Step One: Load the Part Tray

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ARIS fixturing doesn't require strict precision as the software makes up for physical biases. Implementing conveyor belts enhances efficiency.

Step Two: Select Tray and Start

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An operator selects a tray option and touch "Start" button to run the entire tray of parts. Then, ARIS will run the inspection automatically.

Step Three: View Part Report

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The operator on touchscreen or the manager on the website can access graphically intuitive, ANSI compliant reports with millions of data points.

Step Four: Run Trend Analysis

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Cloud analysis is available for registered users on the web portal. Users can monitor trends in data points and perform SPC(Statistical Process Control).

ARIS System Benefits

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Intuitive Interface: Load the tray, press start, and watch ARIS produce in-depth and detailed reports. View Ansi compliant reporting powered by the ARIS 3D Metrology System

Industry Proven Components:
ARIS is built from established technology in 6 axis Robotics, 3D Scanners, and Inspection Software. ARIS software integrates these modules into a powerful inspection cell

Ease of Use: No need for dedicated engineers to operate ARIS system

ARIS vs Traditional CMM

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Faster Inspection: ARIS can be up to 5 times faster than a CMM

Cost Reduction:
65%+ cost reduction over 5 years (1 ARIS system vs 1 CMM)

Higher Resolution: Millions vs tens of Data Points

Automatic Calibration: No need for dedicated engineer

Digitization: Less susceptible to temperature change and vibration

Report and Analysis Tools

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A factory operator can view graphical reports on the touch screen, while the manager can access the reports on the ARIS Cloud (ex. 3D comparison, 2D comparison, Cross section, GD&T, Wall thickness, Distance, Angle)

Managers can view the trend in test measurements, and also perform Statistical Process Control (SPC) tracking Process Capability Index (ex. Cpk, Cp)

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3D scanning: Measurement, made better and faster
By ARIS Technology April 4, 2016

It's measurement, made better and faster. 3D sensing and noncontact scanning technologies are transforming how many manufacturers gather measurement data both for machinery parts and assembled products – enabling faster and more accurate inspections and improved quality control. And in today's "lean"-obsessed manufacturing environment, the time savings and accuracy that 3D scanning promises for a variety of applications can translate into significant efficiencies for plants.

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Changes in Product Development & Implications to 3D Scanning
By ARIS Technology April 4, 2016

"The market for 3D printing in 2012, consisting of all products and services worldwide, grew 28.6% (CAGR) to $2.204 billion, according to Wohlers Report 2013. This is up from $1.714 billion in 2011, when it grew 29.4%. Growth was 24.1% in 2010. The average annual growth (CAGR) of the industry over the past 25 years is an impressive 25.4%. The report goes on to say that the CAGR was 27.4% over a three-year period (2010–2012). The 3D printing industry is expected to continue strong double-digi...

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Why Optical Inspection?
By ARIS Technology April 4, 2016

Macro Trend Towards Non-Contact Inspection: Growth of non-contact inspection is outpacing contact inspection and optical technologies are projected to replace current contact technologies

Quality and Efficiency Implications

  • Reduced Inspection Duration and Higher Inspection Rate compared to non-automated, contact inspection
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