Laser Radar
APDIS MV4x0 Laser Radar
APDIS is the new generation of the Nikon Laser Radar. It introduces a new design with new benefits, whilst maintaining the inherent features that make the Laser Radar a truly unique metrology system.
The MV430 and MV450 measurement systems are used for fast, automated and non-contact inspection of objects ranging from smaller components such as a car door to complete large assemblies such as commercial aircraft. It achieves this through a unique application of a non-contact, accurate laser-based measurement technology overcoming the limitations of traditional monolithic or portable metrology systems.
APDIS BiW Measurement Systems
The APDIS IntelligentQuality Stations from Nikon provide flexible, fully automated CMM inspection systems with fast set up, high productivity, and real time quality results & analysis.
With the ability to measure over six times faster than traditional CMMs, be installed on the shop floor, and enhanced by ease of programming, the APDIS IQ stations provide unparalleled productivity, flexibility and simplicity for a CMM system. Precision measurements of features can be made without adapters, probes or coatings to high accuracy and repeatability, allowing quality control feedback quickly and easily where it’s needed.
APDIS Gap & Flush System
The APDIS Gap & Flush System from Nikon delivers a new approach to vehicle-on-wheels, moving-line inspection and quality control.
​Panel and closure gap and flush can directly impact a customer’s perception of the quality of a vehicle and brand. Reliable measurement of these features allows process feedback and quality control, but needs to be done automatically and safely whilst the vehicle is moving. This is provided by the APDIS Gap & Flush system.
APDIS in Automotive
Nikon’s APDIS Laser Radar brings absolute, accurate and fast measurement to the shop floor, allowing true process control in automotive body shops and enabling Quality 4.0.
The APDIS MV430E provides the fastest feature measurement of any Laser Radar to date, allowing inspection of critical features in the takt time of the line, or a sampling strategy to cover more features over a set of car bodies for true process control.