Scan Guidelines And Tips

HOW DOES IT WORK AND GUIDELINES

We specialise in a 3D scanning using Structured-light 3D scanner, the scanner projects a pattern of light onto the subject and registers the deformation of the pattern. The pattern is projected onto the subject using LED’s withing the scanner then a separate camera, offset slightly from the pattern projector, looks at the shape of the pattern and calculates the distance of every point in the field of view.

The advantage of structured-light 3D scanners is speed and precision. Instead of scanning one point at a time, structured light scanners scan multiple points or the entire field of view at once. Scanning an entire field of view in a fraction of a second reduces or eliminates the problem of distortion from motion. Some existing systems are capable of scanning moving objects in real-time.

FIXED SCAN

The Einscan 2X plus can make the most detailed and complex scans that you can imagine.

Fully-automated turntable with self-calibration, captures 360-degree scans in around 90 seconds. Mount the EinScan-Pro onto a tripod and you’ll be able to capture larger objects in HD

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HAND HELD SCAN

The Einscan 2X plus is light weight and compact but still requires a very steady hand.

For objects over 300mm this is the perfect solution

TIPS

Structured-light 3D scanner use the reflective light to collect data, therefore glossy or dark objects are the enemy. We cant give away to much as its taken us a few years to master this trade, but don’t be surprised if you receive your parts back with a slight dusting of talcum powder on them. Shhh.

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