ProjectionWorks

Delta Sigma Company began operations in January of 1990 in Hesperia, California. In July of 1997, we moved to Kennesaw, Georgia to be closer to the F-22 Raptor team. We have over 40 years worth of experience in-house for all kinds of specialized LO (low observables) testing. We have built everything from the antenna to the cal target, radar, data collection & processing software, RF section, pylon elevator, pylon, multi-axis target positioner, target, and motion controls for moving parts in/on the target.

In 2010, the first ProjectionWorks System was installed. We primarily focus on developing complex automated systems to replace manual aircraft manufacturing stations and eliminate bottlenecks in station cycle time. We understand machine vision, lasers, servos, precision motion control, and dozens of other technologies that can be applied to aircraft manufacturing. At DSC, we engineer all of our own designs and software and build all of our machines in-house from the ground up, resulting in a fully 100% custom automation solution for the customer.

Contact Details

ProjectionWorks, a DeltaSigma Company

2125 Barrett Park Dr.

#110

Kennesaw, GA 30144

Phone: 770-575-5100

Contact form or Email: info@deltasigmacompany.com

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Products

ProjectionWorks - AssemblyWorks Software

ProjectionWorks - AssemblyWorks Software

AssemblyWorks enables manufacturing engineers to write the "manufacturing script" for an assembly process and display that script directly onto the target assembly.

ProjectionWorks - HarnessWorks

ProjectionWorks - HarnessWorks

HarnessWorks adds visual step by step instructions directly to the harness board. Import your harness drawings directly from your existing design software, add any helpful tips and text, and guide your technicians through the build process.

ProjectionWorks - PaintWorks Software

ProjectionWorks - PaintWorks Software

  • View the paint scheme projected onto the vehicle for customer/internal approval prior to masking
  • Paint highly complex schemes with precision and repeatability across entire fleets
  • Reduce paint masking time substantially
  • Eliminate guesswork and inconsistencies from paint masking
  • Minimize rework
  • Accurately masking projected lines requires less skill than current tracing method
  • Increase complexity of paint schemes without increasing time spent or requiring master painters
  • Standardize workforce and results across multiple locations


The 4180 Series of Precision Infrared Calibrators for infrared thermometers and thermal imagers is fast, accurate, and easy to use. It comes with an accredited calibration from one of the world’s most trusted temperature calibration laboratories, sample calibration procedures for Fluke thermometers built right in and everything you need to get started making high-quality infrared thermometer calibrations. This is the perfect solution for any infrared thermometer or thermal imager within its temperature range.
The 4180 reaches temperatures from –15 °C to 120 °C and the 4181 has a temperature range from 35 °C to 500 °C. Uniformity is important in infrared temperature calibration work because an infrared thermometer will “see” as much as the entire target when placed at the appropriate calibration distance.
In addition, with accuracies as good as ±0.35 °C the 4180 Series can meet its specifications without additional emissivity-related corrections, leading to legitimate test uncertainty ratios (TUR) as good as 4:1.


  • Measures:
    • Single, split, or three phase loads
    • Voltage, current, and frequency
    • Active power, non-active power, and power factor
    • Total harmonic distortion
  • Wireless data collection or internal memory sufficient for 1 week with 1 second data intervals
  • Remotely monitor real-time and historical power variable data
  • Visualize data with software trending, graphing, and timeboxing
  • Auto-generated alarms when power variables deviate from pre-set thresholds
  • Power options: Battery, power supply, or power from the measurement line
  • Size: (W x H x D) 7.8 in. x 6.6 in. x 2.2 in.
  • IP Rating: IP 50; IEC 60529


  • Rugged versatile IR thermometer for non-contact temperature applications
  • Provides easy targeting bright laser beam
  • Measures temperatures from -18 to 275°C (-0 to 525°F) with 0.2°C (0. 5°F) resolution
  • Clearly presents data at a glance on the large backlit display
  • Includes a shock-absorbing holster to increase ruggedness
  • Provides an 8:1 distance to spot ratio


  • Aggregates data via Bluetooth of up to 20 Fluke 3561 FC Vibration Sensors.
  • Streams the sensor data to the FCCM software via a Wi-Fi connection.
  • Remote monitoring: View continuous stream of real-time and historical vibration data from remote assets.
  • Bluetooth type: Low Energy 4.1
  • IP Rating: IP 67
  • Wi-Fi connection required.
  • AC power required.


The Fluke 1742, 1746 and 1748 Three-Phase Power Quality Loggers are the best tools to troubleshoot, quantify energy usage and analyze power distribution systems in a fast, easy and safe way.
  • Measure key power quality parameters: Measures harmonics and interharmonics for voltage and current, also includes unbalance, flicker and rapid voltage changes.
  • Measure with premium accuracy: Meets the rigorous IEC 61000-4-30 Class A Edition 3 standard for ‘Testing and measurement techniques–Power quality measurement methods.'
  • One-touch reporting: Create standardized reports according to commonly used standards like EN 50160, IEEE 519, GOST 33073 or export data in PQDIF or NeQual compatible format for use with third party software using the included Fluke Energy Analyze Plus Software.