Shining 3D launches two wireless portable 3D scanners at IMTS
New Wireless FreeScan X5 & X7 metrology scanners provide up to three hours of continuous operation.
Chinese 3D printer and 3D scanner manufacturer, Shining 3D, has announced the introduction of its first wireless handheld 3D scanners at IMTS 2018 in Chicago.
The new Wireless FreeScan X5 and X7 metrology 3D scanners provide up to three hours of continuous operation and 12 hours of standby time, which Shining 3D believes will make these products ideal for use in challenging large-scale applications in the automotive, aerospace, and mould and die industries.
As SHINING 3D’s first wireless handheld 3D scanners, Shining 3D says its new systems are “redefining the portability of handheld 3D scanners” and giving users an “entirely new 3D scanning experience”.
“SHINING 3D is very excited to bring these new and groundbreaking wireless metrology 3D scanners, the Wireless FreeScan X5 & X7 , to the market. Customers now can enjoy complete freedom of 3D scanning,” said Oscar Meza, VP of Global Sales at Shining 3D. “There is now no need to use cables to connect with computers, thus scanning large-size objects or scanning in challenging conditions become more simple and easier.”
The Wireless FreeScan X5 & X7 scanners are designed to be lightweight and easy to operate.
The Wireless FreeScan X5 & X7 scanners are designed to be lightweight and easy to operate. Scanning at 480,000 points/s at an accuracy if 0.030mm. The scanners incorporate an “AirMaster” wireless computational processor, with a built-in heterogeneous multi-core SOC processor, offers a calculation of image data completely driven by the hardware. Users can benefit from real-time data display direct to a smartphone or tablet, particularly useful when scanning large objects and areas.
The Wireless FreeScan X5 & X7 are now available for pre-order with penned to begin as early as November 2018. Visitors to IMTS this week will be able to try out the new systems on booth 135844 in East Hall, level 3 of Chicago’s McCormick Place.