26th April 2016 - Basis Software Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of Surphaser Ultra Short Range model 75 (USR) at Control 2016 exhibition (April 26-29). Model 75 is sharing the form factor with just released Surphaser 10 joining the family of smallest and lightest of Surphaser scanners to date. Driven by user demand for high precision scanning at short distances Surphaser 75 gives users the ability to quickly collect high accuracy, high resolution data starting as close as at 25cm (<1ft). Unique combination of small-sized hemispherical scanner, low noise, and close range allows users to scan with high precision in close proximity and in tight spaces. Small weight (less than 5 kg with battery), built-in camera with automated colour mapping, built-in PC and internal battery make it a very portable, highly versatile device that can be used in many applications. The new model Surphaser 75 USR is being marketed for automotive, oil and electric industries, shipbuilding, airspace.
Peter Petrov, President at Basis Software “Surphaser scanners are well known for producing high accuracy data sets with ultra-low noise levels. With spot size of 0.7mm and noise levels as low as 0.025mm the new model Surphaser 75 takes it to the new level of high accuracy and resolution.”
Model 75 is available for ordering immediately from Surphaser and Surphaser authorised distributors.
To find out more visit the Surphaser at Hall 3, Booth 3521 at Control 2016, April 26th - 29th.
About Basis Software Inc.
“Basis Software, Inc. manufactures and markets its own line of light-weight and compact Surphaser 3D laser scanners and also supplies OEM products for laser scanner manufacturers. Known for its unsurpassed accuracy, scan quality, and speed Surphaser line provides sub-millimeter accuracy in both short-range and medium-range models. Ideal for use in reverse engineering, dimensional control, entertainment industry, historical preservation, architecture, BIM, and forensics. Basis products are deployed worldwide, delivering unparalleled precision and value in 3D scanning. www.surphaser.com