3D Digital Corp is a US-based global leader in non-contact laser 3D scanners founded in 1995. 3D Digital products are in use at Daimler Chysler, General Motors, Toyota, International Trucks, US NAVY, Sandia Lab, Johnson&Johnson, USAF and the US Army.
Customization and personal service set 3D Digital apart, inspiring loyalty and unmatched word-of-mouth support. The company now has over 1,000 scanner installations worldwide, over half of them customized to fit the user’s unique needs. The size of your investment in 3D Digital scanning doesn’t matter. The sophisticated technology developed for Fortune 500 clients is built into 3D Digital’s popular off-the-shelf products for customers new to 3D scanning and working with limited budgets.
3D Digital's popular EScan series is the world's leading affordable and easy to use range of 3D scanners. The EScan series are lightweight, USB 3D laser scanners and thousands of EScan 3D scanners are used around the world from educational institutions through to industry.
3D Digital's Optix 500 Series sets new standards for accuracy and resolution, and is the premium choice for 3D object scanning. Three configurations produce optimal precision across a spectrum of scan-range sizes and each model is modular, lightweight and portable.
With a reputation for industry-leading flexibility and performance, the Optix 500 Series is widely used in the aerospace, automotive and tool-and-die markets for inspection and quality control.
The high-resolution Optix 500S model, with an accuracy of +/- 8 microns, is specially designed for the inspection, manufacturing, reverse engineering, rapid prototyping and medical/dental markets.
For a medium range needs, the Optix 500M is ideal for digitizing medium to large parts such as dies and molds.
The Optix 500L is built for scanning large objects at long distances; pertect for the automotive industry where engineers want fast and accurate scans of car interiors and body panels in the design process.
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