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ZEPHYR III

Advanced 3D scanner for CMM, designed to meet growing productivity needs.

Zephyr III 3D scanner on CMM

Available with a 300mm, a 150mm or a 50mm laser line, the Zephyr III 3D scanner covers all measurement requirements on CMMs machines. It is a high-end product able to easily scan the most complex parts in record time. As a versatile product, it can be switched to measuring arm, robot and machine tool.

Zephyr III 3D scanner on CMM
Zephyr III

high quality

CMM 3D scanning

With Kreon's blue laser 3D scanners, scanning parts is optimal regardless of their dimensions, appearance, or material. In fact, the mesh generated from the 3D scanning is dense and accurate, perfectly reflecting the real part. Kreon's 3D scanners generate ideal data for applications such as 3D measurement or reverse engineering.
Scanning on CMMs, global solution with 3D scanner and metrology software

automated 3d scanning on CMM

Save time, reduce costs, analyze data.

  • Operate offline programing to avoid collision and production shutdown.
  • Gain time by scanning and probing continuously thanks to the probe under the Kreon scanner.
  • Use PH10 motorised indexing heads (T,M and MQ) to control all the faces of the part. Automatically calibrate the scanner positions onto the indexing head.
  • Compatibility with ACR3 auto-change rack to easily switch between Kreon Zephyr III scanner and specific probe.
  • Use the statistical data analysis from 3D measurements to improve your processes.
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High Speed

3D scanning of a car

High productivity scanning

  • Less scan passes with up to 300 mm laser line width*
  • Faster movement of the 3D scanner assured by the high frequency
  • Acquisition speed of 600,000 points/sec*, allowing to quickly get the dense point cloud.

High Resolution

High resolution scanning of a hand with visible fingerprints

Acquisition of the tiniest details

  • 2,000 points per laser line*
  • High resolution level of 15 µm*

High Accuracy

3D scanning of a part to mesh to color mapping

Keep a high quality level

  • Optimal accuracy up to 5 µm, even on shiny reflective surfaces, due to blue laser fineness
  • Temperature compensation of the 3D scanner to avoid pre-heating and to maintain a constant accuracy

Performance and comfort are in the details

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Zephyr III range

Three ZEPHYR III 3D scanners to choose the configuration best suited to the application needs

ZEPHYR III
50

Zephyr III 50 3D scanner

The most accurate

Zephyr III 50 3D scanner is dedicated to high accuracy and high resolution scanning on small geometries. No detail can escape it: engraving, drilling, part edge, grooves, etc.

Graphic textZephyr III 50 3D scanner graphic for specifications

ZEPHYR III
150

Zephyr III 50 3D scanner

The most agile

The perfect combination between accuracy and productivity. An optimal balance for all applications, whether dimensional control or reverse engineering.

Graphic textZephyr III 150 3D scanner graphic for specifications

ZEPHYR III
300

3D scanner Zephyr III 300 from Kreon

The fastest

With a 300 mm laser line, it scans large size parts in record time. Ideal for full surface inspection: deformation, assembly, wear, etc.

Graphic textZephyr III 300 3D scanner graphic for specifications

3D scanner versatility

Kreon's integration expertise also enables KREON measuring arms, CMMs, robots and machine tools to benefit from the Zephyr III's scanning performance.
Versatility of the Zephyr III 3D scanner

Always the best measurement results

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All Kreon 3D scanners are validated in accordance with ISO 10360-08 standard.

Faithful to their specifications, Kreon 3D scanners can easily be integrated into a rigorous quality approach.

Learn more about ISO 10360-08 testing.

ZEphyr III specifications
Zephyr III specifications
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technical specifications

Zephyr III 50 Zephyr III 150 Zephyr III 300
Max scanning speed 600.000 pts/sec 600.000 pts/sec 600.000 pts/sec
MPE (P[Size.Sph.All:Tr:ODS])
Maximum size error on all measured points (translation mode).
This test determines the scanning error when measuring a dimension. Carried out on a reference sphere, it gives the difference between the diameter measured by the scanner (deduced by the least squares method from all points scanned) and the actual diameter of the sphere scanned. The closer the result is to 0, the more accurate the scanner when measuring the size of geometric shapes.
5 µm 14 µm 26 µm
MPL (P[Form.Sph.D95%:Tr:ODS]) (2σ)
Maximum dispersion value on 95% of the measured points on a sphere (translation mode)
This test determines the distribution of points on a scanned surface (Fig. 1.2). It can be used to assess measurement noise. Carried out on a calibrated sphere, it draws an envelope round the sphere (like a shell) covering 95% of scanned points (2 σ). For the test result, the thickness of the shell is divided by two as it is expressed at +/-2 σ. The closer the value to zero, the less noisy the point cloud.
8 µm 15 µm 29 µm
MPL (P[Form.Pla.D95%:Tr:ODS]) (2σ)
Maximum dispersion value on 95% of the measured points on a plane (translation mode)
This test complements the preceding one while applying the same principles. Here the laser line is tested in its entirety and not partially as on the sphere. Measuring noise is determined based on a plane rather than a sphere. The test covers 95% of scanned points between two parallel planes. For the test result, the distance between these two planes is divided by two as it is expressed at +/-2 σ. The closer the value to zero, the less noisy the point cloud.
10 µm 20 µm 34 µm
Max laser line width 50 mm 150 mm 300 mm
Max frequency 300 Hz 300 Hz 300 Hz
Laser line color Blue 2M Blue 2M Blue 2M
Line resolution 15 µm 50 µm 50 µm
Stand-off distance 95 mm 85 mm 100 µm
Field of view 40 mm 110 mm 135 mm
Temperature compensation Yes Yes Yes