CES 2018: Shining 3D Introduces Two New Accessories for EinScan 3D Scanner Series

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The new product announcements coming out of CES 2018, which opened yesterday in Las Vegas, continue to roll in. It’s always an exciting show that gives companies the chance to introduce a wealth of new products, and this year’s is proving to be no different.

Leading Chinese 3D printer and 3D scanner manufacturer Shining 3D, which announced the pre-launch of both its EinScan-Pro+ 3D scanner and EinStart-C 3D printer at last year’s CES trade show, unveiled two new accessories for its EinScan Series at the show today.

“We successfully launched EinScan-Pro+, the multifunctional handheld 3D scanner and EinScan SE&SP desktop 3D scanners last year, which offer our customers more choices to meet their most varied demands,” said Oscar Meza, Shining 3D’s VP of Global Sales. “This year, we refine the EinScan Series by adding two new powerful accessories, which strengthen the capabilities and expand the range of applications.”

The new accessories, currently on exhibit at CES 2018, are the EinScan Discovery Pack and the EinScan HD Prime Pack, which Shining 3D says will “bring the 3D scanning experience to a new level.”

The company, which was founded in 2004, specializes in developing and manufacturing high-caliber, affordable 3D printing and 3D digitizing technologies. Shining 3D opened a new EMEA headquarters this spring, and the first products officially launched by the new office were the desktop EinScan-SE and EinScan-SP 3D scanners.

EinScan Discovery Pack

In terms of variety of technology, service support capability, sales volume, and overall strength, Shining 3D is a leader in the industry, and brings its best efforts to new product development, in order to offer its wide customer base innovative products at competitive prices.

The EinScan Discovery Pack, a professional, high pixel texture camera, offers both color and accuracy. It works with both the EinScan-SE and EinScan-SP, and includes 12.0 megapixel color texture and 24-bit true-color display.

Plate scanned by EinScan Discovery Pack

With a point distance of 0.09-0.112 mm, the Discovery Pack uses the Ultra-Fine Hardware ISP video processing engine’s color restoration technology to capture a wide spectrum of high-fidelity textures and colors, so users can achieve 3D data of the highest accuracy and resolution. The scan data resolution reaches up to 3.0 megapixels in a single scan, and the precise details and vibrant colors captured by the EinScan Discovery Pack make it the perfect choice for 3D exhibition, virtual reality, online museums, and eCommerce virtual displays.

EinScan HD Prime Pack

If you are looking to enhance the Handheld HD Scan Mode of your EinScan Pro+, Shining 3D’s new EinScan HD Prime Pack is for you. This accessory, when used in Handheld HD Scan Mode, can accelerate the scanning speed by up to 30%, and captures even more details, with higher accuracy, of the object you’re scanning.

The HD Prime Pack incorporates the latest 3D scanning technology, has a rate of 10 frames per second, and a 110 mm x 34 mm x 51 mm sensor size. It is for indoor environments, with a use distance of 400-600 mm, and allows for precise alignment without the use of any scanning markers, so you can capture high accuracy and resolution data while using the EinScan Pro+ in Handheld HD Scan Mode.

This EinScan Pro+ accessory is a good choice when working on specific 3D scanning applications such as archiving, restoration, cultural heritage preservation, and reverse designing.

Scanned with EinScan HD Prime Pack

You can see both the new EinScan Discovery Pack and EinScan HD Prime Pack accessories on exhibit at Shining 3D’s CES 2018 booth #8706 in the North Hall this week, along with a wide range of the company’s other products, which make up a full 3D scan to 3D print environment.

3DPrint.com will also be at CES this week, bringing you all of the latest product and technology news right from the showroom floor.

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[Images provided by Shining 3D]

 

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