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Review 2020 EinScan Pro 2X Multi-Functional Handheld 3D Scanner, Versatile/Align Scan Modes, Built-in USB Cable, 0.04 mm Accuracy, Rapid/Fixed Scan Mode, 10fps to 30fps Scan Speed, 0.5 to 0.2mm Resolution

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Details: 2020 EinScan Pro 2X Multi-Functional Handheld 3D Scanner, Versatile/Align Scan Modes, Built-in USB Cable, 0.04 mm Accuracy, Rapid/Fixed Scan Mode, 10fps to 30fps Scan Speed, 0.5 to 0.2mm Resolution

Brand: EinScan

review 2020 EinScan Pro 2X Multi-Functional Handheld 3D Scanner, Versatile/Align Scan Modes, Built-in USB Cable, 0.04 mm Accuracy, Rapid/Fixed Scan Mode, 10fps to 30fps Scan Speed, 0.5 to 0.2mm Resolution

Meet the completely new EinScan Pro 2X & EinScan Pro 2X Plus, the next generation of handheld 3D scanners with the latest technology. These new models are based on the feedback from thousands of users and the valuable input of SHINING 3D’s own R&D team. Being faster and more accurate than ever before, the portable versatile EinScan Pro 2X & EinScan Pro 2X Plus will improve the efficiency of high-quality 3D modeling.

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
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  • New Operation Mode Option: Enhanced Handheld HD Scan Mode and enlarged scan range, is perfect for capturing 3D model of small to medium size objects with high efficiency.
  • Scan Speed: Scan Faster than Ever Before: up to 1,500,000 points per second (30 fps) under Handheld Rapid Scan Mode.
  • High Accuracy: Single scan accuracy under Fixed Scan without Turntable Mode is up to 0.04 mm. When using markers, the volumetric accuracy under handheld scanning modes is up to 0.05mm+0.3mm/m.
  • High Compatibility: Outputs standard file formats includes STL, OBJ, PLY, ASC and P3 (global markers file).Compatible with most mainstream software packages in the market.By saving watertight models, seamlessly connect to 3D printers for 3D printing.

Notice

  • Is an online purchase
  • Delivery may be delayed in some areas.

review 2020 EinScan Pro 2X Multi-Functional Handheld 3D Scanner, Versatile/Align Scan Modes, Built-in USB Cable, 0.04 mm Accuracy, Rapid/Fixed Scan Mode, 10fps to 30fps Scan Speed, 0.5 to 0.2mm Resolution

review 2020 EinScan Pro 2X Multi-Functional Handheld 3D Scanner, Versatile/Align Scan Modes, Built-in USB Cable, 0.04 mm Accuracy, Rapid/Fixed Scan Mode, 10fps to 30fps Scan Speed, 0.5 to 0.2mm Resolution

Buyer Guide 3D Scanners

 When it comes to choosing a 3D scanner, there are many factors you need to consider, including your budget, the type of 3D scanner that suits your needs, the scanner’s accuracy, and the scanner’s portability.

  • Budget. The more a scanner costs, the more features it will have. Therefore, it’s best that you start with a budget in mind before shopping around.
  • Accuracy. The scanner’s accuracy varies by manufacturer, but generally speaking, the more resolution a scanner has, the more accurate and photorealistic the 3D images will be.
  • Portability. Portable scanners tend to be larger and heavier, while desktop scanners are lightweight and portable.
  • Software. Some 3D scanners come with their own software, while others work with specific CAD software.
  • Hardware. The hardware of a scanner is the part that is used to make 3D digital models.

 

How to choose 3D Scanners

3D scanners are useful for a variety of applications. Depending on your needs, there are a few features you should look for when purchasing a scanner:

  • Resolution. Most 3D scanners can work with a resolution of around 250 to 600 dpi, and the higher the resolution of your scanner, the more detailed the 3D image will be.
  • Aperture. The aperture is the diameter of the lens that scans the 3D image. The aperture determines how much light hits the lens, and this affects the quality of your 3D image.
  • Size. The size/weight of a scanner is a very important factor. You will need to have access to a reliable power source, and your scanner should be portable enough to move around.
  • Manufacturer. When shopping for a scanner, you’ll want to consider the reputation of the manufacturer. A high-quality, reliable 3D scanner will provide better images and scans.
  • Price. The total cost of the 3D scanner is another important factor. You can get a scanner for around $100, but to get a professional-quality scanner, you can expect to spend $1,000 or more.

How to maintain 3D Scanners

 Before purchasing a 3D scanner, it’s important to know the basics of maintenance and upkeep.

  • How often should I clean my 3D scanner? It’s always a good idea to regularly clean your scanner, but make sure to follow manufacturer instructions for specifics.
  • How long will my 3D scanner last? Many people falsely believe that 3D scanners last for years, but in reality, they need to be replaced after a couple of years. Most 3D scanners have a life expectancy of 3 to 5 years.
  • How often should I calibrate my 3D scanner? Many manufacturers suggest calibrating your scanner at least once every month. While some people believe that calibrating your scanner helps to improve its accuracy, this isn’t always the case.
  • Do I need to calibrate my 3D scanner after performing repairs? Many 3D scanners feature an alignment tool that automatically calibrates the scanner after performing repairs.
  • Will software updates fix calibration issues? Many 3D scanners have firmware updates that can fix calibration issues.