Intelligent measurement from Hexagon

The latest large-scale portable laser scanner will be among a raft of measurement technologies highlighted by Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence (hall 18, stand 430).

The Leica Absolute Scanner LAS-XL not only offers a scan-line width of up to 600 mm and measurement stand-off distance of up to 1 m, but accuracy to within 150 µm. Hexagon says the scanner’s expanded measurement field and point acquisition rate means components and assemblies such as large blade surfaces or aircraft and rail carriage interiors can be digitised faster than ever before.
Speed is also the hallmark of Hexagon’s Romer Absolute all-purpose, portable measuring arm, which will be demonstrating its rapid 3D data capture capability via a new integrated RS4 scanner. Thanks to an ultra-wide laser strip of up to 150 mm, the RS4 scanner is able to acquire 752,000 points per second, reducing the number of passes required to fully scan a part.
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