A structured light scanner is a type of 3D optical measuring device used to record an object's geometry. Structured light scanners gather measurements by projecting an LED light pattern onto an object and capturing its shape with multiple cameras. The captured images are then reconstructed to create a 3D model. Structured light scanners are used for many applications in manufacturing, including inspection, GD&T analysis, and reverse engineering processes. After taking this class, users will be able to describe structured light scanners and how they function.
- Describe portable metrology devices
- Distinguish between laser and structured light scanners
- Describe structured light scanners
- Describe structured light scanner applications
- Identify structured light scanner components
- Describe the types of light used in structured light scanning
- Describe projected structured light patterns
- Describe how structured light scanners function
- Describe structured light scanner operation
- Describe structured light scanner data collection and analysis.
- Recommended for manufacturing personnel, particularly for the quality control and inspection department.
Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal Effectiveness, Structured Light Scanner, Metrolofy Devices, Inspection, Reverse Engineering
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