27 August 1999 Design of a compact 3D laser scanner
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A design study for a compact 3D scanner, called Coplan, is presented. The Coplan is intended to be used for high speed, in-line coplanarity and shape measurement of electronic components, like Ball Grid Arrays and Surface Mount Devices. The scanner should have a scan length of at least 2 inches and a resolution of 5 micrometers in all 3 dimensions. First an analysis of two different scan schemes is made: a so-called pre-objective scheme using an F-(theta) scan lens and a post- objective scheme using a so-called banana field flattener, consisting of a convex, cylindrical hyperbolic mirror and a concave, cylindrical parabolic mirror. Secondly, an analysis of height resolution requirements for triangulation and confocal depth sensing has been made. It is concluded that for both methods of depth sensing a synchronous scheme with a 50-60 degrees detection angle in cross scan direction is required. It is shown that a post-objective scheme consisting of a banana mirror system combined with triangulation height detection offers the best solution for the optical requirements.
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Mark Geusen, Mark Geusen, Willem D. van Amstel, Willem D. van Amstel, Stefan M. B. Baumer, Stefan M. B. Baumer, Jef L. Horijon, Jef L. Horijon, "Design of a compact 3D laser scanner", Proc. SPIE 3737, Design and Engineering of Optical Systems II, (27 August 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.360015; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.360015
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