The ATOS Q is a reliable and versatile optical sensor built for industrial quality control & inspection applications. It is perfectly suited for measuring complex geometries making it ideal for precision or additive manufacturing. It comes in a robust package, built to withstand the rigours of shop-floor environments. Finally, it is highly versatile capable of manual, semi-automated or fully automated operations.
ATOS Q is specifically developed for industry use and delivers fully traceable measurement results—even under harsh conditions. The optical and electronic systems of the robust, optical 3D sensor are dustproof and splash-proof, making all ATOS Q sensors ideally suited for mobile or shop-floor applications.
The sensor captures quality information quickly and with a high degree of detail, providing you with a reliable data for inspection and analysis. Its Triple Scan functionality enables you to obtain accurate date even on reflective surfaces or objects with indentations.
Thanks to the Blue Light Equalizer and fast data processing, ATOS Q impresses with an outstanding performance. The Blue Light Equalizer enables high-speed fringe projection and is so powerful that even on uncooperative surfaces short measuring times can be achieved.
Weighing in at only 4 kg and boasting a robust casing, you can mount the ATOS Q on a tripod or take it on the road.
Combined with a rotation table or motorisation kit, you can make your inspection operation more efficient.
ATOS Q is available in the 12M and 8M versions. The sensors capture up to 2 × 12 million or 2 × 8 million coordinate points during scanning. The precision, the resolution and the measuring area size can be tailored to your application.
|ATOS Q 8M||ATOS Q 12M|
|Points per scan||8 million||12 million|
|Measuring area [mm²]||100 × 70 – 500 × 370||100 × 70 – 500 × 370|
|Point distance [mm]||0.04 – 0.15||0.03 – 0.12|
|Working distance [mm]||490||490|
|Weight||approx. 4 kg||approx. 4 kg|
|Dimensions||approx. 340 mm x 240 mm x 83 mm||approx. 340 mm x 240 mm x 83 mm|
|Cable length||10 m fibre optic cable||10 m fibre optic cable|
|Operating system||Windows 10||Windows 10|
|Measuring volumes||100, 170, 270, 350, 500||100, 170, 270, 350, 500|
One of our prospective customers is looking to use 3D scanning for quality control & reverse engineering of marine propellers. In this short video, we demonstrate how the ATOS Q scanner can be used to provide full field 3D data capture enabling us to compare to CAD and identify more defects.
Meet Johan, director of Energetic Machinery in Belgium, and his passion for industrial steam turbines. The successful implementation of reverse engineering at his company allows Energetic to offer customers a complete service. Check out their story.