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Intuitive data capture with ZEISS T-SCAN 20 and the new T-SCAN 10

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A modular system for data capture without part preparation

Fast, intuitive and highly precise

The modular ZEISS T-SCAN system is your fast way forward: Capture 3D data without any part preparation. Its perfectly matched components – the hand-held T-SCAN laser scanner, the optical tracking system T-TRACK and the touch probe T-POINT – form an intuitive and highly precise 3D metrology solution. In combination with the software GOM Inspect, it reaches a new dimension in coordinate measuring technology.
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Optical tracking for small and large volumes

Combine a hand-held T-SCAN laser scanner with the optical tracking system of your choice: the established T-TRACK 20 for large measuring volumes of up to 20 m³ – or the new T-TRACK 10 for a smaller measuring volume of up to 10 m³ and higher accuracy. If you want to quickly and reliably capture individual measuring positions, choose the touch probe T-POINT. It’s the perfect solution for single-point measurements on object areas such as trimmed edges and standard geometrics or optically hard-to-reach areas.
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GOM Inspect: Intuitive software for a simplified workflow

The modular T-SCAN system operates with GOM Inspect, the all-in-one, user-centered software solution and established standard in 3D metrology. Measurements and inspection can be performed on screen, the parametric function makes all process steps traceable. For a simplified, speedier and more productive workflow.

A wide range of applications

Quality control and inspection

  • Nominal-actual CAD-to-part comparison
  • Boundary edge extraction of sheet metal parts
  • Inspection of complex welded structures
  • Shop floor inspection
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Tool and mold making

  • Tool reconstruction
  • Scan data for machining path generation
  • Actual capture following tool approval
  • Capture of complex component dynamics, e.g. during a clamping procedure
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Product development and design

  • High dynamic range to scan all kinds of surfaces
  • Scanning of design models for CAD downstream processing and documentation
  • Gage and fixture setup
  • Fast capture of reference geometries and specified areas
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Technical Data

ZEISS T-SCAN hand-held laser scanner
Measurement depth
+/- 50 mm
Line width
up to 125 mm
Mean working distance
150 mm
Line frequency
up to 330 Hz
Data rate
210,000 points/second
Weight
1100 g
Sensor dimensions (incl. handle and IR pins)
300 x 170 x 150 mm
Cable length
10 m
Mean point distance
0.075 mm
Laser class (IEC 60825-1:2014)
Class 2M (eye-safe)
Software
GOM Inspect Suite
ZEISS T-TRACK 10
Measuring distance: object-camera
2.0 m – 4.50 m
Measuring volume
10 m³
Field of view
up to 2894 mm x 2324 mm
Measuring rate
up to 2.8 kHz
Weight
18.5 kg
Dimensions
1150 x 180 x 150 mm
Software
GOM Inspect
Traceable accuracy
Yes
Accuracy
0.033 mm + 0.033 mm/m
ZEISS T-TRACK 20
Measuring distance: object-camera
2.0 m – 6.0 m
Measuring volume
20 m³
Field of view
up to 3200 mm x 2500 mm
Measuring rate
up to 2.8 kHz
Weight
18.5 kg
Dimensions
1150 x 180 x 150 mm
Software
GOM Inspect
Traceable accuracy
Yes
Accuracy
0.04 mm + 0.04 mm/m

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