How to easily check your scanner accuracy

Discuss Laser Scanning Europe Products | Services here.
Post Reply
User avatar
Marketing - LSE
I have made 40-50 posts
I have made 40-50 posts
Posts: 46
Joined: Fri Oct 25, 2013 9:22 am
10
Full Name: Lissi Haubenreisser
Company Details: Laserscanning Europe GmbH
Company Position Title: Marketing Manager
Country: Germany
Linkedin Profile: Yes
Location: Germany
Has thanked: 2 times
Been thanked: 21 times
Contact:

How to easily check your scanner accuracy

Post by Marketing - LSE »

Hello everyone!

We have developed an impressive new product. A " must have " for anyone who wants to easily check the accuracy of his 3D scanner. 8-)

With the reference scale bar you can check your scanner in the office or directly in the field after transportation. It can also be used as a reference distance on objects to be scanned to ensure quality.

Eric introduces the product in this video:


youtu.be/tLZhNLxvvjk

The reference scale bar made of carbon fiber is dimensionally stable, has a low weight, high strength and high production accuracy. The carbon fiber material has an extremely low coefficient of thermal expansion. This ensures dimensional accuracy even at temperatures that deviate from the calibration temperature.

Two precise reference spheres are attached to both ends of the scale. These spheres have a diameter of 100mm and an accuracy of 50 μm (0.05mm). The distance between the centers of the spheres is 1.45m and is determined and certified with high precision for each scale individually using a coordinate measuring machine.

The reference scale bar is compatible with numerous laser scanners, including
  • FARO scanners
  • Leica Geosystems scanners
  • Trimble scanners
  • Z+F scanners
The reference scale bar for 3D scanners is available in our shop: :arrow: https://shop.laserscanning-europe.com/R ... D-scanners

Image
Lissi Haubenreißer
Marketing Manager
Laserscanning Europe GmbH
https://www.laserscanning-europe.com
https://www.shop.laserscanning-europe.com
https://www.lse-robotics.de
Germany - America
Martin_au
V.I.P Member
V.I.P Member
Posts: 344
Joined: Thu Oct 15, 2009 12:51 pm
14
Full Name: Martin Ankor
Company Details: Anon
Company Position Title: Surveyor
Country: Australia
Has thanked: 6 times
Been thanked: 28 times

Re: How to easily check your scanner accuracy

Post by Martin_au »

Excuse me sir. I believe you have developed a 'stick'.

Just kidding. Nice idea.
User avatar
smacl
Global Moderator
Global Moderator
Posts: 1467
Joined: Tue Jan 25, 2011 5:12 pm
13
Full Name: Shane MacLaughlin
Company Details: Atlas Computers Ltd
Company Position Title: Managing Director
Country: Ireland
Linkedin Profile: Yes
Location: Ireland
Has thanked: 645 times
Been thanked: 694 times
Contact:

Re: How to easily check your scanner accuracy

Post by smacl »

Martin_au wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 2:32 pm Excuse me sir. I believe you have developed a 'stick'.

Just kidding. Nice idea.
I suspect it's what an old school surveyor would call the scanning equivalent of a Subtense bar, see https://www.jerrymahun.com/index.php/ho ... c-suntense Good idea!
Shane MacLaughlin
Atlas Computers Ltd
www.atlascomputers.ie

SCC Point Cloud module
Post Reply

Return to “Laser Scanning Europe”