Lake Forest, CA — Roland ASD’s new LPX-60 reverse engineering solution dramatically improves the 3D-Scan-to-CAD process, boosting quality and productivity.
With the touch of a button, the LPX-60 reverse engineering solution generates detailed models with a 0.008-inch resolution. The LPX-60 automatically scans, aligns, merges planes, fills holes, and decimates 3D models. It then exports complex organic shapes in point cloud, STL, PIX and 3DM data formats.
The LPX-60 joins the upgraded Roland LPX-600 3D laser scanner, which can now also export complex organic shapes in point cloud, STL, PIX and 3DM data formats. The LPX-600 scans objects up to 16 inches tall and 10 inches in diameter, while the LPX-60 scans objects up to 12 inches tall and eight inches in diameter. Both are ideal for consumer products, packaging, jewelry, and a host of biomedical applications.
“Roland LPX-60 and LPX-600 create excellent reference geometry for SolidWorks users,” said Efrat Ravid, solution partner program manager of SolidWorks® Corporation. “Their highly automated scanning solution combined with the new SolidWorks Office 2007 Premium ability to import and work with scan data significantly boosts productivity for our customers.”
“Roland’s automated workflow can save SolidWorks® users two to five hours per scanned object,” said Pedro Gonzalez, Roland ASD 3D applications engineer. “SolidWorks users will be able to spend more time designing and significantly less time cleaning up scanned data.”
The LPX-60 has a list price of $7,995. The LPX-600 has a list price of $11,995. Leasing options are available for all Roland products.
SolidWorks® 2007 Office Premium
SolidWorks® 2007 Office Premium software offers design teams unprecedented opportunities to work faster and smarter in the quest for better products. It offers more than 200 new features, including a Mesh Prep Wizard and Surface Wizard that enables designers to quickly work with their scan data within SolidWorks. SolidWorks Premium also comes with ScanTo3D — an indispensable tool for any designer who needs to capture physical concept models, existing OEM parts, or anatomical objects and use these scanned renditions to build SolidWorks models.
Roland Advanced Solutions Division
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