements