CIREX invests in optical 3D-scanner

CIREX invests in optical 3D-scanner

We are continuously pushing the quality of our services to a higher level. We do this, for example,  by measuring our products with increasing efficiency and precision. That’s why CIREX has invested in an optical 3D scanner, sometimes referred to as a “blue light scanner”. This blue light scanner quickly generates precise scans at high resolution. Instead of measuring several points or measuring using a laser, the blue light scanner records the entire geometry of the cast piece in a dense cloud of points.

Read more about the optical 3D-scanner.

Detecting Deviations At a Single Glance

The blue light scanner makes a 3D scan of the cast piece and compares it to the theoretical 3D model. Any dimension deviations are visualised with colour, making them immediately visible. At a single glance, you can see where possible deviations occur and how large these are. The great advantage of this is that you have an indication of a product’s dimensioning in an extremely short time – even if this product has a complex shape.