Up to 105° A-angle PH10 rotation
Built-in rotation adapter
200,000 point/s scan speed
Excellent for scanning details
Best-in-class probing error of 6.5 μm
100 mm wide Field-of-View
Ultrafast data collection
The L100 is ideal to inspect larger components where productivity is key but without having to compromise on accuracy. The 100 mm wide Field-of-View combined with the increased measurement speed results in measurement productivity that wasn’t achievable with CMM scanning before.
Capture the finest details
The L100 is equipped with a high quality glass Nikon lens optimized for laser scanning. Combined with the high definition camera this results in a point resolution of 42 μm and a data quality that is the best on the market, enabling fine detail capture and measurement of sharper edges. The L100 has an exceptionally small probing error of 6.5 μm, which is a measure of the scanner’s noise level, enabling delivery of smooth meshes and high levels of detail.
Accurate feature inspection
The L100 is perfectly suited for combined surface and feature measurements. Thanks to the low measurement noise and high point resolution, feature measurement accuracy approaches the accuracy of a touch probe.
Cope with changes in surface color
The 4th generation of Enhanced Sensor Performance (ESP4) adapts the laser intensity for each point in the scan line to varying colors or materials faster than ever. This makes the scanner even more robust for digitizing multi-material assemblies or shiny surfaces without the need for cumbersome surface treatment.
Easy to use
The new Field-of-View (FOV) projection provides a clear indication for the user whether the scanner is optimally positioned. This facilitates scanner programming and provides better feedback during actual scanning.
Extend the measurement reach
The patent-pending integrated mount rotation allows the scanner to rotate around its autojoint axis in 30° increments up to 90°. This is particularly interesting to measure turbine blades or parts with vertically oriented features and edges. The L100 also allows the use of an extended 105° PH10 A-angle allowing better access to measure underneath or behind parts.