Besides showcasing the ATOS Q and Absolute Arm, the company will present the new T-SCAN hawk 2
T-SCAN hawk 2
Exact Metrology: A Division of In-Place Machining Company and a comprehensive 3D metrology service provider and hardware sales company, will be exhibiting at the MetalCasting Congress and present innovative solutions from ZEISS, GOM and Hexagon in booth 815.
Produced by the American Foundry Society, this unique event is taking place between April 25-27 at the Huntington Convention Center in Cleveland, Ohio. The program offers exhibits, interactive demonstrations, and a direct connection with metalcasters, top suppliers and service providers. Present at the Exact Metrology booth will be Dean Solberg, Vice President of Metrology Sales and Services, Darin Sherry, Regional Sales Manager and David Nichols, Applications Engineer. The advanced metrology instruments that will be demonstrated in the Exact Metrology booth are the T-Scan hawk 2 from ZEISS, the GOM ATOS Q, and the Absolute Arm from Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence.
The ZEISS T-SCAN hawk 2 is the next generation lightweight portable 3D scanner with metrology-grade precision and ease of use. Working distance can be controlled with a new projection mode. Furthermore, the satellite mode can scan up to multiple meters, eliminating the need for classical built-in photogrammetry with coded markers. The T-SCAN hawk 2 features four buttons to start and navigate the workflow directly. Seamless adjustments for resolution and field of view are applied for fine details, large objects, deep pockets, confined spaces, or hard-to-reach areas. This scanner supports scanning on a wide range of materials and surfaces, delivering precise 3D data.
GOM ATOS Q is a flexible 3D scanner for complex measurement and inspection tasks in different industries. The scanner delivers fully traceable measurement results, especially in harsh conditions. It captures quality information quickly and with a high degree of detail, providing a reliable basis to easily interpret the information. ScanCobot, a mobile automated 3D scanning system, easily integrates with ATOS Q.
The Absolute Arm from Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence has an IP54 protection rating, a market first for portable measuring arms. It features an environment-related improvement that sees the system’s maximum operating temperature increased to 45°C. There are also improvements to the functionality of the Absolute Arm wrist display, now upgraded to a touchscreen, and the RDS software that drives it.
Absolute Arm with AS1 scanner
Besides the mentioned products, Exact Metrology also offers dimensional metrology services, including post processing options of reverse engineering and inspection. With First Article Inspection, which is a design verification process, measurements for each manufactured feature of a part are generated. Thus, a manufacturer can ensure all specifications are to design specifications before manufacturing a part.
Visit Exact Metrology in booth 815 during MetalCasting Congress.