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The 3D data acquisition of an object with a white light scanner or a fringe projection system takes place in the following sequence: After the 3D scanner, the measuring object, and as the case may be a turntable or a robot for an automated acquisition, have been set up, the sensor components (cameras, projector) are calibrated.     Online:
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Functional principle

The 3D data acquisition of an object with a white light scanner or a fringe projection system takes place in the following sequence: After the 3D scanner, the measuring object, and as the case may be a turntable or a robot for an automated acquisition, have been set up, the sensor components (cameras, projector) are calibrated.

This is followed by the digital measurement of the object, in that the projector projects a sequence of fringe patterns (here: gray code procedure combined with phase shift technique) onto the measuring object, whereby each object displays an individual fringe pattern sequence in accordance with its contour. The system cameras capture this projected fringe pattern at a predefined viewing angle, while the individual projection varies for each object, and even for each view of the object. Depending on the application, either one or two cameras are used. When necessary, the 3D digitization is performed fully automatically by adding a turntable or robot which is synchronized with the measurement process.

An individual measuring sequence is completed within approximately one second; depending on the complexity of the measuring object, the entire measuring process takes between a few seconds and several minutes. The process is completed once the object has been completely digitized, i.e. individual images of all sides of the object have been captured and automatically saved. Within a matter of a few seconds, the computer then calculates the 3D data of the measuring object by aligning the individual captures by reference to the respective object geometry or by aid of index marks which prior to the data acquisition have been attached to the object.

The result initially is a so-called point cloud which is then – depending on the measuring task in hand (e.g. reverse engineering, rapid prototyping) and the aid of respective specialized programs - converted into a thinned net of triangles, referred to as the ‘mesh’. It is in this step of the process that for instance the Surfaces are smoothened, or that the measurement noise is reduced and the data volume is decreased, without the overall data quality being compromised. The exact three-dimensional replica of the object is available as a data set in various formats and can be used for any type of further processing, e.g. with a CAD / CAM program.

The measuring volume captured by a white light scanner ranges from a few millimeters to about one meter. Yet, by combining the aforementioned method with another measurement strategy, the photogrammetry, considerably larger free form areas can also be captured at the highest level of detail – the spectrum of three-dimensional digitization ranges from smallest injector nozzles all the way up to meter high building structures.

The system for small scanning objects

  • Fully automated 3D digitization of small articles of any kind (up to a maximum weight of 2 kg)
  • Application areas in dental technology:Scanning of models for the production of individual, precisely fitting dental prosthesis constructions such as crowns, bridges, inlays or onlays
  • Further application areas:Analysis of masticatory Surfaces, ear impressions, plastic parts, jewelry and gemstones, coins or ARChaeological findings

    Your advantages

  • Integrated concept of object positioning and 3D scanning hardware
  • Closed system housing, resistant to all types of environmental interferences such as vibration, light, and dust
  • Convenient positioning of scanning objects with flexible fixing elements
  • Freely positionable double axis turn-tilt unit for the acquisition of complex object geometries
  • Low-maintenance and economical thanks to robust construction and protected sensor hardware

    Background information

    Designed as a two camera system and equipped with high-power LED lights, the d-STATION is ideally suited for the precise, automated three-dimensional data acquisition of very small technical objects. Its sensor design not only provides 10 times more light intensity but also results in a significant improvement of edge defInition. Together with the optimized data acquisition and evaluation speed, the user is provided even more rapidly with prime precision 3D object data. Furthermore, thanks to the enclosed system housing, the digitization system is well protected and therefore insusceptible to any surrounding interferences. The measuring data is generated in the STL format and can be used for further processing by any CAD or inspection software program.

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        Detailed product specifications.
    Spec Aicon breuckmann d-STATION 3D Scanner
    Image processing
    Host computer: Workstation Professional
    Computer interface: USB 2.0
    Operating system: Microsoft Windows 7 (64 Bit Edition)
    System software: OPTOCAT for Windows 64 Bit From precision calibration to automated data acquisition all the way up to a complete 3D model
    Data interface: BRE, STL, PLY, VRML, ASC

    Functional principle:

    Miniaturized Projection Technique (MPT)
    Field of view (FOV): 120 mm
    Light source: 18 W LED (white)
    Sensor weight: 15.0 kg
    Imaging: Two professional high-resolution digital CCD cameras, black-white
    Camera resolution: 2 x 1.280 x 1.024 Pixel
    Acquisition time: < 1 sec.
    Turntable: Integrated
    Calibration: Precision glass ceramic calibration tool
    Fixing elements: Base plate, fixing clamps, multi-die clamp
    variCOLOR: Customized system solutions on request (for large quantities only)
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