Tuesday September 23, 2014

New scanner for small part 3D scanning

threeRivers 3D, Inc., a manufacturer of standard and custom 3D imaging systems, introduced the LC-2-MACRO. This scanner was developed for 3D scanning small parts such as dental molds, hearing aid impressions, jewelry and other highly detailed parts.

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“The addition of this scanner to our product line provides our customers with even more flexibility,” commented threeRivers 3D President & CEO Mike Formica. “It was developed in direct response to their request for an affordable 3D scanner specifically engineered for small parts scanning.”

It has a working volume of 4 in. x 3 in. x 3 in. and a point spacing of 80 µm, enabling it to capture very fine details. Sharing the same state-of-the-art high-speed architecture as the LC-2, the –MACRO version has a scan time of 5 seconds for a single view, a resolution of 1.2 million points and includes an automated rotary turntable for fast, easy 360 degree scanning.

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Actual scan of a penny with the LC-2-MACRO scanner

 

An Ethernet interface makes the scanner simple to setup and configure and provides fast, reliable data transfer. It weighs less than 5 lb, and easily fits on a desktop or can be integrated into a process line; its light weight, small form factor and tripod mount make it suitable for remote scanning jobs.

threeRivers 3D, Inc.
www.3rivers3d.com

 

Source: :: Make Parts Fast ::