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LPX Series 3D Laser Scanners

By Roland DG Australia Pty Ltd
  • LPX Series 3D Laser Scanners

Stop wasting hours cleaning up scanned data! With the touch of a button, LPX Series 3D laser scanners can generate a detailed CAD model with a 0.008-inch resolution and a watertight surface. Bundled LPX EZ Studio reverse engineering software automatically scans, aligns, merges planes, fills holes, and decimates 3D models. LPX EZ Studio then exports them as point cloud data that can be easily used directly in SolidWorks, Office Premium and other CAD software.
 
Summary
 
- Automated 3D scanning at the touch of a button
- LPX-600 scanning volume: 406.4mm (16") tall and 254mm (10") in diameter; 0.2mm (0.008") maximum scanning resolution
- LPX-60 scanning volume: 304.8 mm (12") tall and 203.2 mm (8") in diameter; 0.2mm (0.008") maximum scanning resolution
- LPX-1200 scanning volume:130mm (5") in diameter and 203.2mm (8") high; 0.1mm (0.0039") scanning resolution
- Bundled LPX EZ Studio reverse engineering software
- Exports CAD models in point cloud, STL, PIX and 3DM data formats
- Attractive, compact design for office environments 
 
1. Two Scanners -Countless CAD/CAM Applications
 
The LPX-600 scans objects up to 406.4mm  (16 inches tall) and (254mm) 10 inches in diameter, while the LPX-60 scans objects up to 304.8 mm (12 inches) tall and 203.2 mm (8 inches) in diameter. Both enable designers to scan complex, organic shapes in minutes. CAD/CAM applications include hand-held consumer products, blister package design, hand-sculpted characters for feature animation, and face models for anaplastologists. 
 
2. Superior Scans
 
The LPX Series uses advanced non-contact laser sensors to quickly generate precise models with 0.008 inch scanning resolutions. The combination of precision laser optics and motion control within a rigid enclosure lets design engineers produce high quality scans with minimal surface noise.
 
3. Bundled Software
 
Bundled Roland LPX EZ Studio typically saves designers two to five hours on every scanned object. The reverse engineering software automatically scans, aligns, merges planes, fills holes, and decimates 3D models. It exports CAD models in a wide range of data formats, including point cloud, STL, PIX and 3DM. Point cloud data is used directly in SolidWorks 2007 Office Premium and other CAD software. STL files are used by the industry's most popular rapid prototyping systems, including those manufactured by Roland, 3D Systems, Stratasys, Z-Corp and Solidscape. The LPX-60/600 also comes with Dr. PICZA3 scanning software, which allows users to scan an entire object or capture a specific area. The software can also export poly-line or point cloud scanning data as a 3D CAD file.
 
4. Optional Software
 
Optional Pixform Pro reverse modeling software offers advanced data editing. Pixform Pro can align, merge, fill holes, decimate, remesh, and translate polygon surfaces into NURB surfaces. The software can also merge scans for increased quality, change the shape around curved surfaces, sharpen edges, extend shapes, add thickness and perform Boolean operations on polygon surfaces. It supports a wide range of data output formats including DXF, STL, WRL, 3DM and IGES.
 
5. Dual Scan Modes
 
Rotary and Plane Scanning Modes offer the versatility to scan an expansive array of objects. In rotary mode, the LPX-60/600 quickly scans an entire object on its fully integrated rotating table. In plane scanning mode, it scans as many as six different planes to capture side cuts and cavities.
 
6. Non-Contact Advantage
 
Scanned objects remain in pristine condition, thanks to the LPX Series non-contact laser scanning technology. To scan glossy, clear and dark-colored objects, simply paint them red, white or yellow. The LPX-60/600 will capture every detail!
 
7. Easy to Use
 
With its USB connection and one-button operation, the LPX-60/600 is ready to use within minutes after opening the box. Once up and running, the 3D laser scanner will save designers hours of manual reverse engineering work. Engineers can capture incredibly detailed surfaces without any special training.