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EinScan -SE
  • EinScan -SE
  • EinScan -SE
  • EinScan -SE

EinScan-SE

The next generation Einscan-SE is a powerful entry level desktop scanning solution with automatic calibration and one click scanning. Choose from 2 scanning modes for automated turntable scans or individual scans of larger objects.
$1,299.00
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iMakr's Verdict

The Einscan-SE is an entry level desktop 3D scanner that will get you scanning in no time. The easy to use software allows for automatic callibration and one-click scanning. The integrated turntable is pre-calibrated and makes full 360 degree scans as easy as clicking a button. A full 360 degree scan completes in under 2 minutes using the turntable while an individual scan completes in under 8 seconds. The SE uses structured light technology to project a series of light patterns onto the object which distort to show the shape.


**For higher speed and accuracy scanning see the Einscan SP**

Key Features

  • Fast Scans: Complete individual scans in 8 seconds and full 360 scans in 2 minutes.
  • Capture Fine Detail: Use structured light scanning technology to capture intricate details.
  • Share Easily: One click file uploads
  • Automated Software: Easily calibrate, scan, mesh and make watertight.

In the Box
  • Einscan-SE
  • Power cable
  • Calibration board
  • Turntable
EINS00023

Data sheet

Calibration
Standard
Weight
2.5KG
Light Source
White Light
Dimensions
570 × 210 × 210 mm
Power Supply
50 w
Mode of Alignment
Feature; Manual / Turntable; Manual
Single Shot Accuracy
≤0.1 mm
Minimum Scan Volume
30 × 30 × 30 mm
Maximum Scan Volume
Fixed Scan: 700×700×700mm / Auto Scan: 200×200×200mm
Range of Single Capture
200 x 150 mm
Scan Speed
Fixed Scan: less than 8s / Auto Scan: less than 2 mins
Connectivity
1 × USB 2.0 or 3.0
Software Compatibility
Nvidia graphics card at least 1Gb; Win 7, Win 8 or Win 10(64-bit); Dual core i5 or higher; at least 8Gb RAM
Input Voltage / Power
DC:12 v, 3.33 A

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