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June 4, 2013
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automated scanner capture 3dThe ATOS ScanBox 6130 is the newest addition to GOM’s product line of advanced automated solutions with the capability of scanning parts larger than 6.5 ft and/or up to 4,400 lbs in weight. The ATOS ScanBox series is a turnkey solution for automating 3D scanning and inspection applications. It is designed to industrial standards and engineered with high quality components to ensure process optimization, increased throughput, and automation success. Delivery time is short and setup is plug-and-play. The ATOS ScanBox is integrated with an ATOS Triple Scan sensor which is recognized by the industry for its precise accuracy, high resolution and speed. When coupled with automation, it becomes a metrology power house increasing productivity, repeatability and accelerating ROI.
 
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