Mentor iQ Video Probe for tiny 3D cavity scanning

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Mentor iQ Video Probe for tiny 3D cavity scanning

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Looks like this device has been around for a while, and it falls more on the smaller side of what we would normally consider a Cavity scanner.
Instead of being just a typical video probe it appears to have interchangeable tips that perform a structured light type of scan. I can imagine numerous applications for such a small device.

Mentor iQ Video Probe

youtu.be/5MmGkBif8Tw


youtu.be/yRHEl-l_HlY

I have been digging through the spec sheet in an attempt to understand accuracy, range, resolution, etc, but it that information has been hard to interpret. Does anyone have any experience with these that can shed some light on these?
https://www.bakerhughesds.com/sites/g/f ... eet_R1.pdf
I am also curious to see if the point cloud can be exported so multiple overlapping point clouds could be registered together in another piece of software.

Edit: ah-Ha I found it in the 3D measurement handbook...
CSV – Comma separated value, used for point cloud file data export. Can be opened in a CAD package.
https://www.bakerhughesds.com/sites/g/f ... ate_R2.pdf
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