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3D Laser Scanner LPX600

Supplier: Roland DG

3D Laser Scanner LPX600 and Pixform Pro model editing software provide a complete reverse modelling solution with superior scan quality and ease of use.


3D Laser Scanner LPX600

The LPX-1200 3D laser scanner and Pixform Pro model editing software provide a complete reverse modelling solution with superior scan quality and ease of use. This hardware/software combination is ideal for all popular CAD, CAM and animation applications. You can scan a mobile phone to design blister packaging and/or accessories, scan a hand-sculpted alien for feature animation or scan an ear canal mould for custom hearing aid manufacturing.

LPX-1200 3D Laser Scanner Features

1. Superior Scans

The LPX-1200 uses an advanced non-contact laser sensor to quickly scan 3D objects with a 0.1mm (0.0039 inch) scanning resolution. The combination of precision optics and motion control with a rigid cast aluminium frame produces high quality scans with minimal surface noise.

2. Model Editing Software

Bundled with the LPX-1200, Pixform Pro reverse modelling software is compatible with all popular CAD/CAM programs. Pixform Pro can align, merge, fill holes, decimate, remesh, and translate polygon surfaces into NURB surfaces. It supports a wide array of data output formats including DXF, STL, WRL, 3DM and IGES. IGES is the NURBs file format used by popular CAD/CAM software such as SolidWorks, Pro/ENGINEER, Inventor, Mastercam, Delcam, FreeForm and Rhino.

Pixform Pro is also loaded with powerful features that make it easier and more efficient to edit 3D models. It allows users to merge scans for increased quality, change the shape around curved surfaces, sharpen edges, extend shapes, add thickness and perform Boolean operations on polygon surfaces. Pixform Pro runs on Windows 95, 98, NT4.0 and 2000.

3. Dual Scan Modes

Rotary and Plane Scanning Modes offer the versatility to scan an expansive array of objects. In rotary mode, the LPX-1200 quickly scans an entire object on its fully integrated rotating table. In plane scanning mode, it scans as many as six different planes to capture side cuts and cavities.

4. Non-Contact Advantage

Scanned objects remain in pristine condition, thanks to the LPX-1200's non-contact laser scanning technology. Scanning restrictions are limited only to the technology itself. Glossy, clear and dark-coloured objects will not scan effectively unless painted red, white or yellow in order to be "read" by the laser.

5. Easy To Use

Simple to set up and use with a USB connection and one-button operation. Bundled Dr. PICZA3 operating software provides new point, line and curve scanning functions for automated surface lofting.