eviXscan 3D FinePrecision
ensures high precision scanning
accuracy <0.01 mm
scan time <1s
ideal for small objects
A tiny scanner with great possibilities
The eviXscan 3D FinePrecision scanner is a device based on the latest generation of high-speed cameras with CMOS sensors and a LED blue light source - the combination of both technologies allows for very accurate reproduction of the scanned surface (accuracy <8 µm, resolution 33 µm), even with dark-surface objects.
The FinePrecision 3D scanner is perfect as a measuring tool for precision mechanics, especially in areas such as: production of turbine blades, microcircuits, small injection parts, as well as precise numerically processed parts. FinePrecision is also used in scanning implants, in prosthetics, as well as in the watchmaking and jewelry industry. The precision of the scanner also allows it to be used to optimize the 3D printing process.
Precision 3D scanning in the smallest detail
FinePrecision is an optical measuring device that can be used to collect more than 1200 points per square millimeter of scanned area. A single scan gives the possibility to acquire data in the volume of 120 x 60 x 45 mm3. Thanks to the blue structured light scanning technology the noise on the scans due to ambient light can be significantly minimized. The combination of a new generation of high-speed cameras with the fast frame collection triggered by the projection system allows to reduce the scanning time below 1 second.
Comparison of the details of scans (left: FinePrecision, right: eviXscan 3D scanner with a different design):
High-quality scans of the sharp edge of an object
The small scanning area in combination with the high-resolution cameras allow for the creation of a scanner with an unsurpassed resolution of 0.02 mm (> 1200 points / mm2). These parameters allow the analysis of surface microdamages, dents occurring during the operation of machines and devices, as well as errors in the production process.
Detailed analysis of turbine blades
Control the quality of turbines, blisks, blings or blades with the included airfoil analysis tools. Control X automates the measurement of:
leading and trailing edge position and thickness
chord angles and lengths
2D twist analysis