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Surround 3D Scanner

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Surround 3D ScannerThe PolyScan XL from Exact Metrology Inc. is a motionless, surround 3D scanner with a unique calibration that avoids the need for data alignment or sticker targets.

The PolyScan XL6 is designed to measure parts up to 1600 mm, combining 12 cameras and 12 projectors to provide 210 effective scanning units. It is ideal for medium-to-large aerospace castings or automotive sheet metal components. Complete inspection of parts is achieved in 6 min. Surround design and simplicity of automation means it can be easily integrated into a production line, while being 100% safe for operators.

The PolyScan XL8, the larger version of the XL, is designed to measure parts up to 2000 mm. It combines 16 cameras and 16 projectors to provide 376 effective scanning units.


Photonics Spectra
Apr 2021
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