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3D Scanners

1) Matter & Form MFS1V1

Setup: Stationary/desktop, can be folded for

Scan Accuracy: details within 0.43mm; size
within 0.25mm
Scanning technology: HD CMOS sensor + 2
Software: Matter and Form Scan
Max object size and weight: 25cm high,
18cm diameter, 3kg
3D Scanner Price: $519.99
Video demonstration:

360-degree rotating platform and a dual laser camera head attached to a Zaxis

Collects more than 2,000 capture points per second at 0.42mm resolution,
resulting in highly accurate 3D scans in as little as five minutes, or highdefinition scans in ten

Pros: Price, Scan quality, Portability, Ease-of-use

Cons: Limit on object size, Quality of construction

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2) BQ Ciclop 3D Scanner

Setup: Desktop
Scan Accuracy: 0.5mm
Scanning Technology: Rotational Laser
Software: Horus open software
Scan Size: 250 x 205 mm
3D Scanner Price: 231.97 $
Video demonstration:

3D rotational laser triangulation scanner that uses two lasers projected over
an object to capture its geometry and texture

Open source ecosystem

Pros: Price, Ease-of-use, Reliability, Open Source

Cons: Extremely limit on object size

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3) Fuel3D Scanify 3D Scanner

Setup: Handheld
Operating range: 350-450mm
Scan Accuracy: 350 microns (0.25 mm)
Scan Resolution: 210 x 300mm
Scanning Technology: Fusion of
stereoscopic and photometric data
Software: Fuel3D Studio Starter
Scan Size: 210 x 300 mm (400mm diagonal)
3D Scanner Price: $1,195$
Video demonstration:

Dual-laser, pre-calibrated stereo camera that can capture 3D images with

photometric imaging in as little as one tenth of a second

Captures detail down to 350 microns, or 0.25mm, and make the scan
available within 30 seconds

That type of accuracy makes it ideal for capturing human faces, fabric
textures, or natural elements such as flowers etc

Pros: Incredibly fast, Accurate, Simplistic

Cons: Diminished viewing angle will not permit entire 360 degree scans

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4) Occipital Structure Sensor (for IPAD)

Setup: Handheld
Scan Range: 40cm 3.5m
Scan Accuracy: 4mm
Scan Resolution: 0.5mm
Software: Includes free access to
Structure SDK
Scanning Technique: Structured light
3D Scanner Price: $379
Video demonstration:

3D scanning of objects and people, 3D maps of interior spaces, and even

augmented reality experiences

Ideal for 3D scanning an entire room or relatively simple forms, however

not-so-ideal for capturing highly detailed objects if you intend to 3D print

Pros: Price, Ease-of-use, Reliability

Cons: iPad required, Scan quality of smaller items

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5) XYZPrinting Da Vinci 1.0 AiO 3D Printer + Scanner

Setup: Desktop
Scan Accuracy/Resolution: 0.25mm
Scanning Technology: Slit Laser
Software: XYZware
Scan Size: 15 x 15 cm
3D Scanner Price: $799
Video demonstration:

The entire process from 3D scanning to 3D printing happens in three totally

intuitive and inclusive steps:
1- place your object on the scanning turntable
2- edit the 3D scan using the bundled XYZscan software,
3- print it on the plug-and-play FFF 3D printer

Pros: Price, Easy to use software, two technologies for the price of one,
Scan quality
Cons: Calibration issues, Speed

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6) Cubify Sense 3D Scanner

Setup: Handheld
Scanning range: 0.35mm-3m
Scan Accuracy: 1.0mm
Scan resolution: 0.9mm
Software: Cubify software
Scan Volume: 0.2 x 0.2 x 0.2m (min) to 3 x
3 x 3m (max)
3D Scanner Price: $399
Video demonstration:

Great option for those who need versatility, portability, and ease of use.

Dual lasers that perform object recognition, offering a more-than-decent

maximum resolution of 0.9mm and an accuracy of 1mm

The new Sense software upgrade improves tracking capacities and can scan
at 25 frames per second.

Pros: Price, portability, user-friendly, accuracy, versatility, precision

Cons: No built-in battery needs to be connected via USB to either a tablet
or laptop while use.