Phase Vision’s new developments of its Quartz optical scanners, and ever broader application experience gained over the past decade, allows it to offer non-contact 3D measurement solutions with unique levels of capability.
The Phase Vision Quartz range has always delivered a powerful combination of measurement envelope, accuracy and data acquisition speed, all in a system package which is truly shopfloor capable for a wide range of industrial applications. Quartz scanners are now available in a range of custom industrial user packages, including contract measurement (either on-site or at Phase Vision’s Loughborough inspection facility), system hire (complete with full training support) and installed system solutions.
The latest product range boasts new technical features following the incorporation of new software tools which deliver an even easier to use data analysis toolkit, for both shopfloor inspection and reverse engineering applications.
Ever increasing experience of successful measurement applications is driving Phase Vision’s product range into new industry areas each month. Ever more aerospace and automotive users are enjoying the benefits of Quartz technology, with new application areas also emerging within the offshore, energy and materials engineering sectors. The flexibility of the Quartz scanner is a key factor in the breadth of its applications coverage, including such materials as composites which have proven difficult for earlier optical measurement technologies.
“As a small team that’s always on the go, we can’t possibly have everything always at hand for network troubleshooting,” said Tony Peffley, systems and network administrator for Elkhart County in Indiana. “At least, that’s what I thought until I tried the OneTouch AT. All I can say is ‘wow’ – it really covers everything from basic cable testing to overall network performance on wired, wireless and fiber. So no matter what we face we’re ready.”
According to Fluke Networks’ vice president of the enterprise network analysis business, Gary Ger, that is exactly the kind of response the Fluke Networks’ innovation team had in mind when designing the OneTouch AT tester. “Connectivity and performance problems can hide in a variety of places throughout the network, and today’s frontline technician cannot be an expert in them all. When a trouble ticket is submitted, most organizations deploy a technician to fix the problem, but many do not have standardized testing processes, and today’s tools can be complex and time consuming,” Ger said. “The automated OneTouch AT was specifically designed to address these challenges, saving an organization, on average, approximately one man-week of troubleshooting each month.4“