The automotive industry is experiencing an ever more fierce competition at this moment, and inevitably,
quality enhancement and cost reduction have become two vital keys for the businesses.
Therefore, only those suppliers who provide high cost efficiency parts can stand their feet in the business
firmly. Driven by this trend, more and more automotive suppliers turned to 3D scanners for helping them
enhance the efficiency, more specifically, to improve the product quality and reduce the prototype
Comparing to CMM approach, 3D scanner is much more powerful of acquiring and dealing with vast data
points (millions), which plays an essential part in reducing engineers image acquiring time, prototype
design time, prototype inspection time and eventually the entire developing period.
3D scanner Rexcan is an expert on 3D scanning geometrical patterns on the object, including holes,
curves, edges, and so on. Not only can it acquire very accurate data,
but at a fast speed also.
Moreover, ezScan aligns patches automatically using the unique ‘simultaneous data registration
algorithm’, and provides a ‘batch processing’ function for saving your time from repeating the same job.
Import the 3D scan data to the 3D inspection software, Align the 3D scan data with CAD data, (Inspection
software) Indicates differences with color map automatically.
Analysis: red area means over errors, and blue area means lack errors. (Analysis report is also
available for viewing numbers.)
Previously, 3D measurements and inspections of assembly features, such as hole positions, plate shapes,
patterns, were carried out by CMM, which was extremely time consuming and expensive.
But now with Rexcan series, more specifically its image acquiring capability, such tasks can be finished
in a much more efficient way.
Distortions (spring back, cutting line, and etc.) of borders can also be detected by the 3D inspection
process using high quality 3D scan data acquired by Rexcan models, so as to get rid of the expensive
3D Scan data can be saved for backing up documentation, and later reuses for both designers and the manufacturer.
Materials can be accessed, transferred, and evaluated much more easily and efficiently between parties
through the whole process, which can also be speeded up significantly.
Errors due to human mistakes can be avoided.