The ZEISS T-SCAN 20 helps you to measure precisely in any dimension, with measuring volumes for almost any application (from 0 to 20m3). This high-performance scanner can measure 210,000 points and up to 330 frames per second, for quick and easy scanning with no surface preparation required. The innovative, complete laser scanning solution impresses with its exceptional performance, user friendliness and flexibility.
Offer Terms and Conditions
Order by 30th September 2019 and save over 20% on the RRP of the ZEISS T-SCAN 20. Promotion available on outright purchase and leasing options. The offer refers to the essential starter pack which includes:
- The ZEISS T-SCAN 20 hand-held laser scanner
- The ZEISS T-Point 20 Touch Probe
- Manfrotto tripod stand
- ZEISS CALYPSO software
- A high specification laptop
- ZEISS service, support and training
The offer is only valid on orders which are shipped to addresses within the UK and Ireland, and savings refer to the manufacturer’s recommended retail price. Delivery and training dates are subject to receipt of a purchase order. Training is to be carried out at our ZEISS Rugby Centre or at your own site (subject to additional charge) and is to be completed within 6 months of the installation date. Finance options are available but are subject to status. ZEISS and participating dealers reserve the right to cancel the offer at any time and when there is no longer sufficient stock to support the promotion.
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- Nominal / actual comparison of CAD
- Boundary / edge extraction (sheet metal parts)
- Shop floor inspection
Tool and mold making
- Tool reconstruction
- Scan data for generating machining paths
- Actual-capture following tool approval
- Inspection of complex welded structures
- Gage and fixture setup
- 3D data capture for rapid prototyping
- Capture of highly complex geometries as reverse engineering data
- Scanning of design models for CAD downstream processing and documentation
- Capture of character lines
- Fast capture of base surfaces (alignment)
Capture of complex component dynamics, e. g. during a clamping procedure
Archeology, documentation of art-historical objects, etc.
Applications in medical technology (motion analysis, etc.)
The modular all-in-one concept, includes perfectly matched components (tracking camera, hand-held scanner and touchprobe), thereby offering highest flexibility for a large variety of applications.
The design of the laser scanner ZEISS T-SCAN has been ergonomically tailored to the operator's needs, allowing a fatigue-free and intuitive scanning process.
The optical tracking systems offer a high dynamic range for precise data capturing on different surfaces / objects with varying surface properties.
The software platform ZEISS colin3D ensures a consistently efficient and project-oriented workflow during the entire measuring process.
Benefit from the free, pre-installed GOM Inspect software for ZEISS T-SCAN. The software combines basic inspection tools with application-specific functions for the analysis of 3D measurement data in quality control, product development and production.
The free software for generating polygon meshes can be used as a viewer for measuring results and CAD data. It is designed for users who process and evaluate 3D data. The parametric functionality that ensures traceability of measurement data is not fully available in GOM Inspect. The creation of templates or macros for multiple evaluation and the parametric inspection functionality are only fully available in GOM Inspect Professional.
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Capture 3D data with high precision, even on moving objects – with the dynamic referencing function, you perform your measurements independently of component movements and difficult ambient conditions, including vibrations (production environment, e. g. a press shop, or parts in operation, e. g. measuring sealings on moving car doors, etc.).
From data acquisition through data processing all the way to data comparison – the ZEISS T-SCAN can be controlled by many different direct real-time interfaces, making system integration into existing processes easy and straightforward.
The speed and the extremely high precision impressed me from the very beginning.Ralf Redecker, employee in the Vulcanization Department at VULKAN