Modelmaker Mmdx Facilitates Handheld Scanning

May 24, 2010 - Nikon Metrology releases the ModelMaker MMDx series with digital ESP3 technology. MMDx now scans nearly all sample materials and surface finishes by automatically using the most optimal laser stripe settings. ModelMaker MMDx comes in different stripe widths and fits on Nikon Metrology and most other articulated arm brands.

Nikon Metrology, a new Nikon daughter company, markets the products of former Metris and the industrial inspection solutions of the Nikon Instruments division. Building on the legacy of being a leading innovator in non-contact metrology, Nikon Metrology introduces exciting laser scanning solutions for CMM and handheld applications.

ModelMaker MMDx scanners feature digital camera technology and Enhanced Sensor Performance of the 3rd generation (ESP3) to scan all sample materials and surface finishes. Through ESP3 technology, MMDx digitizes surfaces with varying color or abrupt surface finish rInstruments division.transitions under any lighting conditions by dynamically adapting laser beam intensity point per point. ESP3 combined with a latest-generation reflection filter ensures that even highly reflective objects can be scanned without requiring spraying. ModelMaker MMDx laser scanners come in 50, 100 and 200mm laser stripe widths, to suit every inspection need. The scanner is compatible with Nikon Metrology arms and most leading 3rd party articulated arms, including Faro and Romer / CimCore.

For applications involving larger parts, ModelMaker MMDx technology is also available as part of the K-Scan Optical CMM system. This unique scanning system allows the operator to freely walk around and take scans as desired.

Nikon Metrology Focus Handheld software supports the MMDx scanner, in addition to most 3rd party point cloud software applications.


ABOUT NIKON METROLOGY

Nikon Metrology offers the broadest range of metrology solutions for applications ranging from miniature electronics to the largest aircrafts.  Nikon Metrology’s innovative measuring and precision instruments contribute to a high performance design-through-manufacturing process that allows manufacturers to deliver premium quality products in a shorter time. Further information is available on www.nikonmetrology.com.

For further information please contact:

Renaat Van Cauter, Director Marketing Communications

Nikon Metrology NV

Geldenaaksebaan 329, B3001 Leuven, Belgium

Email Contact

Tel +32 16 74 01 00 – Mobile +32 486 64 24 33




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