Locate objects in 3D space and quickly lock onto CAD-specified assembly positions without the need for costly tooling or optical targets
Accurately projects a 3D virtual laser template onto molds and parts to guide operators through the process of part fabrication whether it be ply layup, paint masking, final assembly or component location.
Eliminate manual measuring, marking and fitting
Part position is taken directly from CAD data and laser projected onto the workpiece for exact as-designed placement.
Reduce Templates & Storage
Decrease production expense and delays caused by using templates.
Reduce Human Error & Implement Rapid Design Changes
Eliminates differences between "as-built" and "as designed" because assemblers are always working with the most current CAD file.
Case Study: Komatsu
The Virtek® Iris™ Spatial Positioning System (Iris™ SPS) is designed for manufacturers of highly engineered, low volume, highly tooled products. Komatsu America Corp eliminated defects in assembly by 95% using Iris™ SPS.
Virtek Iris™ 3D with the NEW Vision Positioning System (VPS) significantly advances laser-guided assembly with innovative “FlashAlign” functionality and superior laser-line visibility. Initial alignment is 20X faster and re-alignments are reduced from minutes to seconds – save time, increase workflow all while retaining quality and accuracy.
The Virtek® IRIS Truss system projects a laser template of the truss to be built onto the work surface, highlighting the position and shape of all truss joints and connector plates. This eliminates the need for measuring, squaring and stringing.
Virtek Iris™ Spatial Positioning System (SPS) locates objects in 3D space and quickly locks onto CAD-specified assembly positions without the need for costly tooling or optical targets. The Iris system is compact and easy-to-use for improved productivity, quality and safety on the shop floor.
The Virtek Laser Template Generator™ (LTG) system projects a template that shows operators the exact location of all important features in each component or assembly. There’s no need to refer to blueprints or the use of a measuring tape, so even the most complicated designs can be built in minutes.