''We believe that 'faster and more accurate is better' when it comes to maintaining the competitive edge in D scanning technology,'' commented C. Martin Schuster, President of Laser Design. The new SLP-400 model is a high precision probe that delivers virtually noise-free scan data as a result of breakthrough, proprietary advances in the electronics and optics architecture.
The lightweight SLP-400, with a laser line length of 40 mm, scans at ultra high speeds with an accuracy of up to 25 and is primarily used for medium-sized objects such as molds, stampings, and sheet metal. All the SLP models, which also include the SLP-250 designed for small parts, and the longest laser-line scanner available, the SLP-2000, can be used with the company's fully integrated WS-Series and DS-Series lines of CMM-based scanning systems as well as with Faro portable CMMs.
In response to the needs of the automotive, aerospace, automobile and other industries whose parts may bend or warp when repositioned and are well suited for onsite inspection on the factory floor, the SLP probes were designed to be fully integrated with the portable 7-axis arms from Faro and Romer. By using a portable arm, the flexible part can remain stationary while laser probe moves around it to capture the as-built geometry. The SLP laser probes can also be integrated with the Renishaw PH10 indexing system used on most traditional CMMs. ''These SLP probes can be used interchangeably with portable CMMs, traditional CMMs and Laser Design's own Surveyor WS-Series, DS-Series, and TS-Series D Laser Scanning Systems that provide highly automated, programmable scanning of parts or objects,'' according to Schuster. The new SLP-400 probe gathers data with higher densities than ever before, upping the resolution by 50 percent to 750 points along the laser line. ''The data from the new model is very clean, even on reflective surfaces,'' said Schuster. ''With less noise, the results are more accurate and less data editing is required.'' The probe has dual CMOS receptors that capture up to 75,000 points per second, making it an excellent choice for high-speed, non-contact D scanning. The dual receptors inside the probe reduce the number of scanning passes because they capture much more part geometry per pass than low-tech single receptor laser probes.
''SLP laser probes interface to PCs using a standard USB connection,'' said Rick Passek, National Sales Manager for Laser Design. He continued, ''They are easy to install and can scan everything from small, detailed parts to large automotive and aerospace parts.'' In addition, the SLP probes are also integrated with Laser Design's Surveyor Scan Control software for ease of use and compatibility with numerous positioning systems. Laser Design, Inc. has been the leading supplier of ultra-precise, D laser scanning systems and services for over 20 years. Used for capturing the D shape of objects with complex geometries and free-form surfaces, Laser Design's Surveyor line of automated and portable scanning systems are ideal for D scanning applications involving inspection and reverse engineering of complex shaped plastic and metal parts. The company's patented laser line-probe technology dramatically reduces scanning time by collecting data substantially faster and more accurately than conventional metrology technologies. Laser Design integrates Geomagic software with its laser scanners to provide complete solutions for reverse engineering and inspection applications.
Headquartered in Minneapolis, the company also has Regional Technical Services and Support Centers in Seattle and Detroit, and distributors throughout Europe, Asia, and North America. Laser Design also operates GKS Inspection Services (www.GKS.com), an in-house service bureau division offering complete D scanning, reverse engineering, terrestrial scanning, and dimensional inspection services to customers worldwide.
For further information, contact Rick Passek, by phone (952-252- 412), fax (952-884-965 ), via email to email@example.com.类风湿消肿止痛的药