Product Demos

Back Projection Additional Feature from ATOS Blue Light 3D Scanners

ATOS Precision Blue Light 3D Scanner for Accurate Coordinate Measuring and Rapid Dimensional Inspection

This video demonstrates an additional feature of the ATOS blue light 3D scanner. 

Simply create elements on scan, CAD, or inspection data, and ATOS will project features back onto the part's surface at its location.

A few examples of how this feature is used in real-world manufacturing:

TIGO SF - Shop Floor CMM

TIGO SF -- An innovation "Touch" on the shop-floor

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vProbe – OT2’s new wireless accessory!

vProbe’s wireless technology syncs perfectly with Omnitrac 2’s wireless laser tracker. vProbe makes it easier to operate in your workspace without having to reposition your tracker or fixtures. Gain flexibility and speed – take portability to the next level!

Introducing the latest probe head technology at CONTROL 2015

Cesare Martin, Product Manager, talks through our latest probe head technology at CONTROL 2015 in Stuttgart. www.hexagonmetrology.com

Laser Radar, Next-Generation Shopfloor CMM

The Laser Radar mounted on a robot is a robust, flexible shopfloor CMM that provides accurate, dimensional measurements in the car coordinate system allowing direct comparison to CAD without the need for a reference part. Unlike horizontal-arm CMM, its high-speed measurements fit within short production cycle times. At the same time it is a more flexible solution to adapt with changes in model mix and factory layout. More information on www.nikonmetrology.com