Based on two color or monochrome cameras capable of 700 fps each, the Polyga H3 3D scanner creates digital 3D models from 10 cm up to 1.8 m in length. The point and shoot system uses structured light technology to produce up to 1.5 million points per scan with an accuracy of up to 80 µm per scan. It provides a field of view of 205 x 112 to 455 x 252 mm and point-to-point distance of 0.5 mm or better. The FlexScan3D 3D scanning engine controls the unit from capture to post-processing.
Designed as a hybrid scanner, the Polyga H3 3D scanner can also be used in stationary mode, mounted on a tripod with an optional rotary table for automated 3D scanning that is hands free with no need for calibration.
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Headquarters: Vancouver, Canada
Product: Polyga H3 3D scanner
Key Features: 700 fps, 3D models from 10 cm up to 1.8 m in length, 80 µm accuracy per scan, 205 x 112 to 455 x 252 mm FoV, point-to-point distance of 0.5 mm or better.
What Polyga says: View more information on the Polyga H3 3D scanner.
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