CyberOptics ready for launch at Advanced Engineering 2016

amoctober16news-cyberopticsCyberOptics Corporation, a leading global developer and manufacturer of high precision 3D sensing technology solutions, has announced that it will showcase its latest 3D scanning inspection system, CyberGage360 to the European market for the first time at Advanced Engineering 2016, 2-3 November 2016, NEC, Birmingham.

CyberGage360, a metrology-grade, ultra-fast 3D scanning and inspection system will be demonstrated in Stand L43. With just one button, a highly-precise 360-degree 3D scan of complex parts along with a full 3D inspection report can be generated in less than three minutes. Little training is required so anyone can check critical features and any deviation from CAD.

“We are excited to unveil the CyberGage360 to the European market at Advanced Engineering,” said Sean Langbridge, global sales director, CyberOptics. “The product facilitates quality assurance by enabling any employee to be an inspector of In-Process QA and Incoming/Outgoing parts whether on the manufacturing floor, in the metrology lab or engineering environment. Customers will benefit greatly from substantial reductions in the development cycle and time-to-market.”

Designed for use in general purpose metrology, the CyberGage360 has a range of potential applications for aerospace, automotive, consumer electronics, medical and other verticals, where high accuracy and high speed throughput are vital. Incorporating CyberOptics’ proprietary 3D Multi-Reflection Suppression (MRS) technology, the automated CyberGage360 brings significantly greater accuracy and scanning speeds to the industrial parts inspection and reverse engineering markets – an unprecedented combination of speed, accuracy and simplicity that has yet to be seen in the industrial 3D scanning markets.

Using CyberOptics’ proprietary 3D scanning inspection technology, customers can speed inspection to less than 3 minutes and generate a highly accurate complete automated report of a part comparison to CAD along with critical feature dimensions.



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