Hexagon products play a number of vital roles in the construction of one of the world’s first nuclear fusion reactors at ITER in France. In the site’s massive Assembly Hall, the direct scanning Leica Absolute Tracker ATS600 laser tracker is being used to ensure the correct alignment and construction of the nine reactor subassemblies as they are prepared for installation within the Tokamak Pit. The ability to measure with metrology-grade accuracy direct from the tracker, with no need for a probe, reflector or handheld scanner, makes the ATS600 a uniquely capable solution for this ultra-large-scale project.
Metrology-assisted assembly at the ITER nuclear fusion project
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