CINCINNATI—An Artec Micro 3D scanner is available through Exact Metrology Inc., a metrology services provider.
The Artec Micro is used for scanning tiny mechanical parts such as engine valves, as well as other small objects for industries including medical, according to an Exact release.
The Micro 3D scanner uses twin cameras and blue LED lights synchronized with the scanner's dual axis rotation system to create a digital copy of the object, Exact said. The scanner creates a high-resolution color 3D scan with point accuracy up to 10 microns. Resolution of 0.0011 inches and a 6.4 megapixel camera that captures texture data are also provided.
For more information, contact Steve Young at Exact Metrology by phone at 614-264-8587 or 513-831-6620, or by email at [email protected].
Artec, headquartered in Luxembourg, develops and produces 3D solutions and products for industries including engineering, medicine and security technology.
Exact has facilities in Cincinnati and Milwaukee, and offers services including 3D scanning, reverse engineering and product development, among others.
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