3D Scanning

Structured light scanning is a 3D scanning technology that uses a single light source that projects multiple lines on the object, all of which are tracked simultaneously by a camera or multiple cameras. This is in contrast to a laser scanner, which emits multiple laser dots on the object one after the other.

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3D Scanning Applications

  • Inspection

  • Measurement

  • Reverse Engineering

  • 3D Printing

  • Product Development

  • Restoration

  • Digitization

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3D Scanning Specifications

Field of view                           Up to 500 x 320 mm

Accuracy                                Within 80 microns

Data Acquisition speed          Up to 1.5 million 

Technology                            Scattered white light

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3D Scan Samples


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