Equipment Digest’s 2016 Innovation Award Winner!
The enhanced Artec Space Spider is a premium, high-resolution 3D scanner made for CAD users.
Based on blue light technology, the scanner perfectly captures the intricate detail in both small and large objects. Get the accuracy and brilliant color needed for rendering complex geometry. Ideal for precision scanning on small to medium-sized objects.
Related to its namesake, the Artec Space Spider was originally developed to spec for the International Space Station. Powerful temperature stabilization and high-grade electronics enable this 3D scanner to rapidly reach maximum accuracy and ensure long-term repeatability in data capture.
Artec has developed a truly top-of-the-line scanner in the Space Spider.
- Reverse Engineering
- Rapid Prototyping
- Product Design
- 3D documentation
- Custom Designs
3D accuracy: 0.05 mm
3D resolution: 0.1 mm
Object size: Starting from 5 mm
Target-free tracking: Hybrid geometry and color based
3D reconstruction rate: 8 FPS
Scanning Speed: 7.5 fps
Texture Resolution: 1.3 Mpx
Output formats: All popular formats, including STL, OBJ, PLY, BTX
Weight of scanner: 0.8 kg
Light source: blue LED
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