3cm3 – 120cm3 (Fixed Scan without Turntable)
3cm3 – 20cm3 (Auto Scan with Turntable)
Why choose this 3D scanner?
Larger Scan Volume
Easier Operation, Faster Scanning, User friendliness and Enhanced Efficiency
Fine Details, Every Scan Generates a High-Quality 3D Data file
Safe to Use – Visible white light, no lasers
Take a closer look
See what the critics say
Small enough footprint and look good enough to have a permanent place on your desk.
It’s basically a collection of completely separate programs
What’s especially fast — and good — is the registration algorithm
For optimal results, these scanners should be operated in complete darkness
For this price it’s almost impossible to be disappointed about the geometry quality.
In complete darkness the colors turn out pretty good
Texture is actually very usable for many purposes
It’s always been the product designer’s dream: Scan a mock-up or competitor’s product, transfer those high-resolution scans directly into a CAD program and then it’s off to the 3D printer or CNC machine tool.
The technology to do this has existed for years in big money research institutions and multi-national corporations, but it’s been cost-prohibitive for mainstream engineers and part designers.
That’s why Shining 3D recently launched a series of desktop 3D scanners that promise to make high resolution scanning available to everyone.
Lets get down to detail
|Scan Mode||Fixed Scan||Auto Scan|
|Mode of Alignment||Feature; Markers; Manual||Turntable, Markers, Manual, Turntable Coded Targets|
|Single Shot Accuracy||Less than 0.05mm||Less than 0.05mm|
|Minimum Scan Volume||30 × 30 × 30 mm||30 × 30 × 30 mm|
|Maximum Scan Volume||1200 ×1200×1200mm||200×200×200 mm|
|Range of Single Capture||200 x 150mm||200 x 150mm|
|Scan Speed||Less than 4secs||Less than 1 mins|