Stemmer imaging introduces Gocator 3109, LMI's new intelligent 3D Snapshot sensor. It is specially designed for assembly lines that require a robotic 3D image acquisition and contactless inspection of non-mobile parts. 3D dot clouds, 3D measurement tools, control functions related to inspection results: the Gocator 3109 combines a series of features that make it ultra-performing.
With a lightweight and very compact case (49 x 100 x 155 mm3), weighing just 1.5 kg, the Gocator 3109 is the smallest 3D light projection scanner structured by blue LED diodes on the market. It is easily mounted on a robotic arm; sensors can also be placed easily in small spaces (for example to measure engine cylinders) or integrated into machines or other components of a production site.
The Gocator 3109 uses blue structured light LEDs and stereo measurement procedures that allow it to perform a global surface scan, in high-resolution and in very fast cycles (up to 5 Hz). Blue LED diodes produce high-contrast patterns that guarantee high-resolution images with excellent immunity to ambient light even in difficult light conditions.
It also has a wide visual field, ranging from 86 x 67 mm2 to 88 x 93 mm2, as well as very flexible shooting functions: in this way, it is possible to measure very diverse elements such as fittings, holes, grooves, studs or mechanical games with a single 3D Snapshot. The Gocator 3109 saves users money at all levels: fewer devices to install, more diversity of control and high speed of execution. The advantage of matrix scanning also does not require any readjustment to perform precision checks.
The Gocator 3109 communicates directly with automatons (APIs) or robots: this removes a good number of components and configuration details needed to start the system and maintain. Avoiding the installation of computers or additional elements thus optimizes the system and significantly lowers integration costs. The pre-calibrated sensor in the factory is immediately ready for use.
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