3D laser scanning technology captures the digital shape of physical objects through the use of Laser Triangulation Technology. An object is scanned by a plane of laser light coming from the source aperture. The plane of light is swept across the field of view by a mirror, rotated by a precise galvanometer. The laser light is reflected from the surface of the scanned object. Each scan line is observed by a single frame. Many 3D data points are collected and stored as a cloud of points which represent the scanned data.
KONICA MINOLTA RANGE 5, a high-accuracy instrument for measuring the three-dimensional shape in the casting and sheet metal stamping industries.
KONICA MINOLTA RANGE 7, a high-accuracy instrument for measuring the three-dimensional shape of subjects such as forged or cast parts, press-formed parts, plastic parts, etc.
The ideal 3D scanner device for education, industrial design, art & heritage and entertainment & cgi industries.
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.
VIVID 9i provides high precision, making it well suited for the dimensional measurement demands of industrial processes such as dies, casting, forging, sheet metal and molded plastics part production.