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Release of Hexagon RS6 Laser Scanner Designed for High-Speed and Accuracy Scanning: Scans up to 1.2 Million Points/Sec with a Scan Rate of 300 Hz

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September 17, 2020

Exact Metrology has announced the release of Hexagon RS6 Laser Scanner designed for high-speed and accuracy scanning: Scans up to 1.2 Million Points/Sec with a Scan Rate of 300 Hz

Exact Metrology notes RS6 Laser Scanner scans up to 1.2 million points/sec with a scan rate of 300 Hz. The RS6 also has a wider laser stripe of 150 mm at mid-range and a visual guide that provides real-time feedback for stand-off distance.

Built using SHINE technology (Systematic High-Intelligence Noise Elimination), the RS6 laser scanner always delivers full scanning performance, even on the most challenging surfaces. Whether it’s a glossy black plastic automotive body part or a molded carbon-fiber component, this scanner scans without any reduction in quality or productivity. Furthermore, SHINE allows users to scan 99% of parts without touching the scanner exposure. With repeatable mounting (using the Absolute Arm 7 Axis), the scanner can be removed if necessary and replaced without need for calibration.  The Hexagon RS6 laser scanner is certified ISO 10360 8 on all 7 axis RA8 Absolute Arms.

When compared to other scanners, the RS6 has 3x faster frame rate, 30% wider laser stripe, and excellent scanning performance on difficult surfaces with SHINE.  With the arm-mounted scanner, it is easier to measure due to less preparation, less set up, less settings, and scans with full-frame, with full line width, all the time.

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