High-precision 3D scanning of medium to large objects, even in harsh conditions
Heavy Duty Quadro is a scanner that combines high precision with an affordable price. Both for (heavy) industry and R&D departments of small and medium-sized companies.
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Made of anodized aluminum - resistant to changing environment conditions (IP62, optional IP67)
The usage of two cameras speeds up the scanning process and guarantees high accuracy.
Automatic multi-source thermal regulation system enables the device to operate in harsh environment and guarantees repeatability of results.
Three high-power LED structured light sources of different colour (blue, red and green) make the device work even in the most challenging lighting conditions.
The possibility to scan using two ranges (wide and narrow) enables precise scanning of small, complex objects as well as larger items.
Triangle mesh imitates the surface allowing to create a CAD model of the object. This allows the development of technical documentation of the scanned item. Arisen CAD model can be used for the production of a substitute or as a starting point for the design of new parts.
Scanned product is compared with the reference CAD model by creation of a colour deviations map. It allows precise verification of the executive drawing and measurements of elements difficult to measure with other methods.
Fastest and cheapest production of prototypes is nowadays one of the most important factors to gain advantage over competition. Precise 3D scanner, such as eviXscan 3D Heavy Duty, is an essential link in fast processes prototyping.
In the narrow range cameras are mounted closer to each other, so you can scan in the measurement space of 150 x 115 x 90 mm, achieving the highest accuracy and density of the points. This range is recommended to use for scanning items of complicated shapes.
In the wide range, the cameras are widely spaced, which allows the measurement in a space of dimensions up to 370 x 265 x 150 mm. High accuracy and density of the points is achieved to match the requirements for larger objects.