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Review EZGA 3D Scanner Diffuse Reflection Markers for 3D Scanner 10000 Reference Point for 3D Scanning and Optical Tracking for 3D Printing (Color : 6mm10mm General Viscosity, Size : 大)

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review EZGA 3D Scanner Diffuse Reflection Markers for 3D Scanner 10000 Reference Point for 3D Scanning and Optical Tracking for 3D Printing (Color : 6mm10mm General Viscosity, Size : 大)

Product Name: Handheld 3d Scanner Marking PointsHigh-intensity reflection, the device can be recognized instantlyQuick and accurate identification from all angles, easy to clean, and continuous layersColor classification: Inner 6mm and outer 10mm strong viscosity, inner 6mm outer 10mm moderate viscosityColor: silver (high reflective)Quantity: 10,000 per piece

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review EZGA 3D Scanner Diffuse Reflection Markers for 3D Scanner 10000 Reference Point for 3D Scanning and Optical Tracking for 3D Printing (Color : 6mm10mm General Viscosity, Size : 大)

review EZGA 3D Scanner Diffuse Reflection Markers for 3D Scanner 10000 Reference Point for 3D Scanning and Optical Tracking for 3D Printing (Color : 6mm10mm General Viscosity, Size : 大)

Buyer Guide 3D Scanners

3D scanners are an important tool for creating a digital copy of an object to use as a template. They come in all shapes and sizes, from handheld scanners that can copy small objects, to larger scanners that scan large objects, such as standard-sized cars.

  • Consider the object to be scanned (size, shape, material).
  • Consider the purpose of the scan. You may scan an object for personal use, or for a group project, in which case you’ll want to look for scanners that work well for both small and large objects, and that work with different materials.
  • Consider the scanner’s features.
  • Consider your intended environment. For example, if you’re scanning small objects, a handheld scanner may be all you need. But if you’re scanning something large or hard to scan, consider a large scanning device.
  • Consider your budget. Scanners can be pricey, so you’ll want to consider your starting budget when deciding which scanner is right for you.
  • Consider your level of expertise. If you’re just starting out, you may want to invest in a handheld scanner. That’s cheaper than a large scanning device and requires no prior knowledge.
  • Consider support. Some scanners have built-in support, while others don’t. You may want to consider support options if you’re new to 3D scanning.

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

Maintaining 3D scanners is a lot like taking care of any other complex machinery. There are two main parts: the scanning head and the software/controller.
When it comes to the scanning head, there are a few key areas that you’ll want to keep track of:

  • Time: Just like any machine, your 3D scanner has a specific lifespan. Depending on usage, you may be able to get anywhere from 5,000 to 100,000 scans out of it before it starts to break down.
  • Temperature: Just like the average computer, your 3D scanner needs to stay between 65 to 85?F.
  • Dust: Similar to a laptop or desktop computer, dust can build up over time. If it builds up around the scanning head, it can create blurry images or lead to other malfunctions.
  • Compressed Air: Compressed air can be used to clean dust and other gunk out of the scanning head.
  • The Software/Controller: When it comes to a scanner’s software, it’s important to keep it updated. Software updates improve functionality and fix bugs.