Distinguished by its marker-free scanning capabilities, enabled through a 98-laser-line mode and a triple, 5MP camera system, the FreeScan Trio offers a notable advantage for projects dealing with large objects. This advantage lies in its ability to decrease the preparation time required. Moreover, in September of this year, the company established a new accuracy laboratory accredited under ISO/IEC 17025:2017.
Unmatched speed and versatility in 3D scanning
The FreeScan Trio distinguishes itself through its capability to capture an exceptional 3,010,000 points per second, positioning it as the swiftest handheld 3D scanner in its classification, according to the company. By offering a large field of view, measuring 650 by 580mm, the scanner seeks to optimize efficiency by consolidating more data within fewer sweeping motions.
Apart from the 98-laser-line mode, the scanner offers a single-line mode, one with 7 parallel lines, and one with 26 crossed lines. Addressing a spectrum of project requirements across diverse industries, this versatile range of modes proves adaptable to various needs. When utilized in tandem with markers, precision levels of up to 0.02mm and a volumetric accuracy of up to 0.02mm are achieved by these modes.
Beyond the laser modes, the FreeScan Trio incorporates a photogrammetry mode seamlessly compatible with SHINING 3D’s magnetic scale bar, removing the necessity for additional coded targets. Although this mode marginally reduces volumetric accuracy to 0.02mm + 0.015mm/m, it provides users with a pragmatic and efficient solution.
Technical specifications of FreeScan Trio 3D Scanner
|Product model||FreeScan Trio|
|Scan Mode||Multiple Lines Scan||Single Line Scan||Fine Detail Scan||98 Lines Scan|
|Light Source||26 laser lines||Single laser line||7 parallellaser lines||98 laser lines|
|Working Distance||300 mm||300 mm||200 mm||300 mm|
|Scan Accuracy||Up to 0.02mm||/|
|Scan Speed||Up to 3,010,000 points/s|
|Scan Depth||360 mm|
|FOV||650 mm x 580 mm|
|Volumetric Accuracy*||0.02 + 0.03mm/m (0.02 + 0.015mm/m with photogrammetry)|
|Laser Class||Class Ⅱ（eye safe）|
|Connection Standard||USB 3.0|
|Dimensions||331 x 120 x 76 mm|
|Power input||12V, 5.0A|
|Working humidity||10 ~ 90%|
|Working temperature||0 ~ 40°C|
|Certifications||CE, FCC, ROHS, WEEE, KC, FDA, UKCA, IP50|
|Recommended Computer Configuration||OS: Win10, 64-bit; Graphics card: NVIDIA GTX/RTX series cards, higher or equal to GeForce RTX 3060; Video memory: ≥6G; Processor: I7-10700; Memory: ≥64GB|
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Featured image shows the FreeScan Trio 3D scanner. Photo via Shining 3D.