Truscan with Galileo Scanner Computerized Measuring System
Whether detecting misalignment in a vehicle's structure or verifying repairs have eliminated the damage, the TrueScan computerized measuring system can do the job. TrueScan integrates the precision of laser scanning with a computerized data base for unmatched accuracy in collision repair and analysis. In addition to showing extent of collision damage, TrueScan monitors progress throughout the repair and verifies the vehicle's structure is correctly aligned. Three separate reports verify the vehicle's structural condition by showing overhead diagrams that display center line, datum line and datum height measurements, offering indisputable evidence that the repairs made were not only needed…but returned the vehicle frame to its pre-collision condition.
Using TrueScan™ is as simple as..
- Pull up detailed frame specifications for the vehicle being repaired
- Hang the attachments and targets as instructed by TrueScan™'s tutorial
- Position the Galileo™ scanner under the vehicle
- Watch as TrueScan™ shows you not only where the vehicle frame is out of alignment but also by how much and in what direction!
Chief Automotive Systems, Inc. also offers professional training. For maximum productivity and equipment utilization, each person operating a Truscan computerized measuring system should receive training conducted by Chief Training Department personnel. Find our more information about Chief University. upon registration of your new Truscan you will receive a Chief University voucher, $695 value.