Compact 3D Scanner Fits Variety of Applications
Capture 3D’s ATOS Compact Scan is designed to provide accurate 3D scans with detailed resolution at high speeds.
Capture 3D’s ATOS Compact Scan is designed to provide accurate 3D scans with detailed resolution at high speeds. The scanner features the company’s latest Blue Light Technology and software, and its lightweight and compact design makes it adaptable for a variety of applications and environments, especially in narrow and confined areas, the company says. It can be used to measure and inspect castings, design models, forms, injection-molded parts, interiors, prototypes, vehicles and more.
While countersunk and chamfered holes are similar in appearance, functionally they are quite different. Consequently, different gages exist to serve these different functional requirements.
The uses of working gage blocks are as varied as the number of gage blocks in a large set. The working blocks have an intermediate grade and are often used in the inspection or calibration lab, but they may also be found on the shop floor.
Simple "roughness" measurements remain useful in the increasingly stringent world of surface finish specifications. Here's a look at why surface measurement is important and how to use sophisticated portable gages to perform inspections on the shop floor.