The Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center Research and Development (OMIC R&D) recently welcomed CAPTURE 3D, a ZEISS company, as a member of the collaboration, now at 41 members. Headquartered in Santa Ana, California, CAPTURE 3D is a leader in innovative optical 3D metrology solutions, including accurate blue light 3D scanners, precision photogrammetry systems, comprehensive inspection software, and high-tech automated inspection systems.
Craig Campbell, executive director of OMIC R&D said, “We are extremely excited to have CAPTURE 3D as a member. CAPTURE 3D has provided us with access to a highly flexible and accurate inspection machine with the capability to handle large part inspection. CAPTURE 3D brings a well-deserved wow factor and solid inspection delivery.”
“CAPTURE 3D is proud to support OMIC R&D by enhancing its collection of innovative solutions with our 3D metrology technologies,” said Staton Apple, western regional sales manager at CAPTURE 3D. “We immediately knew that implementing automated 3D scanning with an ATOS 5 and a ScanBox would improve the speed and accuracy of post-production inspection. Because it is so easy to use and program, the OMIC R&D staff are already experiencing the digitalization benefits this solution provides. We are driven by successes like this and are honored to be part of OMIC R&D’s digital transformation journey.”
Joshua Koch, business development manager for OMIC R&D added, “OMIC serves a diverse group of companies actively seeking solutions to their metrology challenges. When tolerances and timelines are tight, having a fast and very accurate inspection capability is invaluable. We have tested many optical metrology systems and are certain that it will be of tremendous value to OMIC R&D and the many end product manufacturers we work with every day.”
CAPTURE 3D joins forty other industry and university members in the collaboration: Absolent; ATI; AXILE; Boeing; Caron Engineering; CGTech; Cobot Team; Daimler Trucks North America; Doosan Machine Tools, Edge Technologies; Ellison Technologies; GEFERTEC; HAIMER; Hangsterfer’s Laboratories; HEIDENHAIN; Horn USA; IEMCA; IMCO; IMS Software; Kennametal; Mahr; Mastercam; Mitsubishi Materials Corporation; Oregon Institute of Technology; Oregon State University; Oregon Tool; OSG USA; Portland General Electric; Portland State University; Sandvik Coromant; Schaeffer Oil; Seco Tools; Silver Eagle Manufacturing; Sugino; Sumitomo; Thermal Modification Technologies; Tsugami/Rem Sales; Vigor; WFL Millturn Technologies; and ZOLLER.