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Breuckmann Stereoscan

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The Breuckmann Stereoscan from Aicon has been released for the inspection of large components directly in production runs.

The white light scanner can capture minimal deviations and delicate structures with an accuracy of less than 0.1mm. In contrast to a coordinate measuring machine which touches single points, the scanner captures the entire surface of the component. This results in a significantly higher density of information. The user is given a three-dimensional image of the measuring object, with a colour map showing the deviations from CAD data.

The Stereoscan R16 is ideal for automated inspection and quality control. The new system, with two 16 megapixel cameras, is characterised by a detailed resolution and an accuracy that was previously only known from coordinate measuring machines.