Don't miss this webinar where you will discover the benefits of working with a Robotic Inspection System paired with a Structured Light Scanner!
Achieving effective and efficient quality control using Universal Metrology Automation (UMA) and Structured Light Scanners
In the Aerospace, Automotive, Consumer Electronics Industries, and many others, precision is key. These factories work with a broad range of parts and assemblies coming from diverse manufacturers/ suppliers, and the need to standardize quality control workflow is growing daily; not only to deliver the best result at the end of the assembly line, but to provide the safest and most durable products possible.
These manufacturers are greatly benefiting from precise 3D scanning solutions with high-speed data acquisition, and the capability to scan complex surfaces whether in the lab or on the shop floor. As if that wasn’t enough, 3D scanning is user friendly for different stages of manufacturing, i.e., the design process, quality control, and even safety tests.
In this 3D Scanning/ Automation webinar sponsored by Hexagon and 3D Infotech, we will conduct a demonstration on an intake manifold and other automotive parts to show how Universal Metrology Automation (UMA) enables more effective and efficient quality control processes by leaving the repetitive tasks to a robotic inspection system paired with the Hexagon PrimeScan - one of the most precise 3D scanners for digitizing small to large components.
If you already own a Coordinate Measurement Machine (CMM), manual probing device, or want to upgrade from handheld 3D Scanning, join this webinar to see the benefits of complementing your dimensional inspection with robotic automation!
In this webinar, you will discover
- The benefits of working with a Robotic Inspection System.
- The advantages of using a metrology grade Structured Light Scanner.
- The benefits of completely automating quality control with a single user interface that handles the complete inspection process from 3D scanning, to dimensional analysis, and reporting.