Monday, December 12, 2005

Simple 3D Scanner

Roland Advanced Solutions Division (ASD) introduced the LPX-600 desktop 3D laser scanner. With the touch of a button, the LPX-600 samples an object, scans it, and automatically generates a detailed model with a watertight surface.
The LPX-600 comes complete with LPX EZ Studio reverse engineering software. This integrated hardware/software system is an ideal 3D capture solution for all popular CAD/CAM and animation applications.
The LPX-600 can scan objects up to 16 inches tall and 10 inches in diameter. It uses an advanced non-contact laser sensor to quickly generate precise models with a 0.008 inch scanning resolution.
The software supports a wide range of data output formats, including STL, PIX and 3DM. STL files are used by the industry’s most popular rapid prototyping systems, including those manufactured by Roland, 3D Systems, Stratasys, Z-Corp and Solidscape.

The LPX-600, with bundled LPX EZ Studio software, is shipping now with a list price of $11,995.

Roland DGA - Press Release


Anonymous Cristobal said...

This seems cheap. Is this the least expensive 3D scanner out there? (Not counting the homemade ones)

12/12/2005 10:53:00 AM  
Anonymous Cristobal said...

I bet you'd get a funny scan if you stuck a small animal in there.

12/12/2005 11:22:00 AM  

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