3D Scanners from Artec 3D are the preferred choice for designers, creatives, engineers and IT professionals. Recognized in the industry as a leader in 3D scanning, Artec 3D can quickly capture industrial parts, customize devices for healthcare applications, explore historical artifacts by recreating archaeological finds, and is the go-to choice for Hollywood visual effects. 3D scanning is the bridge between designs and objects. With new technology rolling out every few weeks, the possibilities are limitless for industrial applications.
With new 3D scanning technologies coming on the market every week, we've highlighted some of the most commonly used feature sets for Artec 3D Scanners. With 7 models to select from, the experts at Hawk Ridge Systems can help you select which 3D Scanner is right for your application.
Get data quickly with Artec 3D Scanners for reverse engineering objects and / or their components. Gather both simple and rich geometries and both neutral and vivid colors.
Easily export 3D models from Artec's scanning and post processing software to a variety of CAM and CAD programs, including SOLIDWORKS CAM and CAMWorks.
While all the scanners are great for reverse engineering and quality control the the Artec Eva and Artec Ray are especially suited for large objects. The Space Spider is ideal for capturing small objects with the highest precision.
3D scanning is a common practice in scientific research. Now with new 3D technology, it's possible to interact with objects like never before.
Design and create customized prosthetic and orthotic devices with 3D Scanners from Artec. The safe and portable scanners have the ability to produce extremely precise results. Custom implants and anatomical models have changed lives.
Artec Scanners are Hollywood's go-to-tool for special effects and transferring creative ideas to big screen format. Terminator, Chronicles of Narnia - those were both entertainment blockbusters where Artec Scanners played a huge role.
With just 10-13 scans taken from various positions around the sides of the car, the Artec Ray was able to produce this 3D model of a SMART CAR. The new capabilities to scan large objects are now possible with Artec Ray.