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  • jemorris55
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    #5100 |

    Hello,

    I’m an engineer working on a product that is used to scan glass/windows that will eventually be used in high-stress applications (aerospace, deep-sea, etc). The device is basically an XYZ gantry system that moves around a camera and a laser as they scan the glass one at a time. The scan is intended to find any defects (scratches, nicks, bruises) on the surface of the glass.

    My boss wants to brand the device before we get the next certification, so I’ve been trying to come up with a short brand-name that we can ship it under. We’re a small company, so we don’t have a marketing team to throw at this, it’s really just me. The company name is Rayotek, so anything similar to that name would be ideal. I liked the idea of “Rayoscan”, but that already.

    Any help or suggestions would be highly appreciated!

    Thank you!

  • snark
    Keymaster
    Post count: 314
    #5109 |

    Glass Eye

  • GreatStartNames.comGreatStartNames.com
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    Post count: 35
    #5118 |

    Hi jemorris55 ,

    How much does this device contribute in the scanning process ? Is it responsible for findings defects or does it just facilitates the movement ?

    Share a few pictures of this device if feasible.

     

  • quarkquark
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    Post count: 216
    #5133 |

    Rayocat

  • trombonist
    Participant
    Post count: 2
    #5139 |

    Glassic.

  • jemorris55
    Participant
    Post count: 3
    #5149 |

    GreatStartNames, the product is the whole assembly including the camera and laser. The software is our own as well which outputs the results of the scans (the defect locations, etc)

  • quarkquark
    Moderator
    Post count: 216
    #5151 |

    Rayotek IGS (Rayotek Intelligent Gantry System)
    Rayocat GS

     

  • FrannyFranny
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    #5152 |

    Rayocat– awesome.

  • snark
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    Post count: 314
    #5185 |

    Love Rayocat and Glassic.

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