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GoSCAN 3D devices typically scan objects in five minutes or less with accuracy up to 01 mm0004 in and resolution of up to 02 mm0008 in

Two Portable 3D Scanners

May 12, 2014
White-light handheld devices offer ease of use, ability to scan any object in full color Models for medium-to-larger parts, smaller parts Point-and-shoot operation New scan-to-CAD software

CREAFORM, developers of portable 3D measurement devices and 3D engineering services, launched two new versions of its Go!SCAN 3D scanner, both versions offering speed and reliability, as well as flexibility. The Go!SCAN 50 was designed to measure the shape of medium to larger parts, with flexibility; while the Go!SCAN 20 delivers maximum resolution and is dedicated for use with smaller objects with intricate details, making it the perfect companion for 3D printers.

Among the design advantages available to Go!SCAN 3D users are high-speed measurement (objects typically scanned in five minutes or less); professional-grade accuracy (up to 0.1 mm/0.004 in. and resolution of up to 0.2 mm/0.008 in.; full-color 3D models that simultaneously capture of high-quality geometry and colors.

The TRUsimplicity data acquisition format simplifies scanning, and point-and-shoot operation means the scanner is up and running in less than two minutes, with no preparation or complicated setup required.

Go!SCAN 3D scanners are tailored to the particular needs of industrial product development engineers and technicians, and engineers that use CAD and 3D printing technologies.

“Thanks to this latest Go!SCAN 3D release, 3D scanning has never been easier,” explained François Leclerc, product manager. “With the addition of color and the intelligent hybrid positioning system, the Go!SCAN 3D are the professionals’ go-to all-around solution for professional-grade 3D scanning capabilities.”

The HandySCAN 3D scanner has been re-engineered for optimal speed, accuracy and portability. In addition, Creaform released the VXmodel a scan-to-CAD software module that integrates directly into Creaform’s 3D software platform, VXelements.