A laser line scanner is a type of 3D optical measuring device used to record an object's geometry. Laser line scanners gather measurements by projecting a single or multiple laser lines onto an object while a camera captures its reflection. The scanned point data is used to construct a 3D model in real time. 3D laser line 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 3D laser line scanners and how they function.
- Describe inspection methods used in manufacturing
- Distinguish between laser and structured light scanning
- Describe laser line scanners
- Describe 3D laser line scanner applications
- Distinguish between different laser light colors
- Distinguish between single-line and multiple-line scanners
- Distinguish between flying dot principle and solid beam principle
- Describe how laser scanners function
- Describe 3D laser line scanner data collection and analysis
- Describe how laser line scanners are integrated with other components
- Describe how 3D scanning is used in smart manufacturing.
- Recommended for manufacturing personnel, particularly for the quality control and inspection department.
Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal Effectiveness, Laser Line Scanner, Inspection, Reverse Engineering
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