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Peel 3D, a Canadian 3D scanner developer powered by Creaform and Ametek, has launched its first handheld 3D scanner for $5,900. The “professional-grade handheld” device, that uses the effective structured light method of object capture, is competitively priced below Creafrom predecessors, typically priced between $20,000 and $50,000, marking a new entry into the high-end of the consumer market.
As an entry-level 3D scanner, Peel 3D is a suitable solution for a range of creatives from teachers to engineers, capable of capturing objects for reverse engineering and product design. According to François Leclerc, project leader at Peel 3D, “many professionals—from designers to engineers to educational professionals—are looking for 3D scanners that are affordable, but also offer 3D scanning capabilities that go beyond the simplistic, entry-level products currently on the market.”
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Peel 3D scanning a range of objects with different surfaces and textures. Photo via Youtube/Peel3D.
The Peel 3D handheld scanner is capable of capturing 3D models of objects at an accuracy up to 0.250 mm (0.01 in.) and at a maximum rate of up to 550,000 measurements per second. Models are created as meshes in Peel 3D proprietary software, allowing for hole...
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