Colormaps Created With 3D Laser Scanning
Go from tight, narrow spaces to vast, open spaces
A new and dynamic colormap is being introduced to 3D laser scanning devices. It could change the way inspections are done. Additive manufacturing is one of the best ways to be a productive company. It can help consumers receive better products in the end. This new piece added to 3D laser scanning can change many things.
This new feature is useful, for example, to gradually go from a wide range colormap that shows an overall dimensional variation to a tighter range that highlights smaller imperfections. You basically see those defects appear on the part as you use the new interface sliders”. Says Jean-Daniel Deschenes. He is the vice president of engineering at Polyrix.
Polrix has always focused on high resolution and highly precise products; this new piece added into their 3D laser scanners could be one of the best moves. This could allow their customers to receive better benefits from their equipment. Their scanners are impeccably different from others, and because of that, they are one of a kind.
Why Polrix scanners are different
Many of the 3D laser scanning devices added to companies have moving pieces, but this one is completely stable and sturdy. With the colormap added to it, they can take their scans from very tight and narrow spaces to vast and open spaces. Many 3D laser scanning tools you see will not be able to do that.
Data can be captured at every angle and all at once, unlike other scanners you might see on the market. This can help speed up the entire process and make the team more productive when scanning something.
How 3D laser scanning works
This is some of the best technology for manufacturing because it is noninvasive and won’t harm people or products. It takes rapid pictures, a few thousand per minute, and at the same time, the lasers in the machine project and are measured by the distance they travel. Since Polrix created a surrounding 3D laser scanning device that does not move it
This technology was not always this precise. When it was first created, it was not readily adopted. Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, 3D laser scanning developed rapidly and is now one of the hottest topics in the technological world.
Who else should use this technology
Many people and industries can benefit from this technology, especially the one that Polrix has created. This can be used as a full-body scanner that allows artists or musicians to be placed in scenes for music videos. This can be great for anyone trying to inspect cars as a whole instead of in pieces. There are so many industries that could benefit from 3D laser scanning we continue to see its use increase.
There has never been anything like 3D laser scanning. It is one of the most advanced tools that we can find on the market, and it is emerging in everyday life. As we see the uses expand, we notice that more people will have access to this technology. Researchers and developers are putting simplified versions into consumer phones and more. Soon we may all have some type of 3D laser scanning device in our pockets or homes.