Laser positioning is an application technology that uses laser beams to assist positioning without contact. It usually uses a laser to emit laser spots of different shapes, and uses the position and shape of the spot to assist measurement and positioning.
Positioning lasers have many types of spots.
- Point-like laser positioning: point-like light spot, suitable for use at close range.
- One-line laser positioning: that is, a straight line, the diameter of the line can be thick or thin, long or short.
- Cross-line laser positioning: a line that crosses each other perpendicularly, suitable for medium and long distance use, and has strong applicability.
- Multiple parallel lines laser positioning: multiple one-line lines are parallel to each other at fixed intervals, suitable for parallel segmentation.
- Ring laser positioning: Ring light spot, suitable for long distance or high altitude use.
- Grid laser positioning: Grid laser spot, suitable for positioning and dividing areas.
- Viewfinder laser positioning: It is a laser with a crosshair embedded in a square.
Observing the spot position of the laser beam on the work area through laser positioning and finding the precise position can reduce work difficulty and improve work efficiency.