CNC mounted 3D Scanner

 

Mount the 3D Scanner on a

  • 3-axis CNC machine to do Relief scans
  • 5-axis CNC machine to do Relief scans from different sides and join to a 3D Scan
  • 5-axis CNC machine to do Cylindrical 360 degree scans
  • Turning lathe CNC machine to do Cylindrical 360 degree scans

Relief scan, 3D Scan, Cylindrical scan

 

 

How to scan on a CNC machine

 

Relief scan on a 3-axis CNC machine

 

Relief scan on a 5-axis CNC machine

 

Cylindrical scan on a 5-axis CNC machine

 

Cylindrical scan on a turning lathe

Join of scans

 
 Join of Relief scans from different sides into one 3D scan
 
 
 

Scantech offers two kind of CNC mounted 3D Scanners

 

The OneCam 3D Scanner is our low-budget 3D Scanner for mounting on any 3-axis CNC machine for Relief scan.

The TwoCam 3D Scanner is our most sold 3D Scanner. It can be mounted on any 3-5 axis CNC and turning lathe CNC machine. Both 3D Scanners are robust and designed to work in an production environment with dust and water.

 

OneCam 3D Scanner specifications

Principle of operation Single triangulating point scanner
Light source Laser 635 nm, 1 mW, Class IEC 2
Scan range 200 mm
Accuracy  (First half range/Last half range) 0.10 mm/0.20    mm
Operating temperature +10C to +35C
Storage temperature -10C to +40C
Humidity not condensing Max 90% RH
Degree of protection IEC IP65
Supply voltage 12-24VDC max 5% ripple
Power consumption 5 Watt
Cable Max 100 meter
Weight 1.4 kg
Housing Aluminum

 

TwoCam 3D Scanner specifications 

Principle of operation Double triangulating point scanner
Light source Laser 635 nm, 1 mW, Class IEC 2
Scan range 200 mm or 400 mm
Accuracy  (First half range/Last half range) 0.05 mm/0.10 mm or 0.10 mm/0.20    mm
Operating temperature +10C to +35C
Storage temperature -10C to +40C
Humidity not condensing Max 90% RH
Degree of protection IEC IP65
Supply voltage 12-24VDC max 5% ripple
Power consumption 5 Watt
Cable Max 100 meter
Weight 1.8 kg
Housing Aluminum

 

The Scantech CNC mounted 3D scanner is according to the EMC directive 89/336/EØF and IEC 60825-1 1993 A1 1997 A2 2001 and FDA guiding rules 21 CRF Ch. I §1040.10 and §1040.11.