The company says all the scanners in the Evatronix line include all hardware such as tripods, cases, and turntables, and they add that the included eviXscan software suite makes 3D data capture fast and simple.
Evatronix SA, the maker of the scanners, is now owned by Cadence Design System Inc., an EDA solutions and IP semiconductors company. The company’s designers and programmers have focused on eviXscan SD – their line of 3D scanners which operate with “structured white light” technology. The devices are used in rapid prototyping, reverse engineering, and contactless quality control, and Evatronix is also the sole distributor in the Polish market of solutions offered by the American company GuideTech.
The eviXscan Heavy Duty scanner is a special-purpose device made to operate harsh environments, and it features blue structural light scanning to allow for the scanning of dark objects in the most difficult lighting conditions. It can also operate with red and green light, and it uses independent measurement channels, which enable precise object mapping. The Heavy Duty is enclosed in a dustproof and waterproof case which protects the device and helps prevent the need for re-calibration.
The Loupe+ is the highest precision device in the Evatronix range, and it’s a highly versatile scanner suitable for applications such as automotive, reverse engineering, fast metrology, and tool wear monitoring.
The Pro+ is said to offer all the same benefits as the 3D Loupe+ for mid-sized parts, and Peter Smith of Laser Lines says it’s perfect for reverse engineering, tool wear monitoring, cultural heritage, and animation applications.
Laser Lines Ltd. was founded in 1975 and is one of the leading suppliers of lasers and accessories, rapid prototyping machines, vacuum casting systems, and 3D printers in the UK. The company’s support team offers installation, training, and maintenance and repair services for their full line of product offerings, and they also operate a sub-contract facility for 3D printing and additive manufacturing requirements.
Have you ever used the Evatronix line of industrial 3D scanners? Or done business with Laser Lines? Let us know in the Laser Lines and Evatronix forum thread on 3DPB.com.
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