Laser Scanner Handles Diverse Apps

Exact’s Artec Ray laser scanner provides fast and accurate data for applications such as reverse engineering, inspection, construction, product design, forensics, and heritage presentation.  Viable for scanning large objects like wind turbines, ship propellers, airplanes, and buildings, the Artec Ray offers the ability to scan at distances up to 110 meters away with submillimeter distance accuracy and best in class angular accuracy. In addition, data capture is allegedly cleaner than with any other 3D scanner of this type and keeps noise levels at an absolute minimum. As a result, post-processing time is greatly reduced.

 

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In operation, users need only place it on a tripod in front of the object they wish to scan and press the button. Additionally, Artec Ray is equipped with software solutions. Once scanned, the scan is processed directly into Artec Studio, then seamlessly exported to Geomagic Design X. For greater insights, peruse the Artec Ray datasheet.

 

Exact Metrology Inc.

Cincinnati, OH   

513-831-6620

866-722-2600

http://www.exactmetrology.com

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