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ScanMatter Studios

Learn how ScanMatter Studios uses HDI 3D scanners to create 3D models of shoes for Brooks Sports.

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Dental Scanning System Design

Find out how the HDI 109 is designed to give dental labs control over building their own integrated and embedded 3D scanning systems.

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RASCO

Learn RASCO uses of HDI 3D scanners in its automotive parts and assembly inspection.

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Structured Light

An introduction to structured light scanning technology, including its key strengths and limitations.

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SAAU

Learn how Sustainable Archaeology Animation Unit's (SAAU) uses HDI scanners to create 3D digital archives of archaeological collections.

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Automotive

Learn how HDI is used in key automotive inspection applications, including body in white, assembly, heat treatment and component inspection.

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Introducing the new HDI Advance R4x 3D Scanner. This high-end 3D scanner provides superior accuracy and detail. Able to generate a single scan down to 36μm (0.0014”) and to generate up to 3.2 million points (6.4 million polygons) per scan, this powerful system is ideal for industrial metrology applications such as quality control inspection.

LMI Technologies Unveils HDI 109 3D Scanning System for Integrated or Embedded Applications. It is the latest addition to the HDI 100 series of compact, pre-calibrated 3D scanners manufactured by LMI. The scanner has the ability to scan small parts at a high level of accuracy. The HDI 109 is a turnkey solution that delivers a seamless 3D scanning experience from acquisition to post-processing of scans into a full digital 3D model.

Aligning 3D scans into a digital 3D model typically requires the user to manually rotate a 3D scan into a similar orientation in close proximity to the reference scan before the scans will align properly. Aligning scans into a digital 3D model has significantly improved with the use of the mesh geometry alignment. Two scans will align automatically even if the scans are in not close in proximity or in different orientations. The alignment process now requires less user interaction.

FlexScan3D is capable of triggering a new scan automatically once the scan target is placed into a new position for scanning. The software can detect movement to the scan target, either by hand or mechanical means, and decides when to trigger a new scan. Live scanning simplifies the 3D scanning process by eliminating the need for users to move back and forth between the scanner and the computer in order to create a complete 3D model.

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