3D Scanners

3D scanners turn physical objects into their three-dimensional (3D) representations, without any contact. Traditional cameras and scanners capture a two-dimensional (2D) image. Whereas 3D scanners capture, height, width, and depth of an object, and potentially other aspects such as colour.
This information is used to turn these objects into 3D data on your computer. With 3D scanners, you can choose an object and, with the help of a 3D printer, print it back out within few hours. So you can recreate accurate-scale models of existing things, such as sculptures or body parts.

Uses of 3D scanners:
• Catalogues
• Gaming
• Prototyping and designing
• Automotive
• Construction
• Fixing or modifying household items
• Manufacturing product parts
• Medicine
• 3D printing
• General purpose 3D renderings
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RS Stock No. 847-6935
Mfr. Part No.MFS1V1
£432.00
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- 340.5 x 210 x 340.5mm Matter and Form OBJ, PLY, STL, XYZ 1.7kg 0.43mm 0.25mm 180 x 250mm - 3kg USB
RS Stock No. 799-0480
Mfr. Part No.350470
Brand3D Systems
£339.67
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Yes 129 x 178 x 33mm Sense 2 3D OBJ, PLY, STL 590g 1mm 3mm 3 x 3mm 0.2 x 0.2mm - USB