Non-contact 3D scanner T-SCAN HAWK
for aeronauticsmeasurement

non-contact 3D scanner
non-contact 3D scanner
non-contact 3D scanner
non-contact 3D scanner
non-contact 3D scanner
non-contact 3D scanner
non-contact 3D scanner
non-contact 3D scanner
non-contact 3D scanner
non-contact 3D scanner
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Characteristics

Type
non-contact
Other characteristics
measurement, for aeronautics
Distance range

550 mm (21.65 in)

Accuracy

0 mm (0 in)

Description

Your portable solution for 3D scanning and easy inspection The lightweight ZEISS T-SCAN hawk with GOM Inspect Suite The 3D scanner T-SCAN hawk is portable, precise and made to make a difference. In combination with the pre-installed GOM Inspect Suite software, it’s a powerful solution that assists you along every step of your task. From capturing high quality 3D data to delivering high quality results: It’s made to simplify processes. It’s made for you. Made to be portable The compact T-SCAN hawk 3D scanner is designed to capture data wherever needed. The lightweight, hand-held solution supports you with everything from reverse engineering to quality control – in production and on site. Made to be precise The new T-SCAN hawk 3D scanner includes impressive technical features, such as photogrammetry of large objects, multiple laser sources and three scanning modes – making it the perfect solution even for fine details or deep pockets. The result: 3D data with maximum precision. Made to make a difference The new T-SCAN hawk with pre-installed GOM Inspect Suite is a complete solution to simplify your entire workflow from scanning to evaluation and reporting. Applications From shape to CAD model Archiving of tools and cultural heritage Everything from small details to large parts

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