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Robotised 3D scanning

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Manufacturers in the UK can discover Cube-R since June. The scanning coordinate measuring machine for at-line inspection is available for benchmarking, testing or scanning parts. In Belgium, Cube-R is now available for on-site demonstrations.
Manufacturers in the UK can discover Cube-R since June. The scanning coordinate measuring machine for at-line inspection is available for benchmarking, testing or scanning parts. In Belgium, Cube-R is now available for on-site demonstrations. (Source: Creaform)

Creaform announced that two European distributors will now be demonstrating and selling the company's new 3D scanning CMM Cube-R.

Two European distributors, EMS in Belgium, and Measurement Solutions LDT in the UK, will be demonstrating and selling Cube-R.

Cube-R is a turnkey automated inspection product that enables manufacturers to accurately detect assembly issues during production and improve product quality, Creaform explains. It features Metrascan 3D-R, a robot-mounted optical 3D scanner that can be integrated into factory automation systems and aims to eliminate bottlenecks at the traditional coordinate measuring machine (CMM).

Shop-floor-ready and designed specifically for hard manufacturing environments, Cube-R can perform hundreds of part inspections — including on complex, shiny or textured surfaces — in a single day. It speeds up production cycles, all while ensuring the highest product quality possible, the company promises.

“Cube-R is an Automated Quality Control (AQC) solution that fits perfectly with Industry 4.0 initiatives. We want to demonstrate our ability to integrate AQC seamlessly alongside Metrolg I-Robot. It is the perfect solution to harness the power of optical 3D measurement and industrial automation as well as optimise production cycle and throughput,” explains Andrew Tagg, Managing Director at Measurement Solutions in the UK.

Mario Cupelli, Chief Executive Officer at EMS agrees. “Cube-R will allow us to expand our 3D scanning offering with a high-end, robotised solution. With our new demo centre, we will broaden our services to address customer needs in the aerospace, automotive and manufacturing sectors.”

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