Jim Anderton: If you need to qualify relatively small parts, assemblies or tooling, there are multiple ways to do that. But what if you make things that are physically very large, such as airplane wings, for example, or large jigs and fixtures. I’m with Chris Scott, he’s a sales engineer at Hexagon. Chris, I understand that you have a technology that would let you scan very large objects. Tell me how it works.
Chris Scott: Right, we have here the LAS-XL scanner. It partners with the Leica…
Source URL: Video: XL Laser Scanner for Qualifying Large Parts
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