EinScan SE, EinScan Pro HD, EinScan H & EinScan HX make the All3DP "Best Professional 3D Scanner 2021" list, while eviXscan's latest 3D scanner Optima + M makes the "Best Industrial 3D Scanner 2021" list!
"Selecting the right 3D scanner is no simple task. There’s a lot to keep in mind, but the main place to start is to define what you’re going to scan. One 3D scanner may be the best for small stationary objects, but may prove unsuitable for scanning people’s faces. With many scanners there’s a trade off between fine detail and speed, although some have settings for both." - All3DP.pro
This is why Growshapes exists - to help you through the myriad of choices available in the 3D scanning world and the different requirements each customer has.
We hand-pick what we think would be best for our customers based on the hardware & software quality, support quality and price. We guide you through how to choose the best handheld 3D scanner model from EinScan to achieve your objectives to help you make the right choice.
EinScan 3D Scanners on the All3DP list
eviXscan 3D Scanner on the All3DP list
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With the latest EinScan HX v126.96.36.199 software update, a new mesh editing function has been added.
Unlike other post-process function which only do a single operation, the new “Mesh Optimization” feature in EinScan HX software allows you to do both smooth and sharpen concurrently which will eliminate surface noise while keeping sharp details. You can choose the optimization intensity from 0 to 100%. You can do multiple iterations if not satisfied with current outcomes.
This function performs well when the original data has a small point distance. For example, here’s a part of the tires scanned with 0.2mm resolution.
From left to right are original data / 20% / 50%/ 100% optimization.
You can see that surface noise was well removed under 100% optimization, but the edges of the letters are still sharp.
However, on a large point distance model, the details are already blurred. Using high optimization intensity will cause detail loss. Here is an example.
Same intensity from left to right while the resolution is 1mm. You can tell that the details on feathers are hard to tell with 100% optimization.
All in all, we suggest using high intensity optimization (100%) for high resolution and low intensity optimization (20%) for low resolution. Play around with this feature to fine tune the generate the desired outcome. And if the resolution is beyond 1mm, we do not recommend applying mesh optimization.
Hope this function can help you get a good scan result easier!
Growshapes is an HP Silver Partner of HP 3D scanning solutions and the official U.S. distributor of Shining 3D EinScan 3D scanners. We are now carry the eviXscan 3D scanner from Evatronix as well!
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