Exact Metrology Artec Ray laser scanner Exact Metrology
The Artec Ray operates from up to 110 meters away, with submillimeter distance accuracy and best-in-class angular accuracy, according to the developer.

Large-Dimension Laser Scanner

Fast and accurate data collection for reverse engineering, inspection, product design, and more

EXACT METROLOGY announced the immediate availability of its new Artec Ray laser scanner for scanning large objects like wind turbines, ship propellers, airplanes, and buildings with "ultra-high precision and speed."

Capable of scanning up to 110 meters away, this scanner offers submillimeter distance accuracy and best-in-class angular accuracy, according to the developer. It added that data capture is "cleaner" than with any other 3D scanner of this type and keeps noise levels at an absolute minimum. As a result, post-processing time is reduced.

Scanning with Artec Ray is easy: Users place it on a tripod in front of the object they wish to scan and press the button.  Portable and compact, the laser scanner can be set up easily indoors or outdoors. There’s no need to worry about finding a power source because the internal battery lasts up to four hours.

Also, Artec Ray is equipped with software solutions. Once scanned, the scan is processed directly into the powerful Artec Studio, then seamlessly exported to Geomagic Design X.

For maximum advantages, Artec Ray can be paired with Exact Metrology’s Eva or Spider handheld Artec scanners to scan hard-to-reach areas or to add intricate detail to a large-scale 3D model.
Learn more at www.exactmetrology.com

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