The 3D printing industry has culminated into an incredible evolution of innovations and products being viewed around the world, with many already being used to change numerous industries and processes as we know them, from the way we design and make parts for luxury cars to spaceships—and from 3D printed prosthetics for our pets to customized implants for knee replacements. While all of these designs require both the 3D printer and scanner working together, it’s been the 3D printer that gained the most rapid affordability and accessibility. While many individuals use 3D printing service bureaus, more and more users are buying their own 3D printers and using them at the desktop level in the home, small office, and far beyond into professional and serious industrial applications.
The 3D scanner has taken a bit longer to morph into a user-friendly piece of equipment, as well as one that is affordable and accessible. As it became apparent, however, that the technology was so out of reach for many who had things to scan and make, numerous DIY scanners, often with 3D printed parts, began appearing on the scene. Soon after, manufacturers began looking into other angles with handhelds, smartphone apps, and more.
Now, Digital Scan 3D is offering an entirely new level of quality at the desktop, with an innovative 3-axis turntable allowing for versatile options in terms of angles and complexity: the Rexcan CS2+. Users are able to scan areas that before were off limits—and will not experience any loss of quality.
It also arrives equipped with high performance CCD cameras, meant to offer precision when it comes to accuracy in measurements. And what most of you will probably find most interesting, if you haven’t heard of it before, is the inclusion of Blue Light 3D scanning technology, offering a blue LED as the light source. Because of improved scanning algorithms, you can look forward to superior quality with speed and precision.
Headquartered in Oregon, Digital Scan 3D specialized in advanced 3D scanning. This new piece of equipment goes directly onto your desk, and allows for streamlined operations.
“3D scanning does not always take lots of work,” states the Digital Scan 3D team. “With just a single click of a button, users can get their whole object scanning done very easily and quickly. Users are just a mouse click away from actively synchronizing the model and camera views, recognizing any scanning position and adding more scans where needed.”
No targets are required, as you can use pre-calculated information of the axis calibration and alignment is performed automatically. Flexibility of the scanning path means ease of use in operation, and allows for repeated data collection of a variety of shapes.
- Integration of controller & sensor in one body
- 2.0 mega pixels twin camera
- Phase shifting optical triangulation
- Combination of automation and Rexcan CS
- Automatic 3D scanning process & Active sync
- Automatic calibration
- Detachable Rexcan CS
- Dimension : 300 x 800 x 900 mm (Can be installed on your desk)
Companies like Digital Scan 3D offer a host of quality scanning and imaging items that encompass what they call a new generation of technology. Featuring sleek, futuristic designs, items like their new Rexcan CS2+ are built to offer simplicity and power to users, while being smarter than ever. Is this a new product that would work for you? Discuss in the Digital Scan 3D Scanner forum over at 3DPB.com.
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