The improvement of laser scanners enables them to capture 3D digital shapes and surfaces in a rapid and effortless process. Use them primarily for the quality control of geometries and surface, reverse engineering, fit and finish, and assembly applications.
A 3D scanner can be quickly and easily be attached like a probe to a measuring arm or can work to the highest accuracy as a part of a Laser Tracker System or bridge CMM. Software generates 3D data in real time from the scanner-created point clouds which recognize deviations from the CAD data immediately.
The CMS106 laser scanning probe provides many benefits for metrology in a complete and powerful turnkey package via rapid point-cloud capture. Inspect features to CAD or use it for reverse engineering. The probe is available on select Hexagon Metrology CMMs including Brown & Sharpe and DEA.
The CMS108 laser scanning probe provides many benefits for metrology via rapid point-cloud capture. Inspect features to CAD or use it for reverse engineering. The probe is available for ROMER Absolute Arms with external scanner.
The RS2 laser scanner integrated in select ROMER Absolute Arms is 66% faster than previous versions. Plus, with the addition of the FP3 wireless feature pack and hot swappable batteries, you can scan wirelessly at the same rate.
The Leica T-Scan is a high-speed hand scanner for large-volume portable applications. This third-generation scanner is more accurate, provides better performance on challenging materials and offers double the point acquisition rate compared to the previous generations.
ROMER Absolute Arm with integrated scanner
3D digitizing, 3D modelling, point cloud inspection, reverse engineering, rapid prototyping or copy milling. Use this system as an all-purpose metrology tool for a multitude of applications.
ROMER Absolute Arm with external scanner
The ROMER Absolute Arm with external scanner is designed for the high performance laser scanner CMS 108 from Hexagon Metrology. Third-party scanners may also be connected.