The T-SCAN hawk is the ZEISS answer to a broad range of inspection tasks around the shop floor. The portable, stand-alone, hand-held laser scanning system comes with the pre-installed GOM Inspect Suite inspection software and delivers precise 3D data and high-quality results.
Various scanning modes even for hard-to-reach areas
The portable 3D laser scanner boasts important technical features such as large-object photogrammetry, multiple laser sources and three scanning modes. Thanks to its integrated photogrammetry, it can digitise large and heavy objects very accurately. It comes with two laser sources, red and blue, which can scan various surface structures and materials and even dark and shiny objects, deep pockets and small details. Users can also change the scanning mode while scanning. The ZEISS T-SCAN hawk collects 3D data even on moving or vibrating objects.
Made for manufacturing and maintenance
The portable ZEISS T-SCAN hawk is a useful tool for 3D inspections of wear and damage and for matching actual data with CAD and thus makes life easier for users in maintenance, repair and overhaul. Areas such as 3D printing, rapid prototyping and reverse engineering are also perfect application fields for the flexible system. The pre-installed GOM Inspect Suite software guides the user through the entire workflow of scanning, probing and inspecting, making the process fast and easy.
Many inspection features for free
The 3D metrology specialist GOM has become a standard in many industries with its all-in-one GOM Inspect software. GOM’s new software platform GOM Inspect Suite embraces and facilitates the complete workflow from scanning to reporting for maximum ease of use. GOM Inspect Suite offers a host of inspection features and is available for free after registration. The full version of GOM Inspect Suite provides the full extent of data analysis and template capabilities. Users can download a free 30-day trial version to test out the software and its professional features.
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