Over the course of its 30-year history, Laser Design’s scanning experts have developed a unique 5-star technique in preparing, positioning, and fixturing parts to maximize precision 3D data collection. We have more than a quarter of a century of experience in performing 3D laser scanning and dimensional inspection projects and giving our customers exactly what they need to be successful.
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A bustling Midwestern hospital needed to make design changes to their 2-story boiler room. Having a visual representation in 3D would allow the hospital to make the necessary design changes to accommodate the new boiler. There were 2 floors to the boiler room as well as a pump area at the hospital needing to be scanned.
Pacific Eagle came to the Laser Design team to 3D laser scan 4 rental unit buildings and create a 3D Revit model so they could make their design changes virtually before starting construction on the new project to create condo units.
this article was originally published in Invision Mag One-Button Automated 360° 3D Scanning System The latest generation Cybergage360 is an ultra-fast metrology-grade, one-button, automated 3D scanning and inspection system which is quite literally as easy to use as a microwave oven. With no need for complicated programming, it’s no exaggeration to say that anyone could be trained within one hour. There’s no need to mechanically affix a part in order to capture both top and bottom geometry of the part,
How Lasers Can Reduce the Cost of Quality- Precise scanning and measurement via simplified processes can help reduce costs and time-to-market. See IEN magazines full story…
CyberGage 360 is targeted to perform a highly precise 360 degree 3D scan of complex parts, accurate to seven microns, while automatically generating a inspection report in three to five minutes.
The printing of 3D metal parts is incredibly difficult. For example the slightest impurity in powered metal can be scanned and used, hit with a laser and popped creating a void inside that material that the next layer can easily cover up. If that void becomes denser and/or is in areas of high stress, the part can break and not support the intended weight. This is not yet a consistent or repeatable process yet and the only way to eliminate errors is with computer topography. More importantly, CT is able to do this without destroying the part being printed.
CyberGage360 greatly facilitates quality assurance of incoming parts and in process inspection of components on the manufacturing floor. Check out the newest improvements on this exciting system!
CyberOptics (parent company of Laser Design) will demonstrate the CyberGage®360, an automated 3D scanning inspection system, at Southern Manufacturing 2017 , March 21 – 23 in Farnborough, United Kingdom.
CyberOptics Corp. shares have tripled in value this year, performing better for investors than any other Minnesota-based company, and one of the reasons is a new device that makes very fast, very accurate 3-D scans of physical objects.
Article first appeared on SME’s Advanced Manufacturing The question of how users can compare accuracy of one device to the next remains challenging Aircraft manufacturers are finding noncontact metrology ever more useful. Its inherent high throughput and decreasing cost is complementing the industry’s ramp-up to meet the world’s appetite for more airplanes. However, throughput needs to be balanced with accuracy in finding the right applications as noncontact embraces a variety of devices. “Noncontact metrology is either laser or optical based,”
CyberOptics continues to advance technology with proprietary Multiple Reflection Suppression (MRS) platform.
Designed for use in general purpose metrology, the CyberGage360 has a range of potential applications including consumer electronics and industrial applications from automotive to aerospace. See this exciting new 3D scanner in action with a live demo!
Appliance-Like Device Quickly Inspects 3D Parts on the Shop Floor Full article: MMSonline.com In describing Laser Design’s CyberGage 360 laser scanning unit, it is hard to avoid the comparison to a microwave oven. The unit works this way: A user places a workpiece to be inspected inside the box-like chamber and shuts the door. Similar to choosing cooking time, the user chooses the desired inspection resolution. Then, within the unit, the part begins to rotate on a turntable as it is scanned
See a demonstration at the APEX show of the World’s First Microwave Oven-Like 3D Scanning System. The CyberGage360 is a metrology-grade, ultra fast, one-button automated 3D scanning/inspection system. With one-button simplicity, a highly-precise complete shape of part 360 degree scan of complex parts can be generated in less than three minutes. This simplicity also enables factory-friendly operation with minimal training.
The Terrestrial 3D Scanning team at Laser Design collected high-density spatial imaging with millions of coordinates quickly and accurately of the Lake Harriet Band Shell in Minneapolis, MN. See terrestrial 3D scanning in action with this quick 30-second clip!
Simply better by design. The approach KING takes with their satellite TV antennas, over the air antennas, and other electronic accessories.Learn how KING utilized Laser Design Scanning Services for 3D Scanning and Inspection to ensure the accuracy of their products.
Merit Medical sought to gain increased efficiencies in the R&D phase of product development. The Laser Design DeskTom CT scanner expedited time-to-market, improved return on investment and improved operational efficiencies.
Laser Design Demonstrates the CyberGage360 3D Scanning System at IMTS 2016 – 3D System Provides Unprecedented One-button Simplicity, Speed and Accuracy for 3D Scanning and Inspection Applications
In this interview, Martin Schuster of Laser Design, Inc. talks about how replacing traditional QA systems with 3D scanning can streamline processes and reduce time-to-market.
A research team on the East Coast needed high resolution information and texture detail of a lobster – a live lobster! In order to provide the critical detail needed the Laser Design 3D engineer used the Artec Space Spider.
The new XLP Laser Probe is able to scan diverse surface materials without any special coatings, up to 50% more accurate, up to 70% faster scan rate, and up to 30% higher resolution in comparison to our previous generation of laser probes.
CyberGage360 greatly facilitates quality assurance of incoming parts and in process inspection of components on the manufacturing floor. See this exciting new 3D scanner in action!
Laser Design Demonstrates the CyberGage360 3D Scanning System at RAPID 2016
The World’s First Microwave Oven-like 3D Scanning Inspection System