Small and middle sized metal or plastic parts can be digitalised by our Nikon MMDx 100 laser scanning system.
Comprehensive quality control: measuring complex geometries, dimension reporting, comparing the digitalised result with the 3D CAD model of the part using colormapping.
We offer precision 3D measurements and services that allow us to make digital 3D models or to create surface or ambient models (reverse engineering) and provide precise follow-up checking and analysis to +/-0.02 mm accuracy. It’s not impossible for us to scan even polished, shiny surfaces. We don’t need measurement influential aids (such as sprays) even for trasparent plastic surfaces.
|Type:||Nikon MMDx 100|
|Bandwidth (y) (mm):||100mm|
|Workdistance (near FOV):||100mm|
|Measuring range (z):||100mm|
|Data transfer:||50 Hz-150 Hz|
|Points per band:||1000|
|Laser output power:||Class 2|
|Output power control:||Automatic each point|
|Measurement range:||2,5 m|
|Point repeatability:||0,027 mm|
|Volume accuracy:||+/-0,038 mm|
This is an engineering process by which existing parts or bodies are digitized, the resulting point clouds are then processed to give a parametric CAD model of the part. Reverse engineering can be used for example in redesign, remanufacturing purposes in cases where technical documentation is not available for that component or the component has been modified or improved many times and does not match the current documentation. In this way, the process is suitable for archival purposes, remanufacturing or developing old worn-out components and tools.