New AccuVision-3D Measuring System From Arslan Automotive

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Arslan Automotive has officially introduced its new AccuVision-3D Measuring System, first seen at the 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

Billed as the “least complicated, accurate and fastest 3D Chassis measuring system, the AccuVision-3D doesn’t require pre-use calibrations, lasers, targets, magnets, arms or extensions.

Additionally, Arslan Automotive says the system doesn’t require adaptors, wi-fi, wires, levelling, or the need for mounting on jigs.

With the system, the vehicle can be positioned on the floor, on a lift, or on a bench. Arslan Automotive says that with the AccuVision-3D, the floor surface can be uneven, and it does not matter even if the car is on its side.

To operate, the technician simply places the camera on its heavy-duty, sturdy stand and with the hand-held pointer, just points, and measures.

Once all points required measuring are done, the technician simply clicks on the print button to get a full 3D report.

With no setup required, Arslan Automotive says that measuring work can be done in less than 10 minutes, with upper body measuring in less than three minutes.

The AccuVision-3D can be used for Estimating and Repair and uses Mitchell chassis data with periodic data updates as Mitchell makes them available.

For more information, visit arslanauto.com.

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