At Q-Tech Roding, we have made it our vision to be indispensable for the products of the future, we are fully committed to this vision. With highly qualified personnel, the latest instruments, the most modern software and constant investment in our team and technology, we are working every day to make this vision a reality.
In this article, we would like to give you a brief overview of our most important measurement techniques, which our measurement experts perform for you.
CT measurement has always been a very important part of our portfolio. Back then, our managing director, Ludwig Kerscher, founded the company Q-Tech Roding with this then revolutionary measuring technology. The special feature of this surveying technology is the non-destructive analysis of an entire component.
Even a look inside the component is possible with our CT technology. We work exclusively with computer tomopraphs of the highest standard from leading manufacturers.
There are no clamping or probing forces acting on the components that could falsify the measurement results. After the scan, you receive the data either as volume data, e.g. in RAW format, or triangulated surface files, e.g. as STL files. Our measurement experts do not leave you alone with this data. Together, we evaluate them and thus ensure that your prototype is ready for series production much faster thanks to the most accurate measurement technology.
In addition to the classic measurement of the workpiece, this measurement technology can also be used to detect cracks and blowholes that cannot be found with other methods. This method is also possible for the smallest components.
At Q-Tech Roding, we use optical 3D digitizing, or 3D scanning as it is often referred to, to measure the three-dimensional geometries of components and digitize them. There are virtually no limits to the size of the component. Thus, both very large and very small components can be measured with the help of optical 3D digitization.
Optical 3D measurement also makes it possible to measure directly at your site. In this way, our measurement experts come directly to you and help you digitize your product and thus bring prototypes to series maturity more quickly or further optimize series components.
The optical 3D measurement is flexible and variable. No probing forces act on the component, which enables more accurate measurement. Our state-of-the-art measuring equipment consists of a 3D strip light scanner that captures high-resolution images and thus precisely maps even the very finest structures and edges.
A false color comparison, for example, can very quickly determine whether the component to be measured complies with the specifications or deviates from them. Optical 3D measurement is used in prototype construction, in quality assurance, but also in product development and production, where it complements tactile measurements in particular.
Strictly speaking, reverse engineering is not a measurement service, but a combination of various measurement techniques, intelligent software and years of experience. With reverse engineering, we can create precise CAD data for finished components. We use both computed tomography and optical 3D measurement technology.
The digitized component does not have to be destroyed in the process. We can supply real data of the component, but also idealized data. We can supply real data of the component, but also idealized data.
With the help of ZEISS reverse engineering software, data for your tool correction can be determined immediately. This saves a large number of correction loops and gets your product ready for series production much faster and more efficiently.
Request your industrial measurement for your prototype, tool or production part now from the measurement experts at Q-Tech Roding.