Central Scanning Helps TWI Advance Technical Capabilities

Central Scanning Helps TWI Advance Technical Capabilities

Central Scanning, specialists in 3D scanning and printing, recently supplied TWI with a GOM Metrology ATOS Q 3D scanner, enhancing its technical capabilities.

Central Scanning has been a leader in 3D scanning and 3D printing since 2006 and the ATOS Q is designed to provide flexible 3D scanning for complex measurement and inspection tasks across industry.

Interchangeable lenses allow the scanner to perform high precision measurements for small to medium-sized parts, while the fixed camera position makes changing the measuring volume quick and easy.

Offering high-speed fringe projection and fast data processing with a high data throughput, the scanner operates on a triple scan principle with a blue light equaliser and a self-monitoring system to deliver precise measurement for inspection and reverse engineering applications.

GOM ATOS Q Scanner

The newly acquired 3D scanning system adds another level of capability to TWI’s existing technical offering. Paul Brooker, Principal Technology Project Leader at TWI, said: “These are exciting times for TWI with this new equipment, supplied by Central Scanning. This enables us to further develop our manufacturing support for Members with reverse/re-engineering of components and inspection, enhancing and supporting the delivery of single client projects for our Members.”

Nick Godfrey, Managing Director of Central Scanning, added: “We are very pleased to be working with TWI. The scanner compliments their already fantastic array of equipment and combined technical knowledge, providing a great opportunity to offer the Members an additional capability to facilitate projects moving forward.”

To find out more about the ATOS Q 3D Scanner and how it may aid your project, visit www.central-scanning.co.uk or get in touch with Central Scanning directly using the details below.

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