The Wenzel "Pheonix" 3D sensor

The new optical non-contact 3D sensor PHOENIX captures point clouds and geometry elements in one working cycle.
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Accurate results for different materials

Phoenix can recognize different textured surfaces, to diagnose defects such as scratches and even to collect barcodes for process control. The sensor detects and measures mixed materials such as carbon fiber reinforced plastics combined with aluminum and sheet metal as well as multi-colored components.

Unique functionality

The sensor is based on a combination of light projection and image processing. These methods makes it possible to measure very thin-walled components as well as surfaces.


It can be used in automatic probe changers alongside tactile sensors, so that multiple applications can be performed with a single measuring system. Applications of the Phoenix includes the automotive industry, plastic and metal sheet processing and as a tool in quality assurance, production and monitoring analysis.

The Wenzel "SHAPETRACER II" 3D laser line scanner

The Wenzel Shapetracer 2 is a CMM mounted laser line that is interchangeable with tactile Renishaw probes and suitable for full time or occasional use.
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High measuring output

Shapetracer II offers a short stand-off distance of only 90mm and a working range of 120mm. A higher tolerance on critical surface structures is attained through its blue laser line.

Various Applications

Ideal use for die making, design model construction and works on surfaces and outlines of physical objects. Suitable use mold making, prototyping, automotive, reverse engineering, verification and analysis and automation.

Effective measurement

Shapetracer II can scan black and bare metal parts. It is programmable for automatic operation. Shapetracer II is driven by the Pointmaster software package with modules for reverse engineering. By adapting it to the motorized indexing head from Renishaw, the sensor can carry a range of probes and extensions and can be orientated in 720 repeatable positions, giving access to the most difficult-to-reach workpiece features.

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