ScanMaster Plus

Professional 3D scanning on your desktop

Using a 3D Scanner just got easier, the ScanMaster Plus features automatic rotation stitching. You simply put your object on the turntable, click scan. Once a 360 scan has been captured, then flip the object over to capture the objects underside and click continue. The result is a complete watertight STL file that is ready for 3D printing.

Two Scan Modes

The ScanMaster features two scan modes for 3D scanning. Turntable mode allows you to capture objects under 200 x 200 x 200 mm with automatic rotational stitching. Free scan mode allows you to mount the camera onto a tripod (tripod not included) and 3D scan larger objects up to 700 x 700 x 700 mm.


ScanMaster Plus 3D Scanner

High Precision

There is no other 3D scanner on the market that can achieve the precision and ease of use as the ScanMaster Plus for its price point. The scan detail is on par with expensive industrial 3D scanners but at a fraction of the cost.

Easy to use

There is no other 3D Scanner that is so easy to use as the new ScanMaster Plus with it’s innovative auto stitching (the hardest job for any 3D Scanner operator is to manually align each scan). The clever 3D Scan software that comes with your 3D Scanner does the heaving lifting and makes it easy to use. 3D Scanning in the past has been a very complex and time-consuming procedure, but with the new ScanMaster Plus and included software makes it easy work to capture quality 3D models.

Sample 3D Scans

Accuracy ± 0.1 mm
Maximum scan volume Automatic scan: 200 x 200 x 200mm / Free scan: 700 x 700 x 700 mm
Scan speed Automatic scan: <3 mins / Free scan: <10s (single range)
Point distance(mm) 0.17 mm ~0.2 mm – That’s a super fine detail of 170 micron!
Alignment method Automatic alignment / Manual alignment
Scan mode Automatic scan or Free scan
Resolution 1.3 Megapixel
Light source Structured White light
Scanner dimension Without packaging: scanner head size 246 x 126 x 60mm/ turntable 246 x 260 x 65 mm with packing 630 x 400 x 180 mm
Power AC input 100V~230V, 50W
Weight Without packaging 3.5 kg, with packing 5.7 kg
Software Included 3D scanning software, works with Windows 7 (64 bit) Windows 8 (64 bit) Windows 10 (64 bit) only
Hardware 1x USB 2.0 – The camera requires a USB 2.0 port
1x USB 2.0/3.0
Warranty 12 month return to base
Unboxing time to 3D scan 15 minutes

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.

In a timezone close to you

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.

For all your drivers, manuals, replacement parts and expert help, we have got you covered.

Five Tips to Help Your 3D Scanning

1. Set up your projector properly

The projector should appear as Monitor 2 in the Screen Resolution window. The projector is an active monitor on your PC – opening other windows on, or moving windows to, Monitor 2 will interfere with scanning. Monitor 2 should be set to these parameters:
– Resolution: 800 x 600, minimum
– Orientation: Landscape
– Multiple Displays: Extend these displays
– Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
– Monitor 2 must be to the right of Monitor 1, with the tops of the two aligned


2. Check your display power settings

Don’t let your computer fall asleep on the job. Set your display power settings to “Never”, or pick a timeout setting that is more than sufficient to complete your scan. (Most scans take less than 3 minutes.)

3. Remember to calibrate

Calibrating your scanner ensures that the software knows the relative positions of the cameras to the scanner bed. You will need to calibrate when first setting up your scan, and also if the scanner head or turntable is moved.You may need to re-calibrate if the meshing is not succeeding, or if the object does not appear correctly in the image of the turntable on your monitor.


4. Control ambient lighting

Ambient light levels affect your scan. Generally, low light levels are good (for texture scans, very low light levels), but in some cases a little more ambient light can make a big difference. Experiment with the amount of light, and the position of the light source, until you get the best results.

5. A word about black

This scanning technology is based on the refection of light. Black is a color that absorbs light. If your object, or a portion of it, is black you may be able to improve your scan by brushing the black surface with a light dusting of baby powder (talc) or cornstarch. If you need to prop up your item, or stabilize it in some way, black supports are the way to go – they will not appear in your scan.

From AU$1,132


Price excludes GST

Order from your local reseller Australia or New Zealand wide.

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Are you ready for the ultimate 3D Scanning experience?

  • Using ScanMaster Plus you can quickly turn a wide range of objects into 3D models, faster and with high quality right on your desk. Pair that with the powerful easy to use reconstruction software and you have yourself a winning combination.

    Mark Stolten
    Senztek Ltd