Introduction to Measuring System -Part1
What is 2 Dimensional?
The 2-dimensional shapes or objects in geometry are flat plane figures that have two dimensions – length and width. Two-dimensional or 2-D shapes do not have any thickness and can be measured in only two faces.
What is 3 Dimensional?
A three-dimensional space (3D) has three dimensions, such as length, width, and height (or depth). The term “3D”
What is the difference between 2-dimensional and 3 dimensional?
A 2-dimensional structure has only two surfaces; length and breadth. Two-dimensional figures are also referred to as “plane” figures or “flat” figures due to their appearance. A 3-dimensional structure has three surfaces; length, breadth, and height. They are referred as 3D figures.
A 2D / tram gauge is a tool that consists of pointers and is attached to a lightweight frame. It is marked with a scale that helps check automobile body dimensions. The pointers can be aligned with body dimension reference points to establish the direction and amount of any misalignment of the body.
Measuring systems today are designed with documentation in mind. They’re also simple to use and have been designed to reduce setup time. Today’s 3D measuring systems are more portable than ever before. Auto-calibration features allow you to set up the laser heads without having to worry about leveling them for accuracy. In fact, some manufacturers allow you to adjust the laser heads during the measuring process, which then recalibrate themselves. However, these measurement systems usually require the vehicle to be off the ground.
Use of Measuring tools
Measuring tram is an advanced 2D measuring device for exact verification of vehicle chassis and body condition and for damage documentation. The tram can be used for 2D measuring in all kinds of surroundings.
3D measuring systems are more portable than ever before. Auto-calibration features allow you to set up the laser heads without having to worry about leveling them for accuracy. However, these measurement systems usually require the vehicle to be off the ground.