Automotive

Automotive Application

Car designers and production engineers work together to achieve the perfect design of a car, which requires a harmonized combination of aesthetics and functional requirements. Generally, it takes several years to turn a design concept of a new car model into an actual product available to the market.

A wide range of EMOs and automotive part suppliers are involved in designing, developing, and manufacturing motor vehicles. They are meeting the challenge of designing cars in a short amount of time to meet the fast-paced growth of the market. Cutting-edge technologies, including 3D scanning, are what they seek to reform the automotive industry.

Scantech allows automakers to tap into their potential to the full by capturing full-field and accurate 3D data of automotive parts with our high-precision 3D scanners and automated 3D measurement solutions. It is a way for them to accelerate product development and streamline workflows of inspections. It helps them to yield enormous benefits in quality and efficiency.

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Product Development

Understanding future vehicles and seeking inspiration is the first step to developing a new car. Generally, design ideas are presented in hand-drawn sketches that are converted into 3D models. With our advanced 3D laser scanners, engineers can easily and quickly acquire 3D data of workpieces to build a 3D model ready for further design.

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Inspection

Scantech allows automotive manufacturers to capture full-field data of parts and generate inspection reports, which is helpful for dimensional inspection of complex objects and curvature surfaces. It can help you to ensure that the goods supplied and manufactured can meet agreed-upon requirements so that no issues arise during the assembly.

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Automated 3D Measurement

In the automotive industry, sheet metal parts, especially stamping parts, are widely used. Every minute, thousands of stamping parts are produced. Inspection of stamping parts at the right time and in the right manner is crucial to ensuring high-quality manufacturing. In the highly competitive automotive industry, it is a way for automobile manufacturers to maintain an edge over competitors.

Guarantee the Quality with 3D Metrology Solutions

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Carlight

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Grille

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Engine Pipe

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Stamping Part

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Car Seat

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Foot Pad

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Paint Protection Film

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Body-in-white

Guarantee the Quality with 3D Metrology Solutions

Scantech’s 3D scanners support on-site and non-contact measurement, efficiently delivering precise measurement data. These 3D scanners can be used for off-line, near-line, or in-line measurements. Through an advanced algorithm, our devices scan and generate real-time point clouds using blue lasers. With a variety of scanning angles, users can capture data deep within the gap or along the edge of the parts. The data from white-in-body and sub-assemblies that have been scanned can be stored digitally. Having complete inspection data allows users to identify issues that cannot be detected during the early stage.

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Inspection of Car Body

In order to assemble a car correctly, the body-in-white must be carefully inspected to ensure the parts are matched and that the connecting features are aligned correctly. Automotive assembly lines have hundreds of inspection points, including in-process monitoring, subassembly monitoring, and critical inspection of many points on the assembled body-in-white. Complex features to be inspected include surfaces, holes, slots, nuts, and studs, which vary in materials and colors. Scantech’s handheld 3D scanner doesn’t require rigid measurement setup and can handle various inspection tasks. Critical parameters can be easily obtained for a wide range of uses.

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Automotive Gap & Flush Inspection

A car that is less aerodynamically designed is more prone to wind noises. The manufacturer must identify the hidden reasons to ensure a smooth and quiet ride for further customers. By tracing the data captured by a 3D scanner, automakers can analyze the dimensions of the door surface and gaps between doors and mounted vehicle bodies. Scantech’s lightweight 3D scanner KSCAN-Magic is equipped with five working modes, including large area scanning and superfine scanning. By conducting on-site inspections, technicians can obtain the 3D data, verify possible reasons and identify problems quickly.

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Supplier Quality Assurance

Automakers rely on suppliers to provide high-quality and customized products in manufacturing. Supplier quality engineers traveled back and forth between supplier locations to survey quality systems. Scantech’s portable and handheld 3D scanners KSCAN-Magic can conduct on-site inspections under harsh conditions. It can easily capture data on complex surfaces and narrow spaces with an accuracy of up to 0.020 mm. Our 3D scanners are trusted solutions to guarantee internal quality controls.

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Automated Inspection of Stamping Parts

We provide customers with customized automated 3D inspection solutions. Automated optical tracking measurement technology enables engineers to perform non-contact measurements without sticking markers. In this way, we minimize preparation time for scanning and avoid potential damage to the workpiece. With our in-house developed AutoScan-T, we can inspect and analyze surface deviation, hole diameter, hole position, hole-to-hole distance, boundary, and gauge of its stamping parts. Thanks to the portability and robust performance, Scantech’s automated 3D measurement system can support efficient and full-field geometry acquisition.

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Car Modification

Automotive Interior Customization Applications for automotive interior customization include fit-outs of van interiors, development of accessories such as car floor mats, seat covers, screens for dashboards, navigation, audio, etc. Our 3D laser scanners conduct non-contact 3D measurements not limited by different shapes and angles. The scanning rate of our 3D scanners can reach a million times per second. The complete data our 3D scanners deliver can serve as a precise basis for further design of the center console, seat, and mat floor.

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Traditional Gauge VS Scantech’s 3D Scanner

Traditional Inspection Gauge

● Limited data collection

● Non-repeatable measurement results

● Time-consuming

● Large footprint required to store tools

Scantech’s Handheld 3D Scanner

● No rigid setup required

● Fast measurement

● Full-field data collection

● Immune to plant floor vibrations

● Faster calculation

● Intuitive Reports

Reverse Engineering

Reverse engineering is the process of analyzing a finished product to understand how it was made. Once all of the individual parts and processes that make up the product are understood, they can be reproduced using less expensive methods.

Our industrial 3D scanners can help create 3D drawings of various aircraft components with intricate details and complex geometric features. They enable users to obtain data from finished parts for further design and updates when the original drawings aren’t available.

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3D Printing

3D printing are widely applied in aspects of prototyping to the production of end-use parts in aerospace industry. It could be used to improve and streamline aerospace manufacturing.

Product designers and engineers use Scantech’s 3D laser scanners to scan small-to-large-scale objects to create precise and printable 3D models. Users easily capture the geometric features of objects with intricate details to streamlines the complicated 3D reconstruction process.

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Inspection

Quality assurance in the aerospace industry is essential to ensure flight safety, which refers to the process of supervising the equipment and systems to meet the standard requirements and compliance regulations in the aerospace sector. Failure of quality control can lead to severe consequences.

When it comes to scanning for inspection of manufactured pars, Scantech’s handheld and portable 3D scanners bring security by precisely and efficiently capturing the data of parts. Manufacturers can compare the point clouds against the original CAD model to determine deviations to obtain benefits of higher efficiency, reduced costs, and shorter cycle time.

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