Stationary and mobile 3D sensors
ZEISS AIMax Inline and AIMax BestFit

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Process inspection with stationary and mobile 3D sensors

The AIMax Inline and AIMax BestFit fixed sensors from ZEISS are compact, optical 3D geometry sensors designed for industrial use with in-line measuring technology. A comprehensive technology package allows you to complete various tasks such as quality assurance, location recognition and production-control jobs, including robot guidance.

ZEISS AIMax BestFit

The optical sensor is suitable for particularly difficult-to-reach areas. It can also be used in stationary fixed sensor cells and directly on the robot. The compact size enables a large number of sensors to be integrated in a small space.

ZEISS AIMax Inline

The stationary optical 3D geometry sensor features a wide range of measuring distances and enables solutions for diverse measuring tasks, e.g. quality assurance, location recognition and production-control jobs.

Measuring features from the form & pierce area

Typical measuring features from the form & pierce area such as boreholes.

Inspect edges with ZEISS stationary optical 3D sensors.

Inspect edges with ZEISS stationary optical 3D sensors.

Applications for stationary and mobile 3D sensors

  • Inspection of assembly and welding processes
  • Extensive measuring functions
  • Precision car body construction and metalworking
  • Location recognition and positioning (parts, car bodies)
  • Component attachment (doors, windows, covers)
  • Robot guidance
  • Form & pierce

Advantages of the ZEISS AIMax Inline and ZEISS AIMax BestFit

  • Insensitivity to fluctuating ambient brightness and extraneous light through the use of special filters and matched LEDs
  • Additional integrated light sources for diffuse illumination of measurement objects
  • Easy to use and configure
  • Compact sizes
  • High temperature stability through active compensation
  • Temperature capture and the storage of calibration and temperature compensation data in the sensor
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