StaabTEC measuring device types

Get an overview of the optical measuring devices which are used by StaabTEC.

ZEISS COMET L3D 2

Use ZEISS COMET L3D 2 with its state-of-the-art sensor technology and project-oriented software for simple and safe 3D data acquisition. Record the 3D data of your components and objects quickly and accurately, and win with the unique flexibility of the system the extended scope for a variety of measurement tasks. The powerful software platform ZEISS colin3D ensures a consistently efficient project-oriented workflow during the entire measurement process.

Go quickly and easily to the best possible measurement result

With just a few clicks and without the need for time-consuming preparations the ZEISS COMET L3D 2 sensor is operational - so you can concentrate entirely on the measuring task. The perfect all-in-one solution of state-of-the-art sensor technology and project-oriented software ZEISS colin3D for data acquisition and data processing offers high efficiency in work processes and generates high-quality measurement data. Thanks to the low working distance the equipment works well even in confined spaces.

ZEISS COMET L3D 2

ZEISS COMET 6 (16M)

COMET 6 is characterized by an extremely powerful LED and an innovative optical projection system. The adaptive projection (3D ILC - Intelligent Light Control) provides for an adjustment to the projected amount of light on the object surface; adverse effects such as overexposure are reduced to a minimum.

High resolution for maximum detail

The high resolution of the 16 megapixel camera in the COMET 6 16M offers a never-before-seen accuracy of detail on digitalization of delicate objects or for applications with extremely high requirements in terms of the level of detail.

ZEISS COMET 6 (16M)

ZEISS T-SCAN LV and ZEISS T-POINT LV

You can adapt the new tracking system by tailoring the modular overall concept to your application. In combination with the hand-held laser scanner T-SCAN LV you can digitalize even large objects efficiently and effortlessly. With the optional touch probe T-POINT LV single-point measurements are quickly and easily possible.

Dynamic referencing

Capture 3D data with high precision even on moving objects. With the dynamic referencing function you can make measurements regardless of component movements and difficult environmental conditions such as vibrations (e.g.in a production environment, such as a Press Shop).

ZEISS T-SCAN LV
ZEISS T-POINT LV

Software used for staabTEC

Depending on the field of application and customer requirements for the job format we have, among other things, the following software in the portfolio:

Geomagic Design X

Geomagic Design X (formerly XOR), is one of the industry's most comprehensive pieces of reverse engineering software. It combines parametric CAD with 3D scan data-processing, so that feature-based, editable volume models can be created which are compatible with existing CAD applications. Starting with a real model, an editable CAD model can easily be produced from the scanned 3D data and integrated in subsequent design processes.
Geomagic DesignX complements existing design systems, by native output as specified in SolidWorks®, Siemens NX®, Autodesk Inventor®, PTC Creo® and Pro/Engineer®.

Geomagic Control X

Geomagic Control X is used in virtual assembly as well as for target-actual comparison. It is a high-end solution for complete data evaluations. Robust functions for analysis of form and position tolerances, standard sizing and creation of reference geometries are just a few of the key words for the application range.

Geomagic Freeform

Geomagic Freeform enables you to solve complex design and manufacturing challenges. The industry’s most comprehensive organic 3D engineering tools combine touch-based 3D sculpting, surfacing, design intent modeling, 3D scan processing, CAD interoperability and mold making:

  • add organic design to traditional CAD
  • realistic renderings
  • add structure to your design
  • enjoy instant 3D printability
  • unparalleled creativity
  • use it for industrial Product Design

Nodal PointMaster

The software from the WENZEL company is used in reverse engineering in free-form. PointMaster offers the freedom to generate 3D-lines quickly and securely by hand and from this free-form surfaces. The data output is produced in STEP or IGES format.

Polyworks

PolyWorks is a program for the Coordinate Measuring Technology and virtual assembly. It is a complete solution for the processing and analysis of three-dimensional data sets. PolyWorks as a universal software platform supports a variety of optical and tactile digitalizing systems. In addition to single point measurements whole surfaces can also be digitalized, analysed, edited and compared.

T-SCAN Plus and Comet Plus

T-SCAN plus and Comet Plus are pure recording software. The program is capable of communicating with measuring devices L3D, Comet 6 and T-Scan and thereby enables a special and accurate point cloud to be generated.

Steinbichler INSPECTplus

INSPECT Plus is a precision oriented target-actual comparison software which is easy to use in addition to a variety of methods of comparison, and offers the possibility of restricting the use to visualization, so large companies can also use just the viewer function.

ZEISS colin3D

ZEISS colin3D is a project-oriented recording software program of the new generation in the field of optical measuring technology. Thanks to the new algorithms maximum performance and data quality are achieved in data acquisition, data post-processing and data comparison. In addition to the extraordinary speed it is possible at the same time to generate a target-actual comparison with a best-fit alignment.

ZEISS Reverse Engineering (Holometric)

From a point cloud produced with ZEISS holometric, ZEISS Reverse Engineering produced surface descriptions, which can be further processed directly in the CAD system. Complex surfaces can be produced completely in this way with a small amount of data. Standard geometries are used not only as an approximation, but are described by exact geometric elements. In addition to the exact model description, the algorithms smooth the surfaces to such an extent that tangential and curvature-constant transitions are created - the prerequisite for optimum milling paths.