HDI Compact 3D Scanners Deliver Ultra Fast High Quality Scan Results

Polyga Inc., a developer of 3D scanning and mesh processing technologies, has announced the official release of its new HDI Compact 3D scanners. These turnkey systems are small yet powerful, with a sleek solid aluminum body weighing less than 2 kilograms. The HDI Compact 3D scanners use blue LED structured-light technology to deliver stunning high-quality 3D scan results at an ultra-fast scan speed of a fraction of a second.

“We found there is a strong demand for a solution that has the ease of use of a consumer-grade 3D scanner but the output of a professional 3D scanning system in terms of capturing high resolution 3D scans at sub-micron accuracy,” said Thomas Tong, president of Polyga. “The HDI Compact 3D scanners cover all these bases. They are plug and play systems, ready to use right out of the box within minutes of setup. Install the included proprietary 3D scanning software, FlexScan3D, to your computer and you are ready for scanning.”

Users have the option to completely automate the 3D scanning workflow when used in conjunction with a rotary turntable. This makes creating complete digital 3D models from physical objects even easier.

Three HDI Compact models are available as 1, 2, and 5 megapixel dual camera systems for different scanning volumes. The 5 megapixel model is ideal for 3D scanning extremely small objects with an impressive accuracy of up to 12 microns (0.012 mm) per scan. The HDI Compact systems are offered as standalone desktop 3D scanners, integrated into systems, or embedding into devices.

FlexScan3D processes the scan data during the capturing stage with built-in aligning, merging, and hole filling capabilities transforming 3D scans into a complete digital 3D model for use in 3D visualization, reverse engineering, and quality inspection applications.

Together with the HDI Compact, Polyga has released a new version of its FlexScan3D software that also supports the Gocator 3000 series of 3D smart sensors from LMI Technologies. In addition to achieving 100% in-line inspection for factory automation at production speed, these snapshot sensors can now capture 3D scans to create full digital 3D models of parts for off-line analysis providing users a comprehensive 3D measurement data in one system to eliminating product defects during manufacturing.

For more information: www.polyga.com