ATOS

ScanBox Series 5

Mobile Measuring System for Parts up to a Size of 2000 mm

ATOS ScanBox Series 5

ATOS ScanBox 5108

The ATOS ScanBox 5108 can be used for inspecting parts up to a size of 800 mm. Due to the small dimensions of the ATOS ScanBox, the system is often used by manufac­turers of turbines, fans, blisks and cast housings. In airfoil inspections, this model can be used for measuring sharp radii in positions and contours with a detail resolution of more than 20 measuring points per millimeter.

ATOS ScanBox 5120

As parts of up to 2000 mm in size can be easily measured with the ATOS ScanBox 5120, this model is mainly used for larger parts, such as interior components of vehicles. However, the ATOS ScanBox 5120 has also proven its efficiency in casting and forging applications such as the inspection of cast parts, sand cores and models.

ATOS ScanBox 5108ATOS ScanBox 5120
Dimensions2000 × 2550 × 2700 mm³3300 × 3300 × 2700 mm³
Power supply200–500 V (3-phase, 16 A)200–500 V (3-phase, 16 A)
Max. part sizeØ 800 mmØ 2000 mm
Max. part weight300 kg500 kg
EntrySliding door with safety switchSliding door with safety switch
Opening width800 mm1400 mm
Floor mounting or fixingNot requiredNot required
Loading conceptManualManual, transport cart, pallet truck
Sensor compatibilityATOS Capsule, ATOS Triple Scan, ATOS 5ATOS Capsule, ATOS Triple Scan, ATOS 5

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Technology

Inspection integrated into production

For an even higher throughput, the ATOS ScanBox 5108 can be extended by an automated handling system and a pro­grammable logic controller (PLC). The ATOS ScanBox with Batch Processing System enables unmanned loading and unloading and an automated measurement and in­spection according to the inspection plan – for example, for electrode production or quality assurance of turbine blades. This way, manual interventions are reduced and long machining times are guaranteed.

Module system for robot and rotation table

In addition to the robot and the rotation table, the entire control, safety and power electronics system is located in or on the modules, which are the size of a Euro pallet and which can be easily moved with a pallet truck. The industrial robot used enables an internal cable rout­ing. This ensures that the robot paths computed by Auto Teaching do not lead to a jamming or stretching of the sensor cables. The machine housing is constructed around the modules. This ensures occupational safety in accor­dance with the Machinery Directive.

Mobility

The series 5 machines are designed in such a way that they can be assembled and dismantled within one day. As no floor anchors are required and transporta­tion is by truck, they can be quickly and easily transported from one location to another.

Sensor Technology

ATOS sensors provide full-field 3D coordinates for each individual measurement. Within a few seconds, up to 16 million independent measuring points are captured per scan. As a result, the measuring data is characterized by very high detailed reproduction, thereby enabling very small component features to be measured.

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ATOS Professional VMR Software – Virtual Measuring Room (VMR)


The virtual measuring room is the central control station and measurement planning software for all elements of the ATOS measuring cells. It offers the functional representation of a real measurement environment in a virtual simulation. Thanks to the VMR, the user can work with the system without requiring specific robot programming skills. All robot movements are simulated and checked for safety before being performed in the actual environment.

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