ATOS ScanBox Series 4

Automated 3D metrology system

ATOS ScanBox 4105 is the smallest fully automated metrology system from GOM. The system is a standard plug-and-play solution where user-friendliness and high-end equipment go hand in hand.


ATOS ScanBox 4015 utilizes an ATOS 3D scanner mounted on a
6-axis robot. All mobile parts are located in a shielded container together with an automated rotation table. The specially designed sliding door allows for loading of heavy parts by crane.

ATOS ScanBox 4105

 

 

The ATOS ScanBox 4105 can use ATOS sensors with a measuring volume down to 80 x 60 x 60 mm³. This means that it is possible to measure details, which are only the size of a few tenth of millimeters.

The demands of measurement uncertainty are simultaneously high with in almost all industries today, which require a traceable and self monitoring solution. 

Surveillance and monitoring the scanning process is an integrated part of the ATOS ScanBox 4105, so that potential scanning errors automatically are eliminated from the measurement.

ATOS ScanBox 4105 is mobile and with its plug-and-play solution it is easy to incorporate in the production. The automated set up decreases operator time, and at the same time ensures the same quality of scanning each time.

With predefined programs, verifying numerous parts is fast - without extra costs of training operators.

ATOS ScanBox 4105
Dimensions 1600 x 1200 x 2100 mm
Power supply Standard, 100-240 V (1-phase, 16 A)
Max. part size Ø500 mm
Max. part weight Up to 100 kg
Automated axes 7
Entry Sliding door with safety lock
Opening width 685 mm
Floor mounting No
Loading concept Manual, crane
Sensor compatibility ATOS Core, ATOS Capsule

ATOS Core

ATOS Core is a compact 3D scanner, which is easy to use and work with. The scanner is available with 2 or 5 MP cameras and can be used in both a manual and automated setup. Read more.

ATOS Capsule

ATOS Capsule is a high-end 3D scanner ideal for the industry. The scanner has high resolution and is available for both manual and automated scanning. Read more.