Enlarged Scanning Range
The new EinScan Pro+ scanning range covers 300 x 170 mm, that’s an increase of 1.6 times! Thus, giving you more scan area coverage and quicker capture. Now that’s efficient!
The ability of the EinScan-Pro being used-
in so many different scenarios makes
it a capable scanner of choice.
A new add-on that’s especially targeted for capturing large-size objects. Used during the Handheld Rapid Scan mode, the R² obtains the general geometrical features of the object and aligns scans seamlessly via reference points. This module is available for both the EinScan Pro and EinScan Pro+
3d scanning can be tricky, but we do our best to make a smooth transition into your scanning workflow. Whether this is your first 3d scanner or you are a scanning veteran. We are here to help you with outstanding customer service with your new ScanMaster Plus 3d scanner. Be it free phone support, an online knowledge base or local support centers. We’ve got you covered.
Yes, you won’t get some long distance call center, wait on the line listening to elevator music while your hairs go grey. Our trained team will pick up the phone and sometimes if you’re very lucky on the weekends too.
We also have supports centers in the major centers across the country, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Adelaide.
Minimum Intel i5 – Recommended i7 quad core
Windows 7,8,10 – 64-bit only
Minimum Nvidia GTX 680M with 4GB
2 x free USB 2.0 ports or higher
|Ability to Capture Texture||Yes||Yes|
|Fix Tripod Scanning||No||Yes|
|Marker Point Scan||No||Yes|
|3D Resolution||0.5mm||0.5-2mm available under Rapid Scan Mode
0.2-2mm available under HD Scan Mode
0.16mm under Fix Scan Mode
|3D Point Accuracy||0.1mm||0.3mm under Rapid Scan Mode
0.1mm under HD Scan Mode
0.05mm under Fix Scan Mode
|3D Accuracy over distance||0.03% over 100cm||0.1mm using markers in 100cm, 0.02% over 100cm|
|Light Source||Flash bulb (no laser)||White light LED (no laser)|
|Linear field of View, H x W at closest range||214 x 148mm||183 x 131mm|
|Linear field of View, H x W at furthest range||536 x 371mm||236 x 168mm|
|Angular field of view, H x W||30 × 21°||32 × 18°|
|Video frame rate||Up to 16 fps||Up to 10fps under Rapid Scan Mode
Up to 15fps under HD Scan Mode
|Exposure time||0.0002 sec||0.005 sec|
|Data acquisition speed||2 mil points / sec||0.5 mil points/sec under Rapid Scan Mode
0.09 mil points/sec under HD Scan Mode
1.0 mil points/range under Fix Scan Mode
|Multi Core Processing||Yes||Yes|
|Output Formats||OBJ, PLY, WRL, STL,
AOP, ASCII, Disney
PTX, E57, XYZRGB
|OBJ, STL, ASC, PLY|
|Printable model output||No||Yes|
|Direct Share on Sketchfab||No||Yes|
|Dimensions, H x D x W||262 × 158 × 64 mm||250 × 156 × 46mm|
|Power Consumption||12V, 48W||12V, 40W|
|Interface||1 × USB 2.0, USB 3.0 compatible||2 × USB 2.0, USB 3.0 compatible, (one for scanner, the other for turntable)|
|Processing Capacity||40 million triangles /1 GB RAM||10 million triangles / 1 GB RAM|
|Supported OS||Windows 7, 8 or 10 – x64||Windows 7, 8 or 10 -x64|
|PC||i5 or i7, 12 GB RAM,NVIDIA GeForce 400||i5 or i7, >16 GB RAM, NVIDIA GTX 660 or higher, >2G display memory|
I have used a range of different 3d scanners over the years, including Artec and Go Scan, but the new Einscan Pro certainly delivers. I would say it’s the most affordable industrial scanner on the market to date made by Shining in China. After all, China is the capital of reverse engineering!