The structured-light projector system Pulsar combines precision, speed,
and flexibility and is exceptionally well-suited for the use in optical 3D
measurement and object recognition.
Optical 3D measuring and object recognition has many advantages, especially for measuring and inspecting complex 3D geometries. Especially in an industrial environment, the Pulsar system developed by SAC can leverage the advantages of the highly precise, areal scanning of 3D contours by means of structured light.
Pulsar combines high speed with large measuring volumes, which makes it ideal for industrial inspection tasks such as completeness, shape deviation, position of components, planarity control, and volume measurement.
An intelligent evaluation logic determines the measured values for the reliable evaluation of the inspection object from the 3D data. The graphical teach-in tool enables you to adjust the system to new types or to change the inspection tolerances in an instant. All measured values can be logged and statistically evaluated. This makes the production process transparent, and process fluctuations can be identified and localized quickly, making costly serial defects a thing of the past.