3D Scanner

AICON Scanner

StereoScan neo
  • - 3D scanning at the highest precision
  • - Adaptive full color projection with color and intensity control
  • - Color back projection of measurement results (e.g. CAD comparison)
  • - Short scanning times through fast digital projection
  • - Quick and easy exchange of measurement fields
  • - Maximum degree of feature accuracy thanks to highest resolution camera sensors
  • - Can be combined with a handheld probe
  • - Highest stability for scanning

Technical details

  • - Camera resolution :  2 x 8 megapixels or 2 x 16 megapixels
  • - Minimum point distance : 18 μm or 12 μm
  • - Smallest field of view : 75 mm
  • - Largest field of view : 1,100 mm
  • - Acquisition time : Minimum 1 second
  • - Sensor weight : 12 kg
  • - Dimensions (W x D x H) : 600 mm x 430 mm x 260 mm
  • - Temperature range : Operating conditions 5 °C to 45 °C, non-condensing
  • - Power supply :  AC 110/230 Volt, 50-60 Hz


3D scanning meets 3D metal printing

3D metal printing is a rapidly expanding manufacturing technology with unique strengths that open up more possibilities for flexible product development, enhanced performance, and shorter lead times. The big challenge: Relatively high costs combined with extra support structure. Since 2015, QRP applies AICON’s d-STATION for the inspection of performance-critical parts. In addition, the company has carried out a tolerance trade study with the d-STATION.

3D Quality inspection of sheet metal hole patterns and trimmings

Safety from A to D: The production of automobiles can no longer be imagined without using special struts for optimum stabilization of vehicles. In order for these metal sheet components to seamlessly integrate into the vehicle body, changes in shape as well as position and size deviations are verified with the help of three-dimensional scan data.

3D Quality inspection of turbine blades

The measuring unit ‘micrometer’ as a benchmark for product quality: The production of turbine blades for the civil as well as for the military aircraft manufacturing is determined by extremely tight shape and size tolerances. High-quality products are the defined production goal; at the same time, the manufacturing costs also play a very important role. The finished product has to be one hundred percent right, as the functionality and in particular the performance efficiency in relation to the kerosene consumption of a modern aircraft jet engine does to a great extent depend on its more than 1000 turbine blades per engine!

3D Quality assurance for rotor blades and nozzles

The rotor blades and nozzles, manufactured on the basis of highly complicated free-form surfaces, have to comply with very tight tolerance ranges; quality assurance plays a vital role in this many-layered process. Given the continuously increasing complexity of the technical components involved, tactile inspection methods however can no longer keep up with the pace, neither with regard to time nor quality.

3D Quality inspection of plastic parts

The Wirthwein AG, a well-known German manufacturer of plastic components for the automotive, railway, electronics and home appliances industries as well as for medical science products, employs a Breuckmann scanning system in order to process the recorded 3D data of their components for evaluations with respect to geometry, shape and position tolerances and CAD comparisons.

Successful process optimization in the production of forging dies

Cutting edge portable and flexible 3D digitizing technology from AICON, the naviSCAN, enables Wyman Gordon to achieve significant cost reductions in their repair procedures.

3D Quality inspection of gear transmission casings for commercial vehicles

The company ZF Friedrichshafen AG is a leading manufacturer of gear transmissions in the field of commercial vehicles, developing and producing technologies worldwide for driveline and chassis technology.

The complex gear transmission casings for commercial vehicles are made of aluminum using the method of pressure die-casting. Based on the casing created in the CAD system, die-casting molds are produced to serve as shaping molds for the casing components.

3D Quality inspection and race car dimension measurement in Formula 1™

Exciting overtaking manoeuvres, best lap times, enthusiastic fans and 
cutting edge technology on the race track: That’s Formula 1™. This is where product quality is measured in milliseconds!

To achieve exactly that, Pierluca Magaldi, Head of Quality Assurance of the Italian Formula 1™ team Toro Rosso, enters a naviSCAN into the race.

3D Quality inspection of crankcases for four-stroke engines

Highly complex engine crankcases containing components rotating up to 10.000 revolutions per minute (rpm): This is where precision down to the millimeter is required!

Quality is considered a key factor for the competitiveness and success of the company, which is why the entire production process has to comply with very high quality standards.

Optical quality control in precision casting: The third dimension of turbine wheels

Quality control as a metrological challenge: The quality of precision casting products down to the minute micrometer can only be accomplished through the components’ third dimension.

A leading manufacturer in the metal processing industry, in its 300 years of corporate history the company Zollern has developed and perfected a broad spectrum of metal treatment and processing techniques in which high standard requirements with regard to integral quality inspections have always played a significant role: Thanks to the high precision three-dimensional scan data generated by the stereoSCAN, molds, wax templates and finished cast parts are inspected with the necessary efficiency and accuracy.

3D Quality inspection of full-mold casting models

Casting molds for cylinder heads, engine blocks, camshafts, tooling parts and many more – the many different production methods applied in modern casting technology have become an integral part in the production process of the most diverse lines of industrie.

Full-mold casting (an evaporative-pattern casting process using the method of lost-foam casting) is a frequently applied method for the production of light metal cast parts as well as iron and steel cast components. For the quality of the end product, the exact pattern made of expanded polystyrene foam is of pivotal importance.

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