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Universal Metrology Automation®

Blue Light Scanning

3D Infotech’s Universal Metrology Automation platform allows the use of a variety of structured light scanners.  Our systems support scanners from many different hardware manufacturers.  Depending on the customer's part complexity, surface finish and size, 3D Infotech can guide in the selection of the right 3D scanner.  

Each scanner has its own data capture software utility.  3D Infotech has invested in directly integrating each scanner into it's Streamline software.  Within Streamline, the operator has the option to select a scanner type and data capture settings appropriate for that scanner.  Whether you are scanning large aerospace parts, medium size automotive parts or small electronic components, 3D Infotech can assist in identifying the right structured light scanner.  For highly reflective surfaces, blue light scanning is supported.

Rapid Deployment

With the emergence of robotics and motion control systems, most inspection processes can be automated. Companies that are aware of these technological advancements are eager to deploy automated systems, but they don’t know where to begin. Additionally, the selection of the right hardware and software is confusing and time consuming. This can often lead to frustration and cost over-runs.

3D Infotech’s UMA is the perfect answer that enables customers to be up and running in a matter of days versus months or years. Simply configure and deploy proven solutions, rather than spend hundreds of hours programming custom systems, which maybe like running an experiment.


Laser Scanning

With laser scanning, real-time high-speed data capture is possible while the part or robot is moving. This can be extremely advantageous in certain manufacturing environments. Data can be visualized and sorted as it’s being collected, offering certain advantages over other methods of 3D scanning.

3D Infotech works with a variety of laser scanners, both red and blue, for measuring details on small parts as well as large surfaces. Typically, blue lasers are used for measuring details such as flush & gap, dimensions on circuit boards, and even detection of flaws in surface finish. An array of red lasers can also be deployed to reduce overall scanning time for larger objects.

Industry 4.0

Universal Metrology Automation has been deployed in some of the most advanced companies in the world, some of them setting the standard for the manufacturing facilies of the future and Industry 4.0.  If you want more information please download our case study:

Streamline Software

3D Infotech’s Streamline process control software is the soul of Universal Metrology Automation®. It allows you to easily setup new automated inspection jobs with a variety of robot and scanner brands. A touchscreen user interface provides a friendly solution which is secure and permission based.

Common operations include:
  • Teach a new automated inspection sequence for a product
  • Edit robot paths or scanner settings
  • Run an automation inspection cycle
  • Stream results to enterprise systems
  • View current progress in real-time remotely
  • Communicate with Programmable Logic Control (PLC) and other devices