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4.-7.10. 2022

International Engineering Fair

PRIMA Bilavčík, s.r.o.


3D scanning is more and more popular by companies who are looking for a fast and accurate collection of 3D data. It´s a method that brings improving and acceleration of internal procedures in modeling, simulation, visualization and inspection of manufactured parts. Using of 3D data can be divided into following areas:

  • Reverse Engineering – creating of parametric CAD model from 3D data scan;
  • Quality Control – evaluation of measurement error to ideal CAD model;
  • Design – are prototypes, loading of 3D data to different graphic programs;
  • 3D print – direct access of 3D data in 3D printers;
  • Visualization and presentation of products.


Werth Gives Insight to Multi-Material Workpieces
Multi-material workpieces are often metal and plastic components, such as assembled plug connectors. The measurement task is typically to determine the position and bend angle of the internal metal pins. In a CT measurement, however, the metal pins often cause artifacts due to beam hardening and scattered radiation. Historically these effects made the measurement of the plastic enclosure much more difficult. With Multi-Spectra-CT, Werth Messtechnik offers an innovative solution for workpieces made of multiple materials. The WinWerth® measurement software takes two CT measurements with spectra tuned to a specific material and computationally combines them into a single volume. This volume can be used to check dimensions in any desired cross section using 2D contour image processing. A patented method for local edge detection can also be used to derive a 3D point cloud for the entire workpiece. By reducing the artifacts in the volume, dimensions measured between the different materials have lower measurement uncertainty.




Date: 10 Jan 2016 09:57:00

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