Optimet Innovations at Control Stuttgart 2016

This year Optimet™ introduces ConoLine-100, non-contact laser line distance sensor for measuring complex geometries & undercuts at Control 2016.

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Jerusalem, Israel – Optimet™ — developer of non-contact distance measurement sensors and scanners for complex objects with hard-to-measure geometries and a Newport Corporation company — will introduce the ConoLine-100 non-contact laser line projection system for measuring distances at Control 2016 (Stuttgart, Germany, Apr 26-29, 2016, Hall 1 / Booth 1117). Designed for diffusive and semi-diffusive surfaces, the ConoLine-100 optical line sensor features a rotating mirror that delivers high scanning speeds for a variety of lateral resolutions.

The ConoLine-100 optical line sensor uses a rotating mirror to produce laser line speeds up to 100 lines/sec, and point sensor accuracy down to 15 micron. The adjustable line angle allows the sensor to scan undercuts, steep grooves, and angles up to ±120 degrees. All data processing, including preprogrammed functions, are housed in the sensor head.

The company will also demonstrate the ConoPoint Smart and ConoPoint-20 point sensors at the show. The ConoPoint Smart is designed for distance, surface contour, 2D profile, thickness, and 3D measurements. In addition to the regular Conoscopic Holography technology of Optimet sensors, the Smart ConoPoint holds built-in features library, automatic pass/fail output and web-based software design. These capabilities will assist the user during sensor integration and also later in process during the sensor use for faster measuring of profiles, steps, radiuses and comparison analysis. The ConoPoint-20 is a 20kHz high laser power sensor, specifically designed for black surface inspection such as tires and rubber.

This year the Taiwanese company UNICE-EO will join the Optimet booth and present their 3D scanners designed especially for Optimet sensors.

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