Absolute Scanner AS1
The market-leading 3D laser scanner for portable arm measurement
Complete Scanning System Accuracy to within just 43 microns with Absolute Arm measurement.
Low noise, big data
Up to 1.2 million points per second of high-quality measurement data, even when scanning shiny materials that often require spray with other scanners.
Digitise large surfaces quickly with data collected at 300 Hz with no need to reduce laser line width or point spacing.
The extra-wide mid-range scan line width of 150 millimetres makes digitisation of large parts and surfaces fundamentally faster by covering more surface area with each scan pass.
The advanced algorithms of our SHINE technology allow you to digitise almost any surface type with the default exposure settings, from glossy black plastic automotive body parts to moulded carbon-fibre components, making high-quality measurement easier than ever with no high-level training required and operator variability eliminated.
Switching between measurement profiles and executing of macros and other software functions is fast and easy direct from the scanner with the Absolute Arm’s OLED touchscreen wrist display.
Weighing in at just 400-grams, the AS1 is light and easy to move, minimising the user fatigue that is one of the most common causes of inaccurate and unreliable measurement results.
A laser-projected range finder helps users measure more accurately and efficiently by helping ensure the scanner is positioned correctly relative to the part being measured.
The modular concept of the AS1 allows for quick and easy serviceability, as well as device sharing between measurement teams and locations.
Fit the AS1 to a handheld Absolute Positioner AP21 unit to measure over large volumes with an Absolute Tracker, or switch to an Absolute Arm 7-Axis for smaller-scale measurement, with no realignment required when switching.
The full scanning system accuracy of the AS1 and Absolute Arm 7-Axis system is supplied certified according to ISO 10360-8 Annex D, while an AS1 with AP21 unit is specified in line with ISO 10360-10.