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AESUB Introduces Reusable Target Net for 3D Scanning

At Control 2023, AESUB will showcase its newly developed Target-Net, a 3D scanning net that can be reused almost indefinitely. The team will be on hand at booth 3205 to showcase its new innovation.

A network of reference points makes scanning large components such as engine hoods or vehicles faster and easier. The AESUB Target-Net is placed over the object and reference points are available over the entire area. It is an efficient alternative to previous adhesive dots.

The 1500 x 2500 millimeter net provides about 300 reference points evenly spaced at 100 millimeter intervals. The high point density enables fast scans from different perspectives.

The Target Net is suitable for metallic and non-metallic components. For metal parts, magnetic reference points ensure a secure hold. For other materials such as stone or plastic, the net is stretched or attached with optional suction cup mounts. The points “float” about 10 millimeters above the surface. Depending on the scanner, the black net threads are invisible or easily removable in the software.

Currently, the Target-Net has 6 millimeter retro-reflective reference dots. A future version will offer 3 millimeter points. Nets with non-reflective dots are also available upon request.

The handy, easily transportable Target-Net can be reused almost indefinitely. It reduces the need for consumables and minimizes the effort required to attach and remove reference dots, saving time and money. Custom sizes, such as 8000×12000 millimeters, are also available.

Discover the Target-Net at Control 2023 in Hall 3, Booth 3205.

Find out more about AESUB at aesub.com.

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