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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 scanner immortalized famous hat maker 11 July 2012 Artec scanner immortalized famous hat maker The company SolideXpress, which specializes in prototyping, conceived a project to create sculptures of famous personalities on the basis of their 3D models. They decided to begin with David Shilling, perhaps the most well-known hat maker in the world. His plastic figurine, created with the scanner Artec MH and a 3D printer, would be an excellent gift for any style-conscious man or woman who is crazy about unusual hats.
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Artec creates memories 9 July 2012 Artec creates memories As part of Design's days, which recently took place in Paris, a group of designers from SISMO, together with Artec’s authorized reseller in France 3D AVENIR, staged a real show. The goal of the presentation was to demonstrate the possibilities of new technologies and their role in contemporary design. And they chose a very clever way of doing this – they played to the human weakness of narcissism.
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Main masterpiece of metallurgical exhibition 2 July 2012 Main masterpiece of metallurgical exhibition Metallurgy. Litmash 2012, the industrial international exhibition devoted to metallurgy, has just ended at Moscow’s Expocenter. And although the company Artec did not officially take part, its 3D scanners shone at several display stands.
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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 creating awards 9 January 2012 “And the winner is…” - these words generate a whole lot of excitement all over the world. In Russia specialists use Artec to preserve historical excavation findings, while in Japan our L scanner helps create small statues for trophies and awards.
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Ekaterina Gamova – Artec scans international volleyball star 14 November 2011 Summers are best spent at the seaside. While most of us are dizzily lying at the beach, others prefer a friendly game of Volleyball.
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Artec, Old Navy and a plastic mannequin 24 October 2011 Who would like to see themselves displayed in a shopping window? If you ask Tiffany, Kelsey and Maggie, they’d say that’s what they dream of.
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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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3D Scanner - a valuable accessory for a CNC machine 1 June 2010 Read an article about how Artec scanners are a great complement to a CNC machine.
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Applications

Archives and catalogues

The Artec 3D Scanner can be used to make copies of items found in the course of archaeological or palaeontological work, such as fragments of ceramics or bone. This means databases can be set up and made accessible to researchers.

Most commonly used models: Artec S, Artec MHT, Artec L,

Archives and catalogues

Restoration

Restoration of interiors and entire buildings means reproducing missing features of the decor. This means obtaining exact 3D copies of features of sculpture, architecture, stucco ornaments or fragments of antique furniture. Artec 3D Scanners enable users to carry out these tasks with ease and concentrate on producing the items needed in order to restore the original look.

Most commonly used models: Artec MHT, Artec L

Restoration

Virtual museums

3D copies of sculptures, bas-reliefs, haut-reliefs, painting frames and interior decor captured by Artec 3D scanners lend an extraordinary authenticity to virtual exhibitions. Now any museum in the world can make its collection accessible to millions of people through a computer screen and, in addition, can draw the public’s attention to items that may be held in a museum’s vault due to lack of display space.

Most commonly used models: Artec S, Artec MHT, Artec L

Virtual museums

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
Read more
3D Scanner - a valuable accessory for a CNC machine 1 June 2010 Read an article about how Artec scanners are a great complement to a CNC machine.
Read more

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