3D Volume Measurement Systems

The iDimension Series captures an image of packages, flats, poly bags, tubes and irregular shaped items in record time to calculate the dimensions of your packages for shipment.

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iDimension 100

iDimension 100 is the future of dimensioning. Designed as an economical solution for low- and high-volume shipping applications, iDimension 100 dimensions packages, flats and irregular shapes in sub-second speeds.
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iDimension 100XL

The iDimension 100 XL is specifically designed for integrators to provide flexibility in the installation of a dimensioning solution anywhere over a conveyor, table or scale from a pole, ceiling mount or support beam.
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iDimension 200

iDimension 200 is designed for use on tabletops or workstations in retail, office and shipping environments to dimension packages for shipment.
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iDimension 300

iDimension 300 is designed to be securely installed to a concrete floor and positioned over a workstation or conveyor to dimension items in warehouses and manufacturing.
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iDimension 400

The iDimension 400 optimizes dimensional shipping and enhances quality assurance verification with 3D imaging technology in loading bays, warehouses, and shipping and receiving departments.

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What Is Dimensional Weight And How Can Dimensioning Optimise Shipping?

In order to more accurately reflect billable weight, large carriers such as FedEx®, UPS® and DHL® are determining shipment pricing based on either dimensional weight or actual weight—whichever is greater.
Dimensional weight, often referred to as dim weight, reflects the package’s density—the amount of space the package utilizes in relation to its weight. To determine dim weight, a package’s length, width and height are multiplied, resulting in its cubic size, and then divided by 139.

When lightweight items are shipped in large packages, carriers can reach maximum volumetric capacity in their shipping containers far before reaching weight capacities. To better maximize carrier capacity and efficiency, dim weight policies prompt shippers to more efficiently package their items with less wasted space. Companies who ship packages without properly calculating dim weight could pay increased shipping costs from miscalculated dimensions or freight compliance issues.

How can businesses ensure freight compliance and deter revenue-loss from miscalculated dimensions, without adding extra time? Incorporate a dimensioning system into the shipping process. Dimensioning systems use sensing and imaging technology to calculate the dimensions of packages to determine dim weight. They provide valuable solutions to ensure companies optimise dim weight shipping with accurate package dimensions— all without slowing processes.

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