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Capture 3D introduces ATOS Q 3D scanning technology

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Capture 3D adds a high-tech, compactly designed ATOS Q to its ATOS product line of blue light 3D scanners.
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Capture 3D (Santa Ana, Calif., U.S.), provider of 3D measurement solutions and the official U.S. partner for GOM GmbH/Zeiss (Braunschweig, Germany) has added the high-tech, compactly designed ATOS Q to its ATOS blue light 3D scanning product line. 

Reportedly serving a range of industries including aerospace, automotive, consumer goods, medical and power generation, ATOS scanners are used throughout product development, quality control, near-line and in-line production to accurately obtain a digital blueprint of parts, components, assemblies, tooling and molds. According to Capture 3D, ATOS captures millions of accurate points through quick scans to cerate a high-definition file with intricate feature detail, whether the object material is cast, formed or injection molded. The ATOS Q specifically has been designed to combine high-tech electronics and optics with robust design and powerful software, delivering high-precision measurement results across diverse applications.

3D scanning technology

Source | Capture 3D

Designed for industrial use, the ATOS Q is engineered with 8 million or 12 million points per scan (PPS), a bright Blue LED Light Equalizer and Triple Scan technology, the combination of which is said to reduce the number of individual scans needed and to accelerate measurement time, even on complex parts. The scanner’s compact design is suited for applications in dimensional inspection, reverse engineering, rapid prototyping, CFD/FEA analysis, digital assembly and other manufacturing processes. ATOS Q features a fiber-optic connection to enable rapid data transmission, an intelligent self-monitoring calibration system and active temperature management.

The system can be configured with a tripod, an industrial camera stand or a desktop stand, or it can be fully automated with the ScanBox 4105. The company says it is also easily integrated with rotation tables or the tilt and swivel for semi-automated applications. Catering to various measurement requirements, it has five interchangeable measuring volumes from 100 x 70 mm2 to 500 x 370 mm2. Like other ATOS scanners, the system is supported by GOM Inspect Suite software.

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