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Introducing the fastest, most accurate, long-range 3D scanner on the market - The Artec Ray.
The Artec Ray utilizes LIDAR technology to create fast, accurate data capture of large scale objects, such as buildings, ships, and wind turbines. User-friendly design and advanced scanning capabilities allow for simple setup, quick data capture, clean data, easy post-processing.
Fast Scans, Clean Data
Compared to other 3D laser scanners, the ultra-high precision of the laser scans allows for the cleanest data capture, keeping post-processing to a minimum. On top of the incredible clean scan data, the Artec captures 3D scans at lightning quick speeds.
Scan and Go
Save time with no hassle, user-friendly setup! Just connect the light-weight Artec Ray to a tripod and begin scanning.
Ideal for: indoor and outdoor scanning, reverse engineering, 3D documentation, inspection, and construction.
- Lidar Technology
- Submillimeter distance precision
- Accurate up 110 m away
- Scan large-scale objects: buildings, airplanes, wind turbines, etc.
- Battery: Scanning time - up 4 hours both indoor and outdoor.
- Ranging error: <0.7 mm @ 15 m
- Angular accuracy: 25 arcseconds
- Range Noise, 90% reflectivity 0.12 mm @ 15 m
- Range Noise, 10% reflectivity 0.3 mm @ 15 m
- Color: Two fully integrated 5-megapixel cameras
- Weight: Under 5 kg
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