Steinbichler Introduces 3D Scanning Sensor

NEUBEUERN, Germany /PRNewswire/ -- Steinbichler, a leading provider of optical measuring and sensor technology, introduces its latest 8 megapixel 3D scanning sensor COMET L3D 8M. During the development of this device, Steinbichler made use of its continuously improved one-camera technology, as well as the experience gained through the premium product range COMET 5. "In comparison to competing systems on the market, the COMET L3D 8M gives you the high level of detail you only would expect from systems in the premium segment while remaining true to the established affordability of the COMET L3D, resulting in an unbeatable price-performance ratio."

The easy-to-use package, consisting of the COMET L3D 8M and the COMETplus software, offers all the necessary functions for an efficient work processes. The COMETplus software, together with the COMET L3D 8M sensor, renders impressive data quality and density. "Single and multi-axis rotary tables are available as accessories, enabling fully automated measurements and therefore also a very comfortable entry-level solution in automated optical measurement technology. The new STEINBICHLER COMET L3D 8M is particularly convincing with its high degree of detail, providing high resolution structures also in large measurement fields," adds Herbert Daxauer, Product Manager 3D Digitalization at Steinbichler Optotechnik GmbH.

About Steinbichler
Steinbichler Optotechnik GmbH is world renowned for its expertise in high-precision optical measurement and sensor technologies, as well as for efficient solutions designed to cater to the requirements of the automotive, aerospace, and tire industries. Founded in 1987 and headquartered in Neubeuern, Germany, the international company today has a staff of over 200 employees. In addition to a worldwide distributor network, Steinbichler has subsidiaries in the U.S., Brazil, China, India, Portugal, France, England, and Russia. Reference customers include Airbus, Audi, BMW, Boeing, Daimler, EADS, Siemens, Sony, and Thyssen.

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