What is Real3D technology?
Real3D technology offers
- complete geometry measurements of complex component geometries,
- analysis of even complex profiles and the measurement of flat and curved components and
- verification of form deviations
By creating a digital twin of the component, target-actual comparisons to CAD data are possible.
How does Real3D work?
The component is measured at various rotation and tilt angles. Based on the registered true color information of each measurement point, the single measurements are transformed into a joint coordinate system. The single overlapping measurements are then precisely merged into a complete 3D data set.
Various types of full form measurement with Real3D
Real3D enables measurements of form and roughness from numerous perspectives. These single measurements are then automatically merged into a full 3D data set. As a result, users obtain a visualization of the component from different angles as well as measurements of contour, difference and form. Thanks to high-precision and calibrated rotation and tilt axes, measurements are repeatable and traceable too.
Individual measurements are merged into a full 3D data set
Single measurements from various positions are automatically merged into a 3D data set. The Real3D technology allows the visualization of the component from different angles plus a measurement of contour, difference and form.
Analysis of even complex profiles
Users measure angles, distances, circles, incircles, circumcircles, thread pitches etc. from every position. In addition, the contour measurement module includes roundness measurement. Even complex profiles of, e.g. along helixes, are measured.
3D form measurement
Measurement of flat and curved components
Operators measure regular geometries and curved surfaces. Automatic fitting of spheres, cones and cylinders enables the visualization and form measurement of tools and other components. Also, deviation from target geometry becomes clear.
Verification of form deviation
Difference measurement is used to numerically compare two different geometries. A typical application is the measurement of wear before and after use of a cutting tool. Also, users measure form deviations to a CAD-dataset or reference geometry. The module is also used in the field of Reverse Engineering.