Automated 3D scanning
Part measurement without operator influence
3D scanning is a technology which creates a digital 3D model of a physical object. The technology is based on a light pattern being projected on the object, and is therefore also called 3D light scanning or 3D white light scanning.
The fully automated systems differ from manual 3D scanning by having one or more programmable robots, thereby increasing the speed at which series of parts are measured.
With its specialized software, even complex measuring assignments are easily programmed.
GOM's series of automated 3D scanners is called ATOS ScanBox. The system is designed to use various ATOS 3D scanners, depending on part size and need.
Common for all ATOS ScanBox solutions are high repeatability and fast measurement for quality control of part series.
Exclusive to the ATOS ScanBox series, is the specialized software VMR (Virtual Measuring Room). This software simulates robot- and camera movements relative to the part, before the scanning is initiated.
The system accounts for shiny surfaces and adjusts to the optimum position, without damaging the part or the operator.
GOM ScanCobot is a cost-effective solution to get started with automated 3D scanning of parts up to 500 mm and 50 kg.
ATOS ScanBox 4105 is a fully automated metrology system, which is ideal for quality control of smaller parts up to 500 mm and 100 kg.
ATOS ScanBox 5108 and the larger model ATOS ScanBox 5120 handle measurement of parts up to 2000 mm and 500 kg.
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 great know-how technically and professionally, we assist in choosing the right solution if you consider to buy your own metrology system. Zebicon ensures that the necessary training and education is provided, and we also deliver support afterwards.