Industrial metrology lab augments its part inspection and reverse engineering services with an automated 3D scanner.
26 November 2013 – Ottawa, Canada –ShapeGrabber, a manufacturer of 3D scanners for industrial applications, today announced that Quad State Gauging & Measurement has recently purchased and installed a ShapeGrabber Ai810 3D laser scanner. Quad State will use this automated scanner to augment its part inspection and reverse engineering services to customers across North America.
Matt Mentzer, President at Quad State Gauging and Measurement said: “For the past thirteen years, our company has partnered with ShapeGrabber to deliver on-site scanner calibration services. This purchase provides us with an in-house automated 3D laser scanner that will allow us to bring the speed and complete coverage capabilities of the ShapeGrabber scanner to our clients. It will significantly reduce the time and labor associated with several repetitive measuring projects and allow us to deliver faster results to our clients.”
ShapeGrabber’s Ai810 automated 3D scanner is ideal for complex shaped parts where speed, complete coverage, and ease-of-use are important. It can accommodate parts as small as a dime and as large as a small refrigerator. By speeding inspection time and greatly enhancing part coverage, the Ai810 will help Quad State customers reduce defects and provide proof that specs are met.
About Quad State Gauging & Measurement
Quad State Gauging & Measurement is a high-technology industrial lab located in Cedar Falls, Iowa in the heart of the Cedar Falls Industrial and Technology Park. Founded in 1995, the company specializes in gauge design and build, part inspection, calibrations, and reverse engineering. Quad State Gauging & Measurement also sells a variety of gauges and serves many industries throughout North America.
At ShapeGrabber, measuring complex shapes is our specialty. We design, manufacture and sell industrial 3D laser scanners that are ideal for measuring complex shapes such as injection-molded plastics, castings and stampings that are otherwise too time consuming, costly or difficult to measure. Considered to be one of the industrial pioneers in the field, ShapeGrabber has been supplying 3D scanners to customers for 16 years, over six generations of technology development.
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Shaun Markey Communications for ShapeGrabber