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ZEISS Introduces T-SCAN hawk 2 – Its Next-Generation Handheld 3D Laser Scanner

ZEISS #HandsOnMetrology has introduced its new ZEISS T-SCAN hawk 2, developed and produced in Germany and certified for the highest industry standards. ZEISS T-SCAN hawk 2 is a portable, reliable tool to capture data with metrology-grade precision wherever needed: in quality control or reverse engineering, maintenance, repair and overhaul.

The new T-SCAN hawk 2 comes with particularly simple and pleasant user guidance. Very intuitive to operate, it adapts easily to the movement of one’s hand, features a workflow assistant as well as the possibility to start and navigate the workflow directly. Users can operate the software directly with the system, there is no need for the user to interact with the laptop.

New Satellite Mode and Perfect Distance Control

If users like to go big, the ZEISS T-SCAN hawk 2 is also the right tool for them. It’s the first portable laser scanner with the new satellite mode, allowing users to scan objects up to multiple meters. There is no need for the classical built-in photogrammetry with coded markers and no compromise on accuracy. Another highlight is a red laser marker projected onto the components. This laser visual aid helps users to keep the perfect working distance while capturing data.

Easily Switchable Between Different Tasks

Its advanced technology allows ZEISS T-SCAN hawk 2 to deliver high-precision data in any situation and at any moment. Operating with a seamless adjustment for resolution and field of view, it does the job, even in confined spaces or hard-to-reach areas. The same applies to dark or shiny surfaces: ZEISS T-SCAN hawk 2 is strong on a wide range of materials and surfaces, delivering 3D measurement data with the highest precision. T-SCAN hawk 2 operates with GOM Inspect, the well established standard in 3D metrology and part of the ZEISS Quality Suite.

Whatever or Wherever The Task

ZEISS T-SCAN hawk 2 is ready for industries like automotive, transportation, aerospace and the energy sector. It is also great for mold and machine manufacturing, for example. Indoors or outdoors, the new 3D laser scanner travels in just one case, keeping everything at hand. Moreover, the case contains additional tools like a hyperscale for fast re-calibration or a handy power delivery hub. So, whatever the task, wherever the job: Take it. Make it.

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