Instantly Convert Objects into 3D Models with this Cool 3D Scanner

More information about the 3D Scanner:
The Artec Space Spider 3D scanner is a new and enhanced precision instrument for CAD users and engineers. With the use of blue light technology, the Artec Space Spider captures small objects with intricate details or larger industrial objects in high resolution with amazing accuracy and brilliant color.
The scanner’s technology sets it apart from others as it can render complex geometry, sharp edges and thin ribs. Ideal for industrial use as the high resolution can capture objects such as molding parts, PCBs, keys, coins, or even a human ear and offers so many possibilities in reverse engineering, quality control, product design and manufacturing. The Artec Eva is considered to be better at scanning much larger objects, such as cars,  large old water pipes. and even a human body.
The scanner can reach maximum accuracy in three minutes and can be repeated many times and still capture the exact same data due to its powerful temperature stabilization and high grade electronics.

What we think about the 3D scanner:

When most people hear the word scanner, they think of 2D. Having a 3D scanner is quite revolutionary. With blue light technology, it can capture large objects such as architecture or wheelchairs as well as smaller objects such as coins or small toys that have a lot of details. The Space Spider works best with smaller objects and can pick up as much detail as your fingerprint! The Artec Eva on the other hand captures much larger objects such as large museum artifacts. 3D scanners can be used in many fields of work, such as industrial and manufacturing, healthcare, science and education as well as art and design.

 

To find out more: https://www.artec3d.com/portable-3d-scanners/artec-spider

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