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Webinars - 2017

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Fast and accurate 3D scanning: Introducing the new Nikon ModelMaker H120 handheld scanner (Oct, 19th)

webinar h120 sheet metalTwo decades since the inception of the ModelMaker scanner, the cutting-edge ModelMaker H120 firmly pushes the ever-exacting boundaries of portable laser scanning. Incorporating blue laser technology, ultra-fast speed and special Nikon optics - the H120 measures the most challenging materials.

Oct 19, 4pm CEST (10 am EDT)

This webinar will explain:

  • What is 3D laser scanning?
  • What are the benefits of 3D laser scanning ?
  • How the Nikon ModelMaker H120 can help you to advance your inspection process and get products faster-to-market
  • What applications are suited for portable laser scanning?
  • The different software integrations for laser scanning (Focus, Polyworks, etc)

All topics will be illustrated with real-life examples and customer applications.

 

Nikon CMM Laser Scanners – now PolyWorks compatible (Sept, 26th)

webinar laser scanninig polyworksWith 3D laser scanning now well established within automotive inspection applications, the challenge for OEMs and suppliers is to reduce costs and deliver high quality products. Universal metrology software for CMMs, portable arms or handheld devices furthers this desire from product engineering to production.

Tuesday 26th September | 15:30 CEST | 14:30 BST | 9:30 EDT 

This webinar will describe Nikon’s laser scanning capabilities and its compatibility with PolyWorks, for multi-sensor inspection and analysis. The presentation will illustrate the many advantages of laser scanning versus traditional tactile probing; how scanning is closing the gap with tactile measurement; and discuss the latest software application advancements.

 

Nikon Webinar: Laser Radar on Robot – Shop floor CMM inspection (June, 20th)

The next generation of car body inspection will require inline and next-to-line CMM to handle complex features on a variety of surfaces, such as reflective bare metal and composites, and integrate seamlessly into the automotive production process.

This webinar will describe the capabilities of Nikon’s robot-mounted Laser Radar delivers accuracy and repeatability in both BIW metrology and flush-and-gap inspections on finished cars.

Using real-world application examples, the presentation will demonstrate how the non-contact, automated Laser Radar approach overcomes the shortcomings of other optical car body inspection methods.