which 3d scanner?

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erol
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which 3d scanner?

Post by erol »

We are planning to take 3d scanner for our company (max 10000$)

We are interested in EinScan Pro 2X 3d scanner. İs there any one using this 3d scanner?

Which one? HP Pro S3 with dual camera or EinScan Pro 2X. Do you have another 3d scanner that you advice?

We scan vehicle pistons dia 60mm to dia 170mm. Accuracy must max 0.05mm
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Alonso
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Re: which 3d scanner?

Post by Alonso »

Have you looked into the scanners by polyga?

https://www.polyga.com

They use Flexscan3D, another well developed 3d scanning software
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Re: which 3d scanner?

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I've played around with the EinScan (not the 2x). It works but I found the calibration to be a PIA. That said David seems more sensitive to calibration errors. The EinScan is convenient in that its a hand held but I find David to be far more flexible and captures much more detail. Once set up for a particular job Again I find David to be faster. The capture rate on the EinScan isn't very fast. By comparison my Artec Eva was easily 3x faster, if not quite as good at some of the finer detail. I guess it depends on what you want to scan most.
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Re: which 3d scanner?

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In case, if you are looking to buy a 3D scanner at a competitive price then Revopoint POP 2 can be the best choice.

Apart from this Revopoint 3d scanner, Creality CR-Scan 01 can also be the best budget 3d scanner in my view.
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Re: which 3d scanner?

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From this list, the HP Pro S3 is completely obsolete, if you are interested in SLS - look at the Shining Transcan C
Soft: RangeVision DIY, Calibration panel/Rotary tables - RangeVision, Prj: LG PF1500G, Cam: Daheng Mercury MER2-630-60U3M-L (USB3.0, monochrome) x2, Obj: ZLKC FM12036MP5 (F2.8/5Mp/12-36mm) x2. And a handheld scanner Creality Ferret
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Re: which 3d scanner?

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next_thing wrote: 28 May 2023, 01:42 Apart from this Revopoint 3d scanner, Creality CR-Scan 01 can also be the best budget 3d scanner in my view.
I have Creality Lizard and Creality Ferret - neither of which I can call a decent scanner (and if you can still use third-party software from 3DMakerPro for Lizard, which is more "advanced" compared to what Creality offers, it also allows use the Lizard as a mobile scanner by connecting it to a smartphone). Ferret is currently extremely "raw" (its software provides the minimum possible functionality both on a PC and on a smartphone).
Despite the very low price of Lizard (it cost me USD400) and Ferret (USD300), it is really better to pay attention to Revopoint products (POP2 or Range) in this case.
Soft: RangeVision DIY, Calibration panel/Rotary tables - RangeVision, Prj: LG PF1500G, Cam: Daheng Mercury MER2-630-60U3M-L (USB3.0, monochrome) x2, Obj: ZLKC FM12036MP5 (F2.8/5Mp/12-36mm) x2. And a handheld scanner Creality Ferret
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Re: which 3d scanner?

Post by erol »

Thanks for the reply. But I opened this topic 4 years ago :D .
I currently have 3 scanners
1-Diy flexscan3d
2-Thunk fisherS 3d handheld scanner.
3-Einscan Hx
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Re: which 3d scanner?

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Topic locked. No need to resurrect really old posts ;-)
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