ShapeGrabber – high speed & precision 3D scanning

The ShapeGrabber Ai320, Ai620 & Ai820

High speed & precision 3D scanning

This lightweight range of scanners is perfect for a wide variety of uses. The benefits of the new ShapeGrabber machines include:

  • Ability to measure in a wide range of colours, textures and materials

  • Acquire up to 1.5 million data points per second

  • Ideal for reverse engineering applications, inspection and 3D printed parts

  • Fast throughput

  • Easy to use

  • Durable

  • Multiple applications

Director of Sales and Marketing at ShapeGrabber, David O’Connor said:

“ShapeGrabber systems are ideal for measuring complex shapes such as moulded plastics, castings, stampings, and machined parts that are time-consuming, costly, and difficult to measure.

“Durability on the shop floor and ROI advantages based on faster throughput and operator ease-of-use make ShapeGrabber turn-key solutions in manufacturing, quality control, rapid prototyping, and reverse engineering applications.”

The Shapegrabber Ai320 is a powerful 3D laser scannerthat can quickly capture, measure and visualise 3D objects. The Shapegrabber Ai320 has a LED light source and fast sampling rate that allows for accurate scans of complex surfaces at high speeds. It can be connected to your PC for fast and easy transfer of your scans. The combination of speed, accuracy, and flexibility make the Shapegrabber Ai320 ideal for a variety of use cases. It can make on-point measurements at the touch of a button.

The Shapegrabber Ai620’s new ultra-compact, versatile and economical 3D laser scanner is a versatile solution designed for industrial and embedded applications as well as education and R&D departments. With the ability to digitise larger objects than ever before, the Ai620 opens up endless possibilities for your business.

The Shapegrabber Ai820 is an industrial-grade 3D scanner combining laser and optics to capture 1.5 million data points per second. It is ideal for capturing high-accuracy geometry, point clouds or volume datasets of objects as large as a wheel or as small as a coin. The scanhead makes the ShapeGrabber Ai820 an ideal large capacity floor model.

Speaking of ShapeGrabber...

You can still book your place to the OGP UK Metrology Day featuring a keynote speech from Director of Sales at ShapeGrabber, David O’Connor.

With a background in industrial design, product design, development, product life cycle development, reverse engineering and rapid prototyping, David O’Connor has 20+ years of application expertise making him well-placed to discuss how 3D laser scanning can offer benefits far beyond final inspection.

With a wide range of engineering experience from GD&T to CAD/CAM; metrology to CNC machining, David can uncover the full and unique benefits of ShapeGrabber technology for multiple applications.

  • How ShapeGrabber 3D scanning can be applied to the unique challenges faced in inspection, quality control and reverse engineering
  • How ShapeGrabber can help quantify, visualise and reduce variation and errors
  • How 3D scan data is used to verify, not only individual parts, but also to verify the manufacturing process for many parts.
  • The benefits beyond precision, and how speed is a factor with data acquisition at a rate of up to 1.5 million points per second. 

OGP UK Metrology Day – Thursday 23rd March 2023

Advanced Innovation Centre, Faraday House, Foston, Derbyshire

9.30am – 4.30pm

10.45am – Director of Sales at ShapeGrabber, David O’Connor

How ShapeGrabber’s high precision 3D scanners can be applied to the unique challenges of reverse engineering, inspection, and quality control for multiple processes including additive manufacturing.