Choosing the right device for 3D scanning

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elmesy
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Choosing the right device for 3D scanning

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Hello everyone,

Please advise me on the selection of a 3D scanner for our company, which manufactures door systems for light rail vehicles. We currently use a touch arm to measure and inspect parts, but have found this method to be too slow for our needs. So we are looking for a more modern alternative that will allow us to collect data faster and more accurately.
We are moving into the European market, so I approached a couple of distributors who offer this equipment.

Does anyone have experience with these devices and could possibly share their experience?

Shining3D FreeScan Trio
Simscan 42
Kreon Skyline open
HandySCAN BLACK™|ELITE


Thank you for your time
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Micr0
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Re: Choosing the right device for 3D scanning

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elmesy wrote: 25 Mar 2024, 12:13 Hello everyone,

Please advise me on the selection of a 3D scanner for our company, which manufactures door systems for light rail vehicles. We currently use a touch arm to measure and inspect parts, but have found this method to be too slow for our needs. So we are looking for a more modern alternative that will allow us to collect data faster and more accurately.
We are moving into the European market, so I approached a couple of distributors who offer this equipment.

Does anyone have experience with these devices and could possibly share their experience?

Shining3D FreeScan Trio
Simscan 42
Kreon Skyline open
HandySCAN BLACK™|ELITE


Thank you for your time
Would need more info on what your needs and expectations are. Likewise your budget.

Also have a look at the Shinning 3D freescan
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