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Innovative High-End Sensor for 3D Digitalization Offers Previously Unobtainable Level of Precision

Steinbichler Optotechnik, a leading provider of optic measuring and sensor technology, will be introducing the new COMET 6 16M high-end sensor for 3D digitalization. "The extremely innovative sensor concept of the STEINBICHLER COMET 6 16M combines the latest technology with ergonomics and a compact design, which provides the greatest flexibility and precision for challenging tasks", explained Herbert Daxauer, 3D Digitalization Product Manager. "Thanks to the 16 megapixel camera, the high-resolution sensor offers a previously unobtainable level of precision for the digitalization of delicate objects for uses requiring an extraordinary amount of detail."

The unique concept of the STEINBICHLER COMET 6 16 M is based on a modular structure with the tried-and-tested single-camera technology so that the measurement field size can be quickly adapted to the measuring task at hand. The compact sensor design and new handling system guarantee maximum user friendliness and ergonomic operation. The sensor can be adjusted particularly easily, precisely and quickly -- allowing the user to operate the system intuitively and conveniently.

In addition, the STEINBICHLER COMET 6 16M is extremely flexible, enabling the user to choose between high-resolution and maximum speed at any time and thus optimum performance for the application. The low working distance even with large measuring fields enables simple, time-saving handling, especially in confined spaces. The ability to simply and quickly change the measurement field makes it easy to adapt the system to the broadest range of objects and uses.

One core element of the STEINBICHLER COMET 6 16 M is the new projection unit, which is distinguished by an extremely bright LED technology and an innovative projection lens. The adaptive projection integrated in the sensor enables adaptation of the projected light to the respective object surface. Undesired effects, such as glare, are thereby minimized.

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