Have you ever wondered which technology within 3D scanning would be most suitable for your reverse engineering, measurement or inspection needs?
Trimech hosted a great webinar where Artec explained per below, how different 3D scanning technologies cover different spectrums of industrial applications.
Growshapes carries HP's and Open Technologies' structured light 3D scanners which are stationary, not handheld like the Artec 3D scanners.
While the handheld scanners enables to move around especially large objects more easily, the stationary models like HP Pro S3 or Open Technologies Cronos uses an automatic turntable whereby small to medium size objects are placed onto the turntable which rotates at set angles, making the alignment more accurate and easy, achieving 50 micron level accuracy even with the mid-end HP 3D scanners. The Open Technologies Cronos can achieve 15-30 micron level accuracy.
Different applications require different 3D scanners as you can see above. You may need a stationary one vs. handheld or vice versa.
If you are not sure which is the best 3D scanner to buy for your needs, just call us or email us so we can help you.
Even if Growshapes do not carry the exact product you want, we have a great network in the industry and we are more than happy to help you connect with the right people to get the 3D scanner you need!
Growshapes is an HP Silver Partner of HP 3D scanning solutions and the official U.S. distributor of Open Technologies 3D Scanners - an endorsement that makes us proud.
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