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#1

I’m looking to buy a 3d scanner for the new year. A Einstart 3d Scanner looks to be what I might want to get but I was wondering if anyone may be aware of other scanners under $1500 that could match or do better than what the einstart is capable of for resolution?

I’ve read the article on the pinshape blog but a lot of those seem to have some major drawbacks or poor resolution compared to what I’ve seen videos of the Einstart is capable of doing.


#2

I’ve been researching 3d scanning and photogrammetry for almost a year now. Einstart has the historical technical expertise to produce a quality product. They’ve managed to offer a scanner at 1/2 the price, double the resolution, and less workflow than other scanners costing 2-3X as much. It still not perfect, stitching multiple scans might still be a challenge, and bed size is limiting, but looks great for a hobbyist/entry-level piece of scanning equipment.

As for larger scanning:

  • Nothing affordable looks good yet.
  • XYZPrinting just released a $200 hand-held, but their reputation is too tarnished to even consider trying it, and reviews are already coming back as negative.
  • Autodesk Momento looks like it will emerge has the premiere photogrammetry application.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eoZ9I7AvVEU

#3

Sorry for late reply. I have no more idea on it. Recently I just took service from Iannone3D, which provides best 3D Printing and scanning Services in the New Jersey area. Thanks a lot.


#4

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