Zeiss: Comet L3D 2 3D Sensor

  • Wednesday, 14 June 2017 00:00

The Comet L3D 2 by Zeiss uses fringe projection with multiple lasers to measure 3D data. It automatically recognises changes in vibration and exposure, and its light yield and high measuring speed help to capture data on different object surfaces.

The sensor also uses colin3D software, from which false colour comparisons can be generated for analysis. With a resolution of 2,448 x 2,050, it has a working distance of 760 mm with accuracy of 20 to 40 μm depending on the choice of lens.

APMEN Products, May/June 2017

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