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Affordable and user-friendly, the HP-L-8.9 laser scanner is ideal for customers who want to expand their metrology potential by adding portable point-cloud measurement to their arsenal.
- Product benchmarking
- Automotive and aerospace seating
- Product design and styling
- Casting and forging
- Jigs and fixtures
- Archaeology and cultural heritage
- Development of aftermarket components
- Reverse engineering
- Maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO)
- Virtual assembly
- 3D printing and rapid prototyping
The HP-L-8.9 laser scanner simply plugs into the Absolute Arm and measures, enabling operators to become proficient with minimal training. A long stand-off distance gives the sensor excellent vision when measuring cavities, while the totally new range finder concept guides users to the ideal measurement position. Available as a turnkey solution with any 6-axis Absolute Arm (including the 71, 73 and 75 series models) or as a retrofit that can quickly be installed on an existing unit, the HP-L-8.9 brings high-speed non-contact scanning to a new generation of users.
Features & benefitsCombines non-contact and tactile measurement
The HP-L-8.9 laser scanner and touch probes can be swapped on the fly with scan data and probe measurements saved in the same software session, so users always have the right measurement tool available for the job.
Automatic repeatable sensor recognition
The HP-L-8.9 laser scanner is instantly detected by the Absolute Arm's intelligent and totally repeatable probe recognition system, enabling operators to switch between touch probes and the HP-L-8.9 without performing any calibrations.
Integrated range finder
A built-in range finder makes it easy to find the correct distance between the sensor and the surface being measured, minimising training requirements and ensuring that equipment operators are productive in the shortest possible time.
Long stand-off distance
With a 90 mm stand-off distance, the HP-L-8.9 laser scanner is ideal for measuring recesses and cavities that are difficult to access and measure accurately using tactile probing methods.
Scans even challenging surface types
Non-contact inspection enables accurate measurement of complex shapes and malleable or fragile surfaces. The proven laser scanning technology of the HP-L-8.9 can also scan surfaces that are typically difficult for scanners, like carbon fibre or black leather, with no surface preparation required.
No markers required
Thanks to the absolute encoders of the Absolute Arm, reference markers are not required prior to measurement. Simply mount the system, and you are ready to measure.
Compatible with all major portable scanning software
The HP-L-8.9 is compatible with all the major software packages supported by the Absolute Arm range, ensuring that it can be seamlessly integrated into existing systems without the need for user training on additional software packages.