3D System Provides Unprecedented One-button Simplicity, Speed and Accuracy for 3D Scanning and Inspection Applications
Minneapolis, MN —Aug. 17, 2016— Laser Design, Inc., a fully-owned subsidiary of CyberOptics (NASDAQ: CYBE), and premier provider of ultra-precise 3D scanning systems and services, today announced it will showcase its CyberGage360™, a metrology-grade, ultra fast, one-button automated 3D scanning and inspection system at the 2016 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), America’s largest manufacturing show, Sept ., 12-17, at McCormick Place, Chicago. Laser Design will be demonstrating the latest in 3D scanning in Booth #E-5810.
CyberGage360 greatly facilitates Quality Assurance by allowing anyone to be an inspector of in-process and incoming/outgoing parts on the manufacturing floor, lowering customers’ cost of quality and speeding products to market. With little training, anyone can check parts for any deviation from CAD or check critical features. Designed for use in general purpose metrology, the CyberGage360 has a range of potential applications for consumer electronics, medical, automotive, aerospace and other verticals, where high accuracy and high speed throughput are vital.
With one-button simplicity, a highly-precise 360 degree scan of complex parts can be generated in less than three minutes. Incorporating CyberOptics’ proprietary 3D Multi-Reflection Suppression (MRS) technology, the automated CyberGage360 brings significantly greater accuracy and scanning speeds to the industrial parts inspection and reverse engineering markets.
“3D scanning of complex parts now simply involves opening a door, putting your part in, and pressing a button. The result is a highly-precise 3D scan with a full 3D inspection report in a matter of two to three minutes,” said C. Martin Schuster, President and CEO of Laser Design. “We have integrated CyberOptics’ proprietary 3D MRS scanning technology for an unprecedented combination of speed, accuracy and simplicity that has yet to be seen in the industrial 3D scanning markets.”