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Aeronautic 3D scanner iSCAN
measurement

aeronautic 3D scanner
aeronautic 3D scanner
aeronautic 3D scanner
aeronautic 3D scanner
aeronautic 3D scanner
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Characteristics

Other characteristics
measurement, for aeronautics
Distance range

7 m, 15 m (22'11")

Description

The iScan is capable of scanning highly reflective and high contrast surface areas. The versatility of iScan3D makes large-scale scanning quick and simple. Crossed laser lines provide the ability to scan a surface in any direction with ease and flexibility. Blue lasers and high-resolution camera provide dense point cloud with fine details of the features in real-time Automatic probe stylus recognition uses RFID technology to automatically identify probe length and tip size of the stylus and eliminate user probe selection during measurements. A variety of probe styli (up to 500mm supported) to suit every application provide the ability to probe profound features FEATURES AND BENEFITS ACCURACY IFM based precise measurement for use in applications that include fixture inspection, gap and flush inspection, and reverse engineering. CONTROLLERLESS The versatility of iScan3D makes large-scale scanning quick and simple. LARGE SCANNING ENVELOPE iScan3D works in tandem with API’s Radian Laser Trackers to scan large areas. Its rotating head provides flexibility by allowing complete 360° rotation COMPACT SOLUTION A lightweight 3D scanning system that is easy to transport and use. 360° CONTINUOUS TRACKING The iScan’s swivel head allows for continuous movement while being in line of sight with a laser tracker. ERGONOMIC DESIGN Easy to hold and operate during measurement of cavities, hidden angles and curves. Applications Include: Reverse Engineering Flush and Gap Surface Contours Large Body Assemblies Rapid Prototyping
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