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... move or mark its surface during inspection. Manufacturers of such products will almost certainly look beyond tactile probing to 3D laser scanning.
Shiny and multi-coloured surfaces do not cause a problem ...
... high detail versus fast scanning.
Nikon scanning heads can be fitted inexpensively to any make of CMM, articulated arm or optical CMM, including the manufacturer’s own products, and may even be deployed ...
Understanding the differences in feature inspection with tactile probing versus laser scanning
Traditionally, laser line scanners are being used for creating digital copies of (generally freeform) objects. ...
... engineering analyses and other functions can take place concurrently. On-screen, virtual assembly of multi-part products speeds fit and function analyses and shortens the prototyping phase. Often, as complete ...
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