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3D Scanners

Artec Spider™ Artec Spider™ 3D resolution, up to:  0.1 mm
Weight:  0.85 kg / 1.9 lb
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Artec Eva™ Artec Eva™ 3D resolution, up to:  0.5 mm
Weight:  0.85 kg / 1.9 lb
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Artec L™ Artec L™ 3D resolution, up to:  1.0 mm
Weight:  2.3 kg / 5.1 lb
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Artec M™ Artec M™ 3D resolution, up to:  0.5 mm
Weight:  1.9 kg / 4.2 lb
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Artec MHT™ Artec MHT™ 3D resolution, up to:  0.5 mm
Weight:  1.6 kg / 3.5 lb
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Artec MH™ Artec MH™ 3D resolution, up to:  0.5 mm
Weight:  1.4 kg / 3.1 lb
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Artec S™ Artec S™ 3D resolution, up to:  0.2 mm
Weight:  1.6 kg / 3.5 lb
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News

Artec scans “Romanian Pamela Anderson” 26 March 2012 Artec scans “Romanian Pamela Anderson” When the Romanian online magazine CANCAN discovered Artec’s 3D scanning technology, they knew exactly what they were going to make of it: clone the Romanian superstar Simona Trasca. Knowing readers would love to see a miniature copy of this femme fatale, CANCAN published an article about scanning and printing Simona.
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Artec brings art home 7 March 2012 Artec brings art home Have you ever wanted to bring fine arts closer to your living room? Wouldn’t it be great if you could stroll along a virtual museum while lounging on your sofa? Or even get yourself an authentic miniature replica of your favorite sculpture? With Artec now you can!
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Artec makes the perfect Doctor Who 31 October 2011 Artec makes the perfect Doctor Who Only very few TV series manage to enthuse its viewers over generations. BBC’s famous «Doctor Who» knows how to do exactly that: broadcasting since 1963, the series have grown to become a widely known brand. Doctor Who mugs, t-shirts, towels, bed linen — fans can even purchase a Doctor Who Monopoly version!
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Artec on BBC's "Click" 3 August 2011 BBC — Click’s presenter Spencer Kelly gets a 3D color print of his own head at Ravensbourne College’s rapid prototyping lab in London.
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How it all began 9 April 2011 A thorough look at how Artec got started on one of Russia's premier news channels Rossiya 24
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Applications

Prototyping

Artec 3D Scanners deliver 3D images of objects of any size and shape with great speed, which means they can be used for imaging of models and prototypes of the most complex objects, such as automobiles. The scanners function successfully in combination with modern CNC machines and provide an excellent complement to a 3D printer.

Most commonly used models: Artec S, MH, Artec M, Artec L

Prototyping

Press

Artec on BBC's "Click" 3 August 2011 BBC — Click’s presenter Spencer Kelly gets a 3D color print of his own head at Ravensbourne College’s rapid prototyping lab in London.
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How it all began 9 April 2011 A thorough look at how Artec got started on one of Russia's premier news channels Rossiya 24
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