ATOS Q is reliable and versatile and therefore perfectly suited for complex measurement and inspection tasks. The compact system meets high metrological demands.
In almost all industries, ATOS sensors have established themselves as optical 3D measuring systems. Their success is based on precise optoelectronics, robust sensor design and powerful software. ATOS Q takes this success story further: The sensor perfects the triad of design, technology and performance. The result: a versatile and compact system with real ATOS DNA.
ATOS Q is specifically developed for industry use and delivers fully traceable measurement results—even under harsh conditions. The optical and electronic systems of the robust, optical 3D sensor are dustproof and splashproof, making all ATOS Q sensors ideally suited for the move from the measuring room to the shop floor. Users will appreciate the ATOS Q sensor because of its simple and convenient operation.
ATOS Q captures quality information quickly and with a high degree of detail, providing a reliable basis to easily interpret this information. Its Triple Scan Principle offers advantages for measuring reflective surfaces and objects with indentations. The Blue Light Equalizer increases the brightness of the light source and transfers uniform, speckle-free light to the projection unit.
Thanks to the Blue Light Equalizer and fast data processing, ATOS Q impresses with an outstanding performance. The Blue Light Equalizer enables high-speed fringe projection and is so powerful that even on uncooperative surfaces short measuring times can be achieved. Industrial ports with fiber optic cables and robust plug-in connections allow for high data throughput.
Precise fringe patterns are projected onto the surface of the object and are captured by two cameras based on the stereo camera principle. GOM’s projection technology works with narrow-band blue light, which means that interfering ambient light can be filtered out during image acquisition.
The compact ATOS Q sensor is very versatile. It solves complex measurement and inspection tasks in manual, semiautomated or fully automated operation in the ATOS ScanBox 4105.
ATOS Q is available in the 12M and 8M versions. The sensors capture up to 2 × 12 million or 2 × 8 million coordinate points during scanning. The precision, the resolution and the measuring area size can be freely defined.
|ATOS Q 8M||ATOS Q 12M|
|Points per scan||8 million||12 million|
|Measuring area [mm²]||100 × 70 – 500 × 370||100 × 70 – 500 × 370|
|Point distance [mm]||0.04 – 0.15||0.03 – 0.12|
|Working distance [mm]||490||490|
|Weight||approx. 4 kg||approx. 4 kg|
|Dimensions||approx. 340 mm x 240 mm x 83 mm||approx. 340 mm x 240 mm x 83 mm|
|Cable length||10 m fiber optic cable||10 m fiber optic cable|
|Operating system||Windows 10||Windows 10|
|Measuring volumes||100, 170, 270, 350, 500||100, 170, 270, 350, 500|
ATOS Q is designed as a flexible 3D scanner for complex measurement and inspection tasks in different industries. Interchangeable lenses ensure high-precision measurements of small to medium-sized parts. Changing from the smallest to the largest measuring volume is easy thanks to the fixed camera position.
of additively manufactured parts
of plastic and injection-molded parts
in sand casting, pressure die casting and investment casting processes
in punching, bending, drawing, pressing, and forming process chains