Fast, Repeatable, 3D Surface Inspection
GelSight is a portable, non-destructive elastomeric 3D imaging system for any surface.
GelSight Mobile™ Measurement of Hole Diameters
Get more information on the experiments designed to quantify the performance of the GelSight Mobile system on measuring hole diameters.
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Use our portable 3D imaging system to improve quality control processes.
GelSight develops portable, non-destructive elastomeric 3D imaging systems used to improve quality control processes in aerospace, automotive and other high-value industries. Our proprietary technology provides extremely detailed and rapid surface measurements through an elastomeric sensor technology invented at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
GelSight Mobile™ is a handheld instrument that precisely visualizes and measures the 3D topography of any surface, revealing microscopic structures that are difficult to see under ordinary circumstances. The tool can be used on any surface, including metal or glass, due to GelSight’s elastomeric sensor.
3D measurements and data file provided within seconds of capture
Ergonomic, easy-to-use for immediate data in the field or on factory floor
Incredibly detailed and reliable micron-level 3D measurements
Measure any material (metal, glass, carbon fiber) or surface (reflective, transparent)
High-accuracy quantitative 3D data for entire surface vs. depth gauge or 2D profilometer
Easy, immediate, and repeatable results vs. laborious or time-consuming processes can be conducted in situ without destruction of disassembly to send off-site
Works with reflective and transparent surfaces, such as metal or glass
Reduces waste/scrap and non-quality costs
Decreases capital need for inventory
Improves throughput/productivity for high-cost parts. Enhances documentation/audit trail of data for later reference
How it Works
The elastomeric sensor conforms to the surface topography, revealing detailed surface features regardless of lighting conditions or material reflectivity, e.g., specularity or translucency.
The surface detail is displayed on contact, giving instant visual feedback.
The 3D depth map is calculated from images of the surface, providing position, depth, and other derived surface measurements at a high resolution.
The gel can feel the detail of any surface on contact.