Exact Metrology Debuts Next Generation of Artec Micro
This is a high-precision industrial desktop 3D scanner, designed to deliver scans in one click, the company reports.
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April 11, 2022
Exact Metrology now offers the newest version of its Artec Micro scanner. This new model is a high-precision industrial desktop 3D scanner, designed to deliver scans in one click, the company reports.
With a 2-year warranty, features of the Artec Micro include up to 10 microns accuracy and it is made for testing and reverse engineering. It produces metrology-grade scans suitable for quality control, while removing the need for targets on the scanned object.
Artec Micro’s advanced twin-color cameras and blue LED lights are synchronized with the scanner’s dual-axis rotation system to create a digital copy of an object with a minimum of frames captured. In addition, the Smart Scanning mode captures every surface of the object in the least amount of time, using a specific number of frames.
A minimum amount of training is required with Micro. The scanner is made to be user-friendly and ready to set up quickly, according to the company. The scanner integrates with Artec Studio for real-time digital capture.
Delivering highly accurate scans, not only can Micro “see” well below the human visibility threshold of 40 microns. Reverse engineering is completed with Artec Micro’s 3D measurement to digitally fit together legacy parts with those customers create.
In minutes, Artec Micro transforms intricate items into CAD/CAM data for design, modification, 3D printing and casting, according to the company. The scanner also creates detailed 3D models.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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