VIVID 910 3D Laser Scanner
The VIVID 910 employs laser beam light-sectioning technology which scans workpieces using a slit beam. Light reflected from the workpiece is acquired by a CCD camera and 3D data is then created by triangulation to determine distance information. The laser beam is scanned using a high-precision galvanometric mirror, and 640 × 480 individual points can be measured per scan. Konica Minolta’s unique high-speed image processing chips have been integrated in order to ensure rapid measurement making it possible to complete measurements in 2.5 seconds (or in as little as 0.3 seconds in FAST mode). In addition to distance data, this 3D digitizer can also be used to acquire color image data. Employing a rotating filter to separate the acquired light, the VIVID 910 can create color image data for 640 × 480 points with the same CCD as used for distance data.
Please note that the product series is called “VIVID” in all areas except Europe and is called “VI” in Europe. This website uses the “VIVID” series name.
Highly Accurate Measurement
A high-precision galvanometric scanner is used together with highly accurate adjustment-chart equipment to ensure high-accuracy calculation of 3D data by the VIVID 910. Furthermore, as a global leader in the field of illuminance meters, luminance meters, and colorimeters, Konica Minolta has put its experience and expertise for measurement devices to full use in the establishment of standard solid charts that are traceable to national standards.
- Precision verification and component examination for casting and injection molding
- Creation of FEA data for pressed automobile-chassis components, etc., in addition to verification of analysis results
- Creation of 3D data for the evaluation of accessories and other purchased parts for which 3D CAD data are unavailable (i.e. reverse engineering)
- Conversion of dental-surgery and plastic-surgery data into database format
- Creation of design data from mock-ups and interference-check data for mechanical components
- Integration with rapid-prototyping devices for the creation of plastic mockups
- Comparison of in-house products with those of competitor companies, and conversion of the acquired data into database format
- Archiving in museums and research organizations
- Creation of data for CAE analysis
- 3D modeling of solid objects for various research purposes
- Information and communication engineering, expression analysis, muscle-movement analysis, robot vision, and logging of agricultural produce growth
- Various video-authoring applications
As can be seen, the VIVID 910 fulfills a critical role in a wide range of diverse fields.
The VIVID 910 is Konica Minolta’s radically enhanced successor to the VIVID 700 and VIVID 900 3D laser scanners which set new standards for low cost, camera sensitivity, and convenient operation. When operating in FAST mode, this advanced product requires only 0.3 seconds for data input (approximately twice as fast as the VIVID 900); furthermore, when operating in FINE mode, precision of ± 0.008mm and accuracy of ± 0.10mm can be achieved on the Z-axis. Accordingly, the VIVID 910 will provide you with solutions for a wide range of digitizing tasks.
While the development and inspection of all of our measurement devices meet ISO 9000 standards, you can also avail yourself of our test-report issuance*1 and traceability services as a guarantee of the quality of this highly accurate non-contact digitizer. In addition to these services, we also replace faulty components free-of-charge and offer regular upgrades for system software, thus ensuring peace-of-mind after the installation of your VIVID 910.
What’s more, polygon-editing software is included with this product as a standard accessory. Using this application, you will be able to automatically align and combine a number of 3D data sets acquired from different angles. With the VIVID 910, even higher levels of precision can be acquired in the alignment of data segments.
Previous technologies could not efficiently acquire data for surface sections containing both light and dark colors in a single operation. Not anymore. The Dynamic Range Expansion mode – a cutting-edge VIVID 910 technology – digitizes this type of surface with one scan and without the need for additional surface processing.
*1: Test reports:
VIVID 910 Certification of Performance is available by special order. Konica Minolta offers certification quantifying the accuracy of individual VIVID 910 units when measuring reference objects traceable to national standards. This service is extremely useful in situations where ISO 9000 series quality assurance systems are being maintained.
- 3D Laser Scanner VIVID 910
- Measurement method
- Triangulation light block method
- Image surface AF (contrast method); active AF
- Light-receiving lenses (Exchangeable)
- TELE: Focal distance f=25mm
MIDDLE: Focal distance f=14mm
WIDE: Focal distance f=8mm
- Scan range (depth of field)
- 0.6 to 2.5m (2m for WIDE lens)
- Optimal 3D measurement range
- 0.6 to 1.2m
- 3D Laser class
- Class 2 (IEC60825-1), Class 1 (FDA)
- 3D Laser scan method
- Galvanometer-driven rotating mirror
- X-direction input range (varies with distance)
- 111 to 463mm (TELE), 198 to 823mm (MIDDLE), 359 to 1196mm (WIDE)
- Y-direction input range (varies with distance)
- 83 to 347mm (TELE), 148 to 618mm (MIDDLE), 269 to 897mm (WIDE)
- Z-direction input range (varies with distance)
- 40 to 500mm (TELE), 70 to 800mm (MIDDLE), 110 to 750mm (WIDE/FINE mode)
- X: ±0.22mm, Y: ±0.16mm, Z: ±0.10mm to the Z reference plane (Conditions: TELE/FINE mode, Konica Minolta’s standard)
- Input Time
- 0.3s (FAST mode), 2.5s (FINE mode), 0.5s (COLOR)
- Transfer time to host computer
- Approximately 1s (FAST mode) or 1.5s (FINE mode)
- Ambient lighting condition
- 500 lx or less
- Imaging element
- 3D data: 1/3 inch frame-transfer CCD (340,000 pixels)
Color data: 3D data is shared (color separation by rotary filter)
- Number of output pixels
- 3D data: 307,000 (FINE mode), 76,800 (FAST mode)
Color data: 640 × 480 × 24 bits color depth
- Output format
- 3D data: Konica Minolta format (& STL, DXF, OBJ, ASCII points, VRML; converted into 3D data by Polygon Editing Software provided as a standard accessory)Color data: RGB, 24-bit raster scan data
- Recording medium
- Compact flash memory card (128MB)
- Data file size
- Total 3D data and color data capacity: 1.6MB (FAST mode) per data, 3.6MB (FINE mode) per data
- 5.7-inch LCD (320 × 240 pixels)
- Output interface
- SCSI II (DMA synchronous transfer)
- Commercial AC power 100V to 240V (50 or 60Hz), rated current 0.6A (at 100V)
- Dimensions (W × H × D)
- 213 × 413 × 271mm (8-3/8 × 16-1/4 × 10-11/16 in.)
- Approx. 11kg (25 lbs.)
- Operating temperature/humidity range
- 10 to 40°C, relative humidity 65% or less with no condensation
- Storage temperature/humidity range
- -10 to 50°C, relative humidity 85% or less (at 35°C) with no condensation
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