Artec Eva 3D Handheld Scanner
Fast 3D scanner for professionals
This structured-light 3D scanner is the ideal choice for making a quick, textured and accurate 3D model of medium-sized objects, such as a human bust, an alloy wheel, or a motorcycle exhaust system. It scans quickly, capturing precise measurements in high resolution, which allows for almost unlimited applications, without the use of additional equipment.
Light, fast and versatile, it is the most popular Artec scanner and a market leader in handheld 3D scanners. Based on safe-to-use structured light scanning technology, Eva is an excellent all-round solution for capturing objects of almost any kind, including objects with black and shiny surfaces.
Artec Eva’s ease of use, speed and precision make it an essential tool for rapid prototyping for industrial design and manufacturing, accident or crime scene investigation, architecture, design, healthcare, science and more.
Key Features of Artec Eva
The scanner is lightweight (0.85 kg) and portable when used with a tablet and the Artec battery pack. Other key features include:
- Fast scanning speed, capturing and processing up to 2 million points per second
- High 3D resolution, up to 0.5 millimeters
- High accuracy, up to 0.1 millimeter
- Full-color scanning capability
- Easy point-and-shoot with no need for targets and calibration
How Does It Work?
Artec Eva is able to read both the geometry and color of the object being scanned. As a result, it collects two sets of data to create a fast, accurate 3D model in three easy steps:
- Scan the object
- Fuze and optimize
- Texturize and export
Named the best 3D scanner under $50,000 by iReviews, Artec Eva uses laser-free technology with white structured light, making it safe to use for scanning people as well as inanimate objects. In fact, Artec Eva was even used to scan Barack Obama and help make the first 3D portrait of an American president.
Several scanners can be bundled together and synced to scan larger objects automatically.
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