Our powerful 3D scanning system is ideal for use in various stages of developing and implementing new product designs. It speeds up your workflow and facilitates the fast collection of the required object data. In addition, you can automate the data capture process.
The M-Scan 120
Whether in automotive, aerospace, machining, 3D printing or education/research, Metronor’s M-Scan 120 can boost the production process in regard to time and effectiveness. Our scanner works without the need to place any reference stickers on the part itself or around it, speeding up the set-up time of the system and keeping the running costs of the system low.
Boosting your system
Benefit from increased accuracy and even higher freedom of movement in large volumes by upgrading your M-Scan 120 system with a MultiCam option.
This option pairs several cameras in the same coordinate system, achieving multiple-camera synchronization.
Measuring with more than two cameras at the same time allows you to move around your object freely, taking measurements as necessary both with the scanner and with a probing unit. All in one go.
Total freedom and even higher accuracy in larger volumes. Still without any target-sticking or part preparation. Find out more about this solution’s specifications here or read about how it’s being used in the automotive industry.
A complete, portable 3d metrology solution
Some of the benefits of M-Scan 120:
- No stickers – just aim and scan
- Large measurement volume
- Scans fragile objects and surfaces
- Easy to use, minimal training cost
- Portable CMM functionality
Included in your system:
- M-Scan 120 Unit with cable
- M-Scan 120 Calibration Unit
- 2 Metronor cameras CAM38 with 10m signal & power/sync cable
- DUO tripod with Pan/tilt head
- Laptop computer for DUO M-Scan 120
- Interface Control Unit IU8
- Metronor System SW (MSS), Application SW and DUO technology license
- Rollaway transportation cases for scanner and navigation system
Quick Specs - Metronor M-Scan 120
|Points per Stripe||Up to 2000 (non-interpolated)|
|Stripe Width||Up to 120 mm|
|Measurement Depth||Up to 100 mm|
|Accuracy (2 Sigma)||U95 = ±(0.035 + L/70000)|
|Measuring Laser||Blue laser (for measurement): Max output 2.01 mW, Wavelength 450 nm, Class II (eye safe)|
|Full FoV Indicator Laser||Red laser (for rangefinder): Max output 1.00 mW, Wavelength 650 nm, Class II (eye safe)|
|Measurement Rate||At 100% depth x 100% width FOV: 300 000 pts/sec (2 000 pts/stripe x 150 stripes/sec)|
|At 100% depth x 50% width FOV: 300 000 pts/sec (1 000 pts/stripe x 300 stripes/sec)|
|At 50% depth x 100% width FOV: 450 000 pts/sec (2 000 pts/stripe x 225 stripes/sec)|
|At 50% depth x 50% width FOV: 450 000 pts/sec (1 000 pts/stripe x 450 stripes/sec)|
|Scanner Stand-off Distance||For 100% depth FOV modes, stand off to the near edge is 80 mm|
|For 50% depth FOV modes, stand off to the near edge is 93 mm|
|Laser Power Adjustment||ESP4 real-time per point|
|Scanner Depth of Field||100% depth FOV is 100 mm|
|50% depth FOV is 50 mm|
Other interesting options to consider if you’d like to extend your system’s applications:
- Lightpen for probing and object alignment
- Probe kit for Lightpen such as the Standard Probe kit