This scenario showcases a scan of a SIM card slot from the newest 3D line profile sensor, the Gocator 2510. Gocator 2500 sensors are the fastest Gocator line profilers in the most compact package yet.
This scenario's data showcases a stunning high-resolution scan of an electrical connector, recorded from LMI's newest 3D snapshot sensor, the Gocator 3504.
This scenario showcases a scan from a profile sensor mounted above two groups of cashews, showcasing the new Surface Segmentation tool. This tool identifies discrete parts even if they are touching or partially overlapping.
This scenario's data is taken from a cylinder head (an automotive part found in all internal combustion engines). It shows the 3210's wide FOV and ability to capture challenging surfaces, surface edges, and angles in high-resolution.
This scenario's data is taken from a PCB (printed circuit board). It showcases the 3506's high resolution and accuracy in a dense 3D point cloud, as well tools for measuring surface edges, feature outputs, and angle anchoring.
This scenario showcases a scan of a log, with 2 x 2340 line profilers. It is a demonstration of what can be achieved in the wood industry for lineal log scanning with larger field of view sensors such as the 2380 and 2880.
This scenario showcases a scan from a profile sensor mounted above a spinning car tire to capture its tread pattern. Notice the scan detail and the use of the groove tool in profile mode.
The scenario data was recorded using a demo target that shows several features. Various pre-configured surface tools and a Gap profile tool applied to a section of the surface are included.
This scenario shows range data recorded while scanning a running computer fan. A high-speed application like this would be useful, for example, to test for wobble in a running fan. A pre-configured Position tool is included.