EinScan Pro 2X

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The EinScan Pro 2X is a multifunctional handheld 3D scanner designed for a wide range of applications, including reverse engineering, quality control, design, and healthcare. Here's some text about it:

Key features:

  • High accuracy and speed: It boasts a scanning accuracy of 0.04mm and can capture up to 1,500,000 data points per second, ensuring precise and detailed scans.
  • Versatility: With two scanning modes (Handheld HD Scan and Handheld Rapid Scan), it can tackle objects of various sizes and complexities. The Handheld HD Scan is ideal for small to medium objects with intricate details, while the Rapid Scan mode is better suited for larger objects, capturing them quickly and efficiently.
  • Portability: Weighing around 1-2 kg, it's compact and lightweight, making it easy to use on-site or in different workspaces.
  • User-friendly software: The included software is intuitive and easy to navigate, even for beginners. It allows for scan processing, mesh editing, and exporting to various file formats.

Applications:

  • Reverse engineering: Accurately capture the geometry of existing objects for redesign or repair.
  • Quality control: Inspect parts for defects and ensure they meet design specifications.
  • Design: Create digital models of objects for 3D printing, animation, or other creative applications.
  • Healthcare: Capture body parts for prosthetics, orthotics, or other medical applications.

Here are some additional points to consider:

  • There is also a Plus version, the EinScan Pro 2X Plus, which offers an enlarged scan range and enhanced Handheld HD Scan mode, making it suitable for even larger objects.
  • The price of the EinScan Pro 2X varies depending on the configuration and retailer, but it generally starts around €4,000.
  • Before purchasing, it's crucial to consider your specific needs and budget to determine if the EinScan Pro 2X is the right scanner for you.

Discover the world of the EinScan Pro 2X, where precision and innovation come together. This 3D scanner is designed with precise specifications to provide high-powered scanning capabilities for incredible accuracy. The costs of this device are justified by its ability to handle various materials like plastic, metal, and ceramic, delivering detailed and consistent results. Experience the scanning process and explore its special features that enhance user experience. EinScan Pro 2X prioritizes safety with its user-friendly interface and sturdy design, ensuring a secure and efficient scanning environment.

How to

To understand how to use the EinScan Pro 2X 3D scanner, follow these 3 steps. Look at the 3D scanning main page to find more designs and learn how to create 3D models from your scans:

  1. Preparation of the scanner
  2. Calibration in shinning 3D
  3. Installation of the scanner and preperation of the object
  4. Scanning of the object
  5. Processing the scan

Videos

EinScan Pro 2X tutorials

Down below you will find our tutorials about the use of the EinScan Pro 2X 3D scanner. These tutorials provide insights and step-by-step guides to help you achieve the best scanning results.

Handheld scan guide with EinScan Pro 2X

Fixed scan guide with EinScan Pro 2X

Help

The Help section in our EinScan Pro 2X Guide serves as a comprehensive resource, offering additional insights to enhance your 3D scanning experience. Dive into these valuable resources to navigate the intricacies of 3D scanning, ensuring a smooth and successful journey with your EinScan Pro 2X.

Tips and tricks:

Here are some 3D scanning tips and tricks that might help you scan more efficiently and with better quality at the same time!

  • Dirty lens: A dirty lens can influence the scanning quality. When less quality is noted, please inform a technician, as they will clean it for you since it's a very delicate task that requires precision to avoid any potential damage to the lens.
  • Optimal lighting: Ensure that the scanning area is well-lit with even lighting to avoid shadows and reflections, which can affect the scan quality.
  • Stabilizing objects: Use stabilizing materials like putty or foam to hold the object in place during scanning, preventing any movement that could cause distortions.
  • Avoid reflective surfaces: If scanning objects with reflective surfaces, use a matte spray to coat the object temporarily, reducing reflections that could interfere with the scan.
  • Detail enhancement: For objects with fine details, use the high-resolution mode on the EinScan Pro 2X to capture every intricate feature.

Troubleshooting

Whether you're a novice or an experienced user, this section is dedicated to addressing common issues through effective troubleshooting strategies. Below are the most common 3D scanning issues, each accompanied by the cause of the problem and a corresponding guide on how to resolve it.

  • Incomplete scans: If parts of the object are missing in the scan, try adjusting the angle or distance of the scanner. Ensure all areas of the object are covered during the scanning process.

Maintenance (staff only)

Ensuring the long-term reliability and optimal performance of the 3D scanner requires consistent maintenance. Explore the following essential tasks to keep the scanner in top condition: Note that these will mostly be done by employees who are taught how to perform these tasks to avoid any potential damage.

  • Cleaning: Regularly clean the scanner lens and sensors to ensure accurate scans.
  • Calibration: Perform periodic calibration of the scanner to maintain precision and accuracy.
  • Software updates: Keep the EinScan software up to date to benefit from the latest features and improvements.

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