Artec Eva 3D scanner is the ideal choice for those that need to receive a quick, textured and accurate scan. Eva doesn’t require markers or calibration. It captures objects quickly in high resolution and vibrant color, which allows for almost unlimited applications.
Artec™ Eva 3D Scanner is similar to a video camera which captures in 3D. The scanner captures up to 16 frames per second. These frames are aligned automatically in real-time, which make scanning easy and fast. This is especially important for the creation of special effects, medical and biomechanical research. Because of the high quality, Eva’s textured models can be used in such industries as CG/Animation, forensics and medicine.Read More
Artec Spider is a new 3D scanner designed specifically for CAD users and perfect for reverse engineering, product design, quality control and mass production. Together with Artec Studio software, it is a powerful, desktop tool for designers, engineers and inventors of every kind.
Artec Spider is the first handheld 3D scanner for CAD applications. It scans with accuracy of up to 50 microns and resolution of up to 100 microns, meaning that this scanner is most effective when digitizing small-sized objects with intricate details, sharp edges and thin ribs.Read More
3D Expertos Pen:
3D Expertos Pen utilizes the latest 3D printing technology to allow you to draw in the air and design objects just the way you imagine in 3 dimensions.
1. If you are an artist designer, or just a creativity lover.3D Expertos is made for you.
2. 3D Expertos Pen brings your art ideas to reality with user-friendly functions. You can easily control the extrusion speed, temperature and filament, while enjoying the lightweight of only 65g.
3. 3D Expertos is perfect for children aged 8 years and above to provoke their creativity with no limits.Read More
3D printers use a variety of very different types of additive manufacturing technologies. We use various types of additive manufacturing for each application. From FDM printing, where a material is melted and extruded in layers, one upon the other, to SLS printing, where a bed of powder material such as nylon or titanium is hardened layer upon thin layer within it until a model is pulled out of it
3D biometric devices
Our 3D Security System is the first device in the world capable of visually identifying a person as easily as humans identify each other. Identification takes a split second. Walk or even run past, simply glance at the device and it will “remember” and recognize the identity of one of the tens of thousands of previously registered people. Unlike other biometrics, the 3D face doesn’t require direct physical contact or exact positioning in front of the identification device. It identifies walking or even running people regardless of their age or height.
Similar to humans, the device is equipped with a 3D vision system, which “remembers” the unique three-dimensional shape of the face. Unlike human vision, however, the device is able to differentiate nuanced geometry with accuracy of up to fractions of a millimeter, enabling it to tell apart identical twins and making it one of the most accurate biometric devices.Read More
Full power of professional 3D scanning software with Artec Studio which offers 2 different ways of scanning:
1. Scanning with real-time fusion – the software compares 3D frames to find the same geometric features and to stitch these 3D frames together in real time, while you scan.
2. Texture tracker – the software analyzes textural and geometric features that are used to position the frames together, while you scan. Fusion may be done later.Read More
Over the last couple of years, 3D printing has attracted significant media attention. Stories about 3D printed Stradivariuses, undetectable plastic guns, novel building designs, personal miniatures, medical devices and a variety of other 3D printing objects, have become an almost daily occurrence in the mainstream press.
3D printing has been heralded as a technology that will transform the world, with commentators claiming that it could be “bigger than [the] internet” (Financial Times) and “the PC all over again” (The Economist). Even Barack Obama has added his voice to the clamour, stating in his 2013 State of the Union Address that 3D printing “has the potential to revolutionise the way we make almost anything” .Read More