Structured Light SCanners
Structured light scanners are typically mounted on a tripod and generate a striped or plaid pattern from the scanner’s projectors. The light pattern is projected onto the surface of the object to be scanned and observed by the scanner’s camera or cameras. The scanning software is then able to construct 3D point clouds from the camera images using photogrammetry.
When it comes to speed and data quality, structured light scanners are becoming the preferred scanning method. With better cameras, electronics and processors, new structured scanners can capture higher detail than ever before and work under a wider variety of lighting conditions and surface finishes. Structured light scanners are typically used indoors, though outdoor scanning is possible using a tent or canopy to block direct sunlight.
Evatronix HD Quadro
The Evatronix Heavy Duty Quadro is a rugged, versatile scanner capable of high accuracy and a wide measurement range. It can scan with blue, red or green light. It’s dustproof, water-resistant casing protects the scanner and reduces the need for frequent calibrations. It rivals the best in terms of accuracy and data quality.
Evatronix HD Optima
The Evatronix HD Optima offers high accuracy at an excellent price. With 5MP cameras and long life blue LED source, it is a very versatile and portable scanner. Its rugged construction and simple setup makes it easy to transport. When combined with the optional turntable, it makes a great all-around scanning instrument.
Evatronix HD Basic
The Evatronix Heavy Duty Basic enables you get high end 3D scanning technology at an affordable price. It has a rugged enclosure and is easy to setup, handle and operate. It features a blue light projector and two 1.5MP camperas. It is a great scanning tool for education, R&D, and small business uses.