Inspection and Metrology

Laboratory Accuracy | Unrivaled Portability 

Due to the absolute accuracy of the laser scanning process, it is ideally suited to capturing the real time characteristics of any object.

In particular Laser Scanning can be useful in determining the accuracy of components with organic shapes such as Crusher Components, Gear Components, Pump Parts, Chute geometry, etc

Condition Monitoring of this type provides unrivaled detailed data that can be presented in a variety easy-to-read report formats such as red/green mapping that can be interpreted to predict expected component life.

Ideally Suited

Condition Monitoring

Reverse Engineering

Critical Spare Cataloging

Legacy Part Generation

Rotating Plant alignment/calibration

First Article Inspection

Machine Set-out

 

Romer Arm Scanning
Romer Arm Scanning

Condition Monitoring & Wear Analysis

 

Laser scanning for initial assessment is unrivaled in terms of its accuracy and speed.

A single laser scanning session can capture the baseline TRUE condition of any piece of equipment. This information is unquestionable and remains a permanent record from which a true assessment can be generated.

The same laser scanning session can also provide data to aid in the engineering of parts, components for the refurbishment.

Reverse Engineering

When reverse engineering, rarely do you come across a situation in which an entire assembly of parts needs to be replicated. Mostly reverse engineering involves the manufacture of a single component that needs to fit within an existing assembly.

When do this, it is important to capture as much information as possible so as to redesign the component as close to the original design intent as possible, thus insuring that a component interacts with its mating components within acceptable tolerances. In many cases, Laser scanning and probing techniques are the only way to capture this amount of information efficiently and with confidence.