Desktop 3D Scanner
Makerspace offers an EinScan-SE 3D scanner capable of capturing precise 3D data for various purposes, including design, art, VR and animation, prototyping, and crafting replacement parts.
Handheld 3D scanner
Makerspace’s Einstar handheld 3D scanner is available for anyone wishing to scan larger objects. Similar to the desktop scanner, the EinStar renders objects into 3D data for editing and printing. It can even scan people!
A basic walkthrough of the EinScan-SE scanner.
Deep dive into ExScan-S software
For a bit of a deeper look at the ExScan scanner and software, this webinar provides information on alignment, HDR mode, mesh data and more!
EinStar Handheld Scanner
This video introduces users to the handheld EinStar scanner available in Makerspace. Watch the video to learn more about the parts, calibration, and how to scan objects and people! Scanned objects can even be 3D printed using Makerspace printers!
Einstar 3D Scanner Training Guide
A guide on using the EXstar software with our handheld 3D scanner.
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