Laser Design Demonstrates Automated CyberGage360 3D Scanning Inspection System at Control Show


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Laser Design, Inc., a subsidiary of CyberOptics, and premier provider of ultra-precise 3D scanning systems and services announced it will demonstrate its CyberGage 360, a metrology-grade, ultra-fast, one-button automated 3D scanning and inspection system at the Control show, May 9-12th in Stuttgart, Germany in booth #7236.

With just one button, a highly precise 360-degree 3D scan of complex parts along with a full 3D inspection report can be generated in just a few minutes. Little training is required for set-up, programming and operation, so anyone can check critical features and any deviation from CAD.

Incorporating CyberOptics’ proprietary 3D Multi-Reflection Suppression (MRS) technology, the automated CyberGage360 brings significantly greater accuracy and scanning speeds to the industrial parts inspection and reverse engineering markets.

“The CyberGage360 is as easy to use as a microwave oven. Simply put your part in, press the button and in a few minutes, you have a highly precise, full 3D scan and inspection report,” said C. Martin Schuster, President and CEO of Laser Design. “Manufacturers can quickly check and confirm if the components they are making match the specifications. Ultimately, they can reduce their cost of quality.”

The CyberGage360 facilitates quality assurance by enabling any employee to be an inspector of In-Process QA and Incoming /Outgoing parts whether on the manufacturing floor, in the metrology lab or engineering environment. With a 7 micron accuracy, the system can easily replace traditional gauges and Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMMs) that are time consuming and are more complex.

CyberGage360 has a range of potential applications for aerospace, automotive, consumer electronics, medical and other verticals, where high accuracy and high-speed throughput are vital.

About Laser Design

Laser Design, Inc., a subsidiary of CyberOptics (NASDAQ: CYBE), is the premiere provider of ultra-precise 3D scanning systems and 3D measurement services. Laser Design has helped customers successfully complete their most complex inspection, analysis, and reverse engineering projects for more than 30 years. Its experienced metrologists and engineers know that today more than ever, accuracy, speed and automation give manufacturers the competitive advantage.

About CyberOptics Corporation

CyberOptics Corporation is a leading global developer and manufacturer of high precision sensing technology solutions. CyberOptics sensors are being used in general purpose metrology and 3D scanning, surface mount technology (SMT) and semiconductor markets to significantly improve yields and productivity. By leveraging its leading edge technologies, the company has strategically established itself as a global leader in high precision 3D sensors, allowing CyberOptics to further increase its penetration of its key vertical segments. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, CyberOptics conducts worldwide operations through its facilities in North America, Asia and Europe.

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