If you are looking for a scanner suitable for industrial applications, from reverse engineering, prototyping and virtual reality to quality control, digital archiving, inspection and maintenance, these machines will do the job well and come with extremely powerful software to download.

What is Optima+M

Polish 3D scanner manufacturer Evatronix is ​​new to our list, but they have been making scanners since 2008. In July, eviXscan’s latest 3D scanner, the 3D Optima+M, became available and is worth checking out. Let’s have a look at the detailed Evatronix EviXscan Optima+M review.

Optima+M replaces the Evatronix Heavy Duty Optima and is designed to accurately scan medium-sized objects (7 cm to 1 m) for reverse engineering, non-contact quality control and rapid prototyping. It’s also faster than its predecessor and has almost twice the scan area.

According to the company, Optima+M provides a high scanning dot density (117 dots/mm2) and its accuracy reaches an incredible 0.009mm.

Earlier this year, Evatronix launched its eviXscan 3D FinePrecision 3D scanner, primarily designed for high-precision scanning of small parts. The scanner is designed to meet the needs of watchmakers, jewelers and medical professionals involved in prosthetics and implants, and can also be used in quality control and preventive maintenance applications. Optima+M integrates with robotic measuring systems from Universal Robots, HAN*S and Kuka robots.

The company’s eviXscan portfolio consists of a range of fixed desktop 3D scanners suitable for a variety of engineering applications. According to the company, the Optima+M has also reduced the distance between the scanner and the object being scanned to make it easier to work with the device.

Evatronix has eliminated the need for an HDMI cable in its latest version: only a USB 3.0 cable is needed to connect the scanner to a computer. The company also offers the eviXscan 3D Suite software, which facilitates autoexposure scanning, automatic removal of markers (targets) during scanning, removal of the turntable surface and areas outside the scanned object.

EVATRONIX eviXscan Heavy Duty QUADRO 3D Scanner Specifications

– Rotary table

– Type of light: blue LED

— Number and type of cameras: 4 x 5 megapixels.

– Scanning accuracy according to DE VDI / VDE2634 Part 2, 4.1 Ps: 0.013 mm (narrow) to 0.035 mm (wide)

– Scan time: 5 seconds

– Measuring range (wide): 370 x 265 x 150 mm

– Measuring range (narrow): 210 x 145 x 90 mm

– Grid density (narrow): 50 pt/mm2

– Mesh Density (Wide): 161 pt/mm2

– Connection to a computer: USB 3.0 + HDMI

– Output formats: stl, ply, obj, asc, bin

– Minimum hardware requirements: Windows 7 (64-bit), 16 GB RAM, i5 processor

— Software: eviXscan, evixscan 3D Suite

– Scanner (L x W x H): 520 x 280 x 95 mm

— Scanner on stand: 1000 x 1000 x 1000 mm

– Scanner weight: 7 kg

– Working temperature: from + 10 ° C to + 30 ° C

– Power supply: 110/230 V, 2.5 A, 50/60 Hz

— Degree of protection: IP62

– Power: 50 W

Benefits of Heavy Duty Scanners

– high quality lenses and cameras

– Certified accuracy according to VDI / VDE 2634 Part 2, 4.1 Ps

– high mechanical stability of the optics due to the use of carbon fiber in the construction

– powerful light source in Power LED technology

– two scanning ranges in one device

— complete system in a mobile case

– high resistance to dust and moisture

– low power consumption

– the possibility of self-calibration

To sum up

The 3D scanner was produced by the Polish company Evatronix S.A. in 2015. The instrument is used to measure the accuracy of a manufactured part. The 3D scanner makes a measurement in just 5 seconds, thanks to the installed 4 cameras with a matrix of 5 megapixels each. Along with the scanner, a turntable and precision analysis software for the manufactured part (with a control computer) are available, which can be used to replace the coordinate machine and measuring arm. The advantage of the Evatronix Evixscan 3d Heavy Duty 3D Scanner is its wide application and the ability to use it, for example, in production lines, steel mills, foundries and even underground! The scanner works perfectly with our milling center EVERRICHO ER VMC 1680 LB.

Evatronix Evixscan pricing

When buying a 3D scanner with our EVERRICHO ER VMC 1680 LB vertical machining center, the price is negotiable. As for Evatronix Evixscan 3d price, it starts with $30,000. If you wonder Evatronix Evixscan 3d where to buy, pay attention to professional online stores.

A professional 3D scanner designed for reverse engineering, non-contact quality control and rapid prototyping of medium-sized objects.

The solution optimally combines the key parameters for the user: high measurement accuracy (up to 0.0183 mm), high density of spatial points (95 pt / mm²) and a wide measurement range (250 mm x 170 mm x 120 mm) with an extremely attractive purchase price and implementation of the complete system.

The scanner is ideal for companies with projects that require high-precision measurements, whose limited budget does not allow them to invest in more complex solutions or drastically reduce the functionality of the system.

The scanner uses two high-quality 5-megapixel cameras and a powerful blue LED light source, characterized by low power consumption (20W) and reduced heat generation, which greatly extends the service life of the device. In addition, blue light has the lowest refractive index, which minimizes optical distortion that can affect measurement quality.

Peter

Have experience in writing for big hi-tech magazines. I love new technologies and I always want to be on the cutting edge. That’s why I write about them – to share my experience with other people who are interested in this stuff like me.

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