The HDI Advance R4x’s new industrial design and improved performance make it the ideal scanner for the industrial metrology market. Compared to the R3x, the R4x’s accuracy has been increased by 20% with higher resolution cameras and projector.
Notable features include a highly stable carbon-fibre bar for mounting cameras (and DLSR) that allows customers to use the scanner over extended periods of time without the need for recalibration; the ability to set the cameras at fixed positions and angles and scan objects with various fields of view and measurement ranges using the same scanner; and a high end scanning engine (FlexScan3D) that automatically aligns scans, edits 3D models, exports the 3D models into various industry formats and automates the user’s processing workflow through a powerful and easy-to-use scripting environment.
“With the HDI R4x we’ve delivered a more accurate and flexible scanner for industrial metrology applications like automotive and aerospace parts inspection, including wear and tear analysis for mechanical parts such as pumps and valves, and reverse engineering for CAD model reconstruction,” said Chi Ho Ng, Director Product Management at LMI Technologies.
The release includes an update to the HDI’s FlexScan3D software to version 3.3.5 to fully support the HDI Advance R4x higher resolution cameras and projector. Also, all Nikon models and Canon EOS Rebel Tx family DSLR cameras for colour texture are now fully supported in FlexScan3D 3.3.5.
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