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Konica Minolta Sensing’s New CL-500A
The CL-500A is Konica Minolta's first compact, lightweight illuminance spectrophotometer that can be used for the spectral evaluation of high class next generation lamps such as LEDs, OLEDs, and EL illumination. It also measures illuminance, chromaticity, color temperature and CRI (Color Rendering Index).
Konica Minolta Sensing Range 7 3D Scanner
Konica Minolta Sensing's Range 7 product overview. Showcasing the newest product offering to the world for 3D non-contact laser scanning.
Konica Minolta Sensing 3D Scanning Labs
Konica Minolta Sensing has been involved in the development and sale of 3D scanning hardware for well over a decade. Building on this experience we have created a state of the art 3D scanning lab in our Ramsey, NJ headquarters offering businesses 3D scanning, reverse engineering, and rapid prototyping services. See the Konica Minolta difference in this video.
Konica Minolta Sensing Meets Venus de Milo
Aphrodite of Milos better known as the Venus de Milo, is an ancient Greek statue and one of the most famous works of ancient Greek sculpture. Konica Minolta Sensing had an opportunity to use our Vivid series 3D non contact laser scanner to create an accurate 3D model of the statue. Our work was not only to preserve this treasure for future generations, but to also attempt to solve one of its greatest mysteries...What was the Venus de Milo's original pose?
Range7 vs. Vivid9i: Side by Side
Do you want to know if you should upgrade your VIVID 9i 3D scanner? Are you considering purchasing a new RANGE 7 scanner? If so, now is the time to upgrade or purchase our smaller, lighter, and more accurate RANGE 7. With the RANGE 7 you're getting a streamlined package that can't be found anywhere else. Watch our NEW side-by side video comparison that will help you make an informed decision.
Virtuoso 3D Laser Scanner
The Virtuoso is leading the industry in affordable 3D scanning. Starting at just $18,000, this scanner has amazing and unique features not found on any other product. The Virtuoso is the first scanner on the market that is both Mac and PC compatible, making it suitable for sculptors, graphic designers, and students, as well as industrial designers and engineers. Imagine what you could accomplish with the Virtuoso 3D scanner!
3D Scanning Workshop
3D Scanning Video Testimonial: Broncho Buster
Ed LaVarnway, Executive Director of the Frederic Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg, New York describes how he wanted to be able to offer the finest reproduction of the museums Broncho Buster casting that technology can afford. After two failed attempts, Konica Minolta’ s 3D Scanning Labs was commissioned to provide highly accurate and precise scan data using the company’s RANGE7 scanner.
Konica Minolta’s Granular Material Attachment – CR-A50 and CR-A184
The CR-A50 and CR-A184 granular material attachments are great tools for providing consistent sample presentation to the CR-400 and CM-700 series instruments. Take a look at our ALL NEW how-to video on sample preparation using the granular attachment accessory. This attachment can be used to measure powders, pastes, grain and other granular substances. The material holder helps eliminate the specimen entering the instrument head and damaging the receptor which results in inaccurate measurements.
Konica Minolta Sensing & the Food Detective
Randy Klimek of Konica Minolta Sensing appears on the Food Detective on Food Network to see if there really are any true blue foods. The CM-700 is used to measure many varies food that are thought to be blue in color.
The New CM-5 Spectrophotometer from Konica Minolta Sensing
The innovative operation of the CM-5 makes color measurement simple for everyone right from the start. The first screen after being switched on lets users select the Operation Wizard, which will guide them through making settings. Automatic calibration can be selected so that calibration is automatically performed immediately after power is switched on each time.
Despite its simple operation, the CM-5 is equipped with a full range of advanced functions for standalone operation and a large color LCD that can show data not just numerically but also on spectral graphs and color plots without the need for a separate computer. Measurements of both reflectance and transmittance are possible, and judgment of PASS/FAIL based on user-set tolerances can be performed.
Konica Minolta Sensing CM-3600 at NPE 2009
Norm Demers, Senior Applications Engineer for Konica Minolta Sensing demos the CM-3600 benchtop spectrophotometer at NPE 2009.
Konica Minolta Sensing CM-700d Spectrophotometer at NPE 2009
Norm Demers, Senior Applications Engineer for Konica Minolta Sensing demos the CM-700d spectrophotometer at NPE 2009.