Zeiss launches portable 3D scanner09 November 2020

Zeiss has launched a portable hand-held 3D laser scanning system for shop-floor inspection tasks.

The T-SCAN hawk scanner gathers measurement data in production environments, labs or at the workbench which are then used for quality controls of parts and tools, reverse engineering, or other purposes.

Its technical features include multiple laser sources and three scanning modes. It comes with two laser sources, red and blue, which can scan various surface structures and materials and even dark and shiny objects, deep pockets and small details. Users can also change the scanning mode while scanning.

According to Zeiss, the product can capture 3D evidence of wear and damage, data that is useful for matching actual data with CAD, and thus makes life easier for users in maintenance, repair and overhaul.

The pre-installed GOM Inspect Suite software is said to guide the user through the entire workflow of scanning, probing and inspecting. This new software platform is said to facilitate the complete workflow from scanning to reporting. It is also available for free after registration.

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