The parallel line laser is a structured light laser that can project multiple parallel laser lines. The parallel lines emitted by this laser have the advantages of thin and uniform lines, good collimation, and high stability.
Parallel line lasers are usually made of semiconductor materials and are a type of semiconductor laser. Use gratings, lenses, etc. to change the propagation path of light and emit a laser effect of parallel light. Parallel line lasers have the characteristics of high energy, high concentration and high collimation. So, what are the applications of parallel line lasers?
- Correction and comparison
With high visibility and contrast, parallel line lasers can be used in building construction to determine whether walls are vertical, level, parallel, and aligned.
- Measurement and testing
In automated production lines, quality control and precision machining processes, parallel line lasers can be used to detect and position objects to achieve precise measurement and positioning functions.
- Monitoring and positioning
Parallel line lasers can help with precise positioning during welding, cutting and other processes. It can also create an accurate three-dimensional model of the structured light system and obtain the precise position coordinate information of the target.
In actual operation, due to the different design and quality of the laser, as well as the influence of the environment, the results will also be different.