OGP SmartScope Video Multi-Sensor Systems
Today, metrology systems must exceed the demands of manufacturing. Accuracy, traceability, reliability, ease-of-use, and speed are all critical factors when specifying a metrology system. OGP offers a variety of video and multi-sensor metrology systems that accommodate parts of many sizes, in benchtop and floor models with capabilities to satisfy engineering, development, and production requirements.
Optical Gaging Products is the world leader in multi-sensor metrology and all SmartScope video and multi-sensor systems are proudly made in the USA. With an OGP SmartScope you get 3D measurement data with a single set-up, a single measurement routine, and using just one fixture saving you time and improve your productivity.
If you are new to metrology it may not be obvious what a multi-sensor system is, how it is used, or what impact it can have on your manufacturing process. All measurement systems uses at least one sensor technology. A sensor collects data points from a part to perform a measurement – it's the probe or detector that "senses" the part. Sensor technologies can be contact or non-contact. A sensor that applies pressure to a part – like the familiar touch probe – is a contact sensor. Non-contact sensors don't actually touch a part to measure it. For example, OGP SmartScope video multi-sensor systems use cameras to image a part, and then measure the image. OGP Laser scanners measure using optics and detectors to capture laser light reflected from a surface. New micro-probing technologies, such as the OGP Rainbow Probe and Feather Probe, use innovative technologies to measure very small features. Combining any of these 3D measurement sensors on a single measurement machine makes it a multi-sensor machine.
OGP SmartScope video and multi-sensor systems are an all-in-one package; you will lower your utility costs and use less floor space. Operators will only need to do one setup - saving time and money on fixtures. Operators will also only need to use one metrology software package cutting training costs and maximizing efficiency. The bottom line? By using OGP multi-sensor technology, you get more part information, which leads to improved parts and processes, and yields better quality – the quality your customers expect.
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OGP designs and produces metrology systems that use video, laser, and touch probe technologies to measure critical dimensions of manufactured parts.
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