ATOS Compact Scan: Capture 3D's New 3D Scanner

Capture 3D's GOM ATOS series of industrial optical 3D scanners provide accurate scans with detailed resolution at high speeds. ATOS delivers 3D measurement data and analysis for industrial components such as sheet metal parts, tools and dies, turbine blades, prototypes, injection molded parts, castings, and more. Instead of measuring single points or with a laser, ATOS captures an object's full surface geometry and primitives precisely in a dense point cloud or polygon mesh. ATOS is widely utilized in various industries, and can measure different object sizes, surface finishes, and shape complexities.

The new ATOS Compact Scan provides accurate scans with detailed resolution at high speeds. This modern 3D scanner combines the latest ATOS Blue Light Technology and software into a compact design with an affordable price. Manufactured with high-quality components, this lightweight and compact sensor ensures ultimate adaptability for various applications and environments, especially in narrow and confined areas. Quickly measure and inspect castings, design models, forms, injection molded parts, interiors, prototypes, vehicles, and much more.

We live in a world fueled by creativity, innovation, and competition. When product ideas are born, the world of engineering gives it life. The tools and technologies we use on a daily basis are a critical factor to achieve success. Capture 3D is a leader in 3D metrology solutions since 1997. From aerospace, automotive, consumer goods, power generation, entertainment, medical, to a variety of other industries, we improve product development through manufacturing and maintenance processes. Products include 3D scanners, portable CMMs, inspection, automation and robotic solutions.

For more information, visit: www.capture3d.com/products-ATOS.html

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