3D Scanner

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STONE400 allows the execution of copies of the pieces to reproduce or restore that are identical to the original ones, preserving workmanship and finishing. The software included is very simple, intuitive and and helps manage the project freely and quickly performing enlargements, reductions, revelings and advanced editing of the scanned model. The STONE400 scanner together with number control machinery will enable you to create your art project quickly, preserving a high finishing standard ad extreme care in the details, ensuring perfect streamlining of the final product and production cost ratio.

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CAD ModelKit

Technical Details:

Accuracy STONE400 guarantees maximum scan quality and minute detail perception, especially when you have to scale your model.Single capture measurement and relevant max detail ±0,1 mm.
Area

The 3D scan is the result of the combination of different 3D photos.

3D single scan area: 400 x 400 x 330 mm

Method Moving  the piece and/or the scanner to capture the model from different angles.Single scan merging is automatic and in real-time. The management SW generates the 3D model (.STL- .OBJ triangle mesh)
Hardware
  • Light source: LED
  • TV cameras: 1.3 MPX
  • Capture time: <4s
  • Dimensions: 400 x 250 x 125
  • Sensor weight: 5Kg
  • LCD projector
Software

REVENG STONE (Open Technologies srl)

  • Streamlined scanner management interface
  • Tool set for the scanned 3D model management
  • Standard format file export for tool path generation
  • Digital archives generation

Additional software: Geomagic Wrap

Kit Supplied right from the start with everything needed to perform the scan:

  • Scanner optical head
  • Management scanning sw
  • Tripod for moving and positioning the optical head
  • Trolley equipped with a pull out handle to transport the scanner
  • All you need is a 4-hour course to be able to perform a 3D scan on your own

Application Areas:

  • Footwear
  • Automotive
  • Toys
  • Wood
  • Eyewear
  • Moulds
  • Packaging
  • Glass
  • Weaponry
  • Design
  • Marble