Hexagon Metrology has released the Leica Absolute Tracker AT960, a walk-around coordinate measuring machine (CMM) that fits in a single flight case. The company also launched the Leica Absolute Tracker AT930 system, which offers similar functionalities.
The AT960 has high-speed dynamics and six degrees of freedom capabilities. It also has a variety of Leica laser tracker accessories built into the device, measuring to a Leica T-Probe, Leica T-Scan or reflector directly out of the box. It is also equipped with a hot-swap battery function and is IP54 certified.
The AT930 enables users to have a portable 3D scanning solution with unprecedented dynamic capabilities and real-time operation, the company states.
“The new AT960 and AT930 laser trackers feature the latest electronics and optical technologies. Leveraging the recent developments of PowerLock, absolute interferometry and optical miniaturization we are able to release next generation portable products based on proven features,” said Duncan Redgewell, general manager, Leica metrology products. “The AT960 and AT930 replace the hugely-successful AT901 and T-Cam products and complement the basic Leica Absolute Tracker AT402. We now offer the most complete and modern range of laser trackers available on the market, giving our customers the opportunity to choose the right equipment for their specific needs.”
For more information, visit Hexagon Metrology.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.