Nikon Metrology - K-Scan MMDxwalkaround Scanning
Nikon Metrology - K-Scan MMDxwalkaround Scanning Portable CMM Dimensional Metrology System Malaysia, Selangor, Kuala Lumpur (KL) Supplier, Suppliers, Supply, Supplies | Obsnap Instruments Sdn Bhd

K-Scan MMDx is Nikon Metrology's walk-around laser scanner for portable metrology applications. The MMDx scanner is renowned for its accuracy, easy-to-use and stunning performance. The scanner is tracked by the K-Series Optical CMM, so that operators can take scans anywhere needed. K-Scan MMDx is the ultimate tool for accurate part-to-CAD inspection and productive reverse engineering. It combines the accuracy and productivity of the MMDx laser scanner with the operator freedom, measurement volume and motion compensation of the K-Series Optical CMM.

Key benefits

  • Measure anywhere
  • Effortless handling by ergonomic design
  • High scanning throughput
  • Superior accuracy
  • Wide range of applications

  • Full freedom scanning of large objects: Automotive components of any size, complete vehicles
  • On-site measurement applications
  • Part-to-CAD inspection
  • Scanning for reverse engineering


    K-Scan MMDx100 K-Scan MMDx200
Measurement area Maximum stripe width 100 mm 200 mm
Depth of Field 100 mm 150 mm
Stand-off 85 mm 95 mm
Measurement performance Sensor accuracy1 10 µm (1σ) 16 µm (1σ)
Minimum point spacing 65 µm 115 µm
Full FoV frame rate 50 Hz 60 Hz
Maximum frame rate 150 Hz
Maximum points per stripe 1000
Enhanced Sensor Performance ESP3 (laser intensity optimized for every point)
Thermal compensation Yes
Physical characteristics Operating temperature 10 °C to 35 °C
Laser Class 2 (660 nm)
Dimensions 250 mm x 220 mm x 210 mm
Weight 1200 g
Cable length to controller 9 m
Number of LEDs 36
Software compatibility Nikon Metrology Focus Scan Handheld & Inspection
3rd party software including PolyWorks®, Geomagic® & Metrolog

1Sensor accuracy indicates the performance of the laser scanner independent of localizer. The test is performed by scanning a highly accurate reference plate in four different orientations throughout the entire field of view of the sensor. For every point in each scan, the residual distance is calculated to a least-squares fitted plane. The result of the test is the worst case 1 sigma value of the residual deviations of the four scans.
Weights and dimensions are approximate.

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