3D Scanners

Evatronix launches eviXscan Quadro+ 3D scanner – technical specifications and pricing

June 17, 2022 |

Polish 3D scanner manufacturer Evatronix has announced the launch of its latest eviXscan 3D scanner, the 3D Quadro+. Replacing the firm’s 2017-released HD Quadro system, the new dual-band scanner was designed from the ground up and features two different scanning ranges for both small and large objects. Operating on the company’s blue LED technology, the professional-grade 3D Quadro+ is suitable for everything from product design applications to production line quality control and even reverse engineering. Szymon Ścibik, R&D Manager at Evatronix, said, “Prior to developing the new dual-band scanner, we analyzed our HD Quadro geometry and component performance to determine how it could be improved. Our goal was to increase scanning accuracy on both scopes. We also wanted to reduce scanning time and achieve high point cloud density.” Close-up of the eviXscan 3D Quadro+ 3D scanner. Photo via Evatronix. The Evatronix 3D scanning range Founded around three decades ago, Evatronix…    read more 

Revopoint launches the MINI 3D scanner on Kickstarter – technical specifications and pricing

June 14, 2022 |

3D scanner manufacturer Revopoint has launched its latest 3D scanning system on Kickstarter. Aimed at both consumers and professionals, the new space-efficient Revopoint MINI is the company’s first machine based on structured blue light technology. The full-color scanner is designed to combine performance and affordability, ensuring anyone and everyone can capture the finest feature details in their 3D scanning projects. Compared to Revopoint’s flagship POP 2 scanner, the new MINI offers a smaller capture range and a higher scan precision of just 0.02mm. This makes it suitable for a wide variety of small part scanning applications with tight precision requirements, including reverse engineering, dental modeling, jewelry, industrial quality control, and 3D printing. Scanning artistic models with the Revopoint MINI. GIF via Revopoint. The Revopoint MINI The Revopoint MINI is defined by its ease of use and simplicity, offering a compact form factor weighing just 160g. Manufactured out of die-cast aluminum,…    read more 

Shining 3D launches its FreeScan UE Pro 3D scanner – technical specifications and pricing

April 6, 2022 |

Metrology device manufacturer Shining 3D has launched its new FreeScan UE Pro 3D scanner. The handheld metrology-grade machine is the latest iteration of the firm’s high-performance FreeScan series and is based on the previously launched FreeScan UE. Operating on Shining’s own blue laser technology, the UE Pro aims to combine accuracy and ergonomics for a wide variety of medium to large part scanning applications. This includes quality assurance, inspection, reverse engineering, and additive manufacturing. Sunny Wong, Shining 3D’s Product Manager of Industrial Products, said, “Photogrammetry plays an important role in the 3D scanning of big objects, providing a guarantee of high accuracy. We fuse the power of laser and photogrammetry in the FreeScan UE Pro to provide a highly efficient all-in-one solution for large-scale 3D inspection and reverse engineering.” The FreeScan UE Pro. Photo via Shining 3D. Shining 3D’s scanner portfolio Based in China and founded in 2004, Shining 3D…    read more 

CAPTURE 3D launches the GOM Scan 1 3D scanner – technical specifications and pricing

March 22, 2022 |

3D scanner provider CAPTURE 3D, the official US partner for GOM, has announced the launch of the GOM Scan 1 3D scanner. Combining affordability and portability, the small-scale scanning system leverages GOM’s blue light technology and mesh editing capabilities to provide an accessible route to high-precision 3D scanning. Aimed at both prosumers and engineering professionals, the GOM Scan 1 is suitable for small to medium-sized parts in a wide variety of applications. This includes 3D printing, reverse engineering, quality control, 3D modeling, education, art and design, and even healthcare. Richard White, CAPTURE 3D’s General Manager, said, “GOM Scan 1 is a great tool to support great ideas, and with technology that’s proven to meet professional and industrial standards, you can rely on this 3D scanner to help you get things done.” The GOM Scan 1 3D scanner. Photo via GOM. Professional 3D scanning with GOM With a specialism in industrial…    read more 

Artec 3D unveils new, more powerful 2022 Artec Leo 3D scanner: technical specifications and pricing

February 17, 2022 |

Luxembourg-based 3D scanner manufacturer Artec 3D has launched a new and improved version of its Artec Leo system. Featuring the same built-in touchscreen and wireless functionality as its predecessor, but twice the power, the firm says that its 2022 Artec Leo is capable of providing users with “improved vibrant color capture” and “guaranteed accuracy.” Powered by an upgraded NVIDIA Jetson TX2 processor, the unit also has a huge 160,000 cm3 capture zone, meaning that it can scan objects over 200cm in size, ranging from auto-parts to people and spaces, potentially lending it CSI suitability. “The Artec Leo was the industry’s first AI-powered wireless 3D scanner, making it truly revolutionary,” said Artyom Yukhin, President and CEO of Artec 3D. “We’ve [now] taken that a step further to ensure anyone using the 2022 Artec Leo feels confident that they’re getting top-tier, professional results with guaranteed accuracy and sharper data.” Aiming for accessible…    read more 

Riven launches new all-in-one 3D scanning product design platform

February 8, 2022 |

3D scanner and software provider Riven has launched a comprehensive new part validation package that could enable engineers to expedite the New Product Introduction (NPI) process.  Riven’s integrated scanning, comparison and communication solution allows NPI engineers to capture printed parts, identify any deviation from their CAD files and collaborate to resolve issues. The platform effectively enables manufacturers to identify potential defects earlier-on in the design process, avoiding excessive product iterations, shipping delays and ultimately unhappy clients.  “By accurately measuring complex geometry such as warp, fillet radii, and amorphous surfaces, Riven identifies exactly where and by how much pre-production parts differ from the CAD design and then uses visual product communication to help teams collaborate on manufacturing and engineering adjustments,” explained said James Page, CTO of Riven. “There is an un-resolved bottleneck in metal additive manufacturing – it’s NPI – and it fundamentally limits the speed, reach, and growth rate of…    read more 

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