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SOL PRO is one of the most accurate 3D desktop scanners for small & mid-size objects. The SOL PRO 3D scanner is small and lightweight and uses a combination of laser triangulation and white light technology.3D scans are viewed directly on your computer using the included SOL PRO software and can be exported and further edited or measured in various third party 3D software.
Recommended to inspection engineers, entrepreneurs, educators, makers, hobbyists.
SOL PRO Creator that delivers finished 3D scanning results with no need for manual alignment or removing of unwanted artefacts from the scans. Aligning up to 5 scanning passes and meshing are fully automated. The intuitive software includes an innovative option for optimized scanning of objects with dark or partially dark surfaces. And, if your object has trouble finding a stable position on the turntable, just tick the "Unstable object" box.
SOL PRO Viewer software lets you view the 3D scanned models in different renderings and export to various third-party 3D software for further editing, measuring or 3D printing.
View the 3D model examples from objects scanned on the SOL PRO 3D scanner.
Quick plunger clamp
This is a SOL PRO 3D scanning of a metal plunger clamp. The object is approx. 80x60x20 mm. The metal is 2.5 mm thick, measured at the foot. Metal is typically too shiny to be 3D scanned successfully, so this object was first scanned with a thin layer of 3D developer spray.
Courthouse model, 3 scanning passes
A SOL PRO 3D scanning of a courthouse model approximately 50x60x30 mm. The scanning was performed with three scanning passes in high accuracy scanning mode with the scanner set in near position.Dark or black surfaces are known to be tricky to scan, and some 3D scanners may perceive them as shiny or even transparent. You will notice that SOL PRO performs very well with dark details.
Courthouse model, 1 scanning pass
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