Inheriting the multi-functional and modular design of the EinScan Pro series handheld 3D scanner, the EinScan Pro HD delivers unparalleled performance in capturing high resolution and accuracy by handheld scanning. Exceptional versatility and powerful optimizations come together for the ultimate high-efficiency and professional-grade 3D scanning experience. It is a reliable assistant for designers and engineers who care about high-quality 3D modelling.
The Einscan Pro HD is fitted with a new more powerful projector, better electronics, and larger scan range which together contribute to its increased speed, and improved precision and scan accuracy. It is the most advanced model from the Einscan Pro family of 3D scanners.
Handheld Rapid Scan, Handheld HD Scan, Fixed Scan Align Modes: Feature alignment, markers alignment, turntable coded targets alignment, and manual alignment
Scan in full colour with the Color Pack add on.
Portable & User-friendly Design
With a lightweight and compact size, you can easily take the EinScan Pro HD anywhere, like a laptop. Enjoy plug-and-play installation and unlimited scanning experience
Scan Faster than Ever Before
The latest development in data capture hardware and optimized algorithms make the next-generation EinScan Pro HD series a dramatic breakthrough in scanning speed and processing. Process up to 1,500,000 points per second (30 fps) under Handheld Rapid Scan Mode and 3,000,000 points per second (10fps) in Handheld HD Mode.
High Speed Data Transmission - USB 3.0
Single scan accuracy under fixed scan without Turntable Mode is up to 0.04mm. When using markers, the volumetric accuracy under hand-held scanning modes is up to 0.045mm+0.3mm/mm
Catch Fine Details
The minimum point distance is up to 0.2mm under Handheld Rapid Scan and Handheld HD Scan modes, generating high-resolution 3D data.
Versatile Scan Modes & Align Modes
Supports Handheld Rapid Scan, Handheld HD Scan, Fixed Scan without Turntable, and Fixed Scan with Turntable modes as well as multiple alignment modes including feature alignment, markers alignment, turntable coded targets alignment, and manual alignment.