eviXscan Optima+M 3D Scanner

Optima+m 3d scanner

New eviXscan Optima+M 3D Scanner 

eviXscan Optima+ M 3D Scanner has just been introduced. It is distinguished by very high accuracy and high speed. The latest eviXscan 3D brand scanner replaces Heavy Duty Optima model.

Optima+M is a designed for precise scanning of medium-sized objects: from 7 cm to 1 m. In comparison to eviXscan 3D Heavy Duty Optima, the time of taking a single scan with Optima+M is 4X faster around 1.2 seconds. The scanning area is also increased (by 43% compared to the previous model): a single scan made by Optima+ can collect measurement data from a volume of 320 x 190 x 120 mm. Despite the extension of the scanning range, the high quality of the scans is maintained. Optima+M scanner provides a high density of scanning points (117 pts/mm2), and its accuracy ranges 0.009 mm (parameter Ps in accordance with the VDI/VDE guideline 2634 Part 2). This is the result of using high-speed 7-megapixel cameras and projector using modern DLP chipset that allow to achieve more accurate measurement results despite the increased scanning range.

Optima M

Compared to its predecessor, Optima+M has a reduced distance between scanner and the scanned object, which facilitates the operation of the measuring device. Configuration of Optima+M is more straight forward thanks to the elimination of HDMI cable – only USB 3.0 cable is necessary to connect the scanner to the computer. As all eviXscan 3D scanners, Optima+M is supported in scanning process by numerous accessories delivered with the scanner or available as options.

Due to its light, compact design and ease of integration, Optima+M can be used in robotized measurement systems. Our engineers has already developed software that supports scanner integration with Universal Robots, HAN*S and Kuka cobots/robots. It guarantees efficient system implementation and easy operation. Optima+ as a universal scanner, with excellent value for money, can also be successfully used in reverse engineering, non-contact quality control or rapid prototyping.

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