ATTBLIME AB2 self-vanishing Scanningspray | Scan-Time 1 to 2 hrs.
- Best spray with cyclododecane
- SHC-system (Spray-head-change-system) for best-in-class efficiency
- Free of ethanol and adamantane
- High performance 3D Scanningspray
- Scan time between 1 hrs and 2 hrs
- Residue-free sublimation after 2 hrs to 4 hrs
- No cleaning of scanning object required
- Made in Germany
- Pay attention to the product and safety data sheets.
17 % Rabatt bei Abnahme ab 20 Boxen/Rollen.
12 % Rabatt bei Abnahme ab 10 Boxen/Rollen.
5 % Rabatt bei Abnahme ab 5 Boxen/Rollen.
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22,50 € – 1.392,00 € *
ATTBLIME® AB2 is a scanning spray created to optimize 3D – scanning tasks. To achieve this an even and homogeneous spray layer is applied onto the surface. AB2 is developed to be self-vanishing (sublimating) on the proven raw material cyclododecane, which we enhanced even further
The effective scanning time is 1 to 2 hours after the application of AB2. The sublimation time, the time in which the spray dissolves, is around 2 to 4 hours. These times depend on the environmental conditions such as the component surface, room temperature, air circulation or even air humidity.
The scanning spray is free of ethanol and adamantane. AB2 adheres to all porous and non-porous surfaces such as textiles, wood, glass, painted surfaces, metal, plastic, stone, concrete and paper.
The spray cans are equipped with the unique SHC-system (spray-head-change-system), which allows the user to choose between vertical and horizontal, as well as wide and narrow exit angles, to optimize the spray layer and thus sublimation times. By having this unique SHC-system the spray layer is highly efficient by using the minimal amount of spray needed.
ATTBLIME AB2 is ideal for temporary matting of surfaces for optical 3D metrology without subsequent cleaning. Reference point marks can simply be stuck onto the treated surface.
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1, 6, 12, 48, 96
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