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Range Vision 3D-Scanner

Professioneller structured-light 3D-Scanner -hohe Präzision -modularer Aufbau -Mobilität -günstiger Preis Application: -Restoration and cultural heritage preservation -Production of exclusive furniture, décor and interior elements -Toys and souvenirs production -Car tuning and design -Reverse engineering -Jewelery Preis: ab € 7595,- exkl. Ust.

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RangeVision 3D-Scanner presents a great combination of an affordable price and a wide range of opportunities

Years of research of the structured light technology and our specialists\‘ experience have resulted in the high quality of 3d models provided by our RangeVision 3D scanner . Flexibility of RangeVision 3D scanner enables you to receive scans with high resolution of small (less than 5 cm) and rather big (more than 1 m) real world objects. Our scanner supports different methods of alignment: You can scan either with the use of markers or without them based on geometry features, as well as with the use of a rotary table. Alexander the Great, scanned by

Restoration and cultural heritage preservation

3d scanners make restoration projects considerably easier. Combined with devices of rapid prototyping and CNC machines 3d scanning is efficiently used for restoration of repeated decor elements or ornaments, as well as missing sculpture fragments and antique furniture elements. Obviously, many objects of the sort can not be transported or dismantled. RangeVision 3D scanner , being a portable tool, enables you to scan such objects on the spot. Moreover, due to non-contact principle of 3d scanning RangeVision 3D scanner does not affect an original in any way.Having scanned an object you obtain its 3d model that won’t take any place in a storage and does not need special handling.

Production of exclusive furniture, décor and interior elements

Companies designing and producing decor elements, exclusive furniture and interior widely use 3d scanning technologies in combination with CNC machines, which considerably cuts their costs. For instance, you need to have six legs of a billiards table cut out of wood. Each of them consists of two similar parts, so a cutter will have to cut twelve elements. If you have a 3d scanner, you can have only one of them cut, then generate its 3d model and have all the others cut on the CNC machine.Purely computerized creation of décor elements has its weak points, as forms generated by computer programmes turn out to be too “symmetrical”, while a 3d scanner copies fine handwork.The result of 3d scanning is a triangular mesh that is saved to an STL-file that can be imported to most CAM-programmes for further production on a CNC machine.

Toys and souvenirs production

Use of traditional methods in this sphere prevents you from getting leading positions in the modern highly competitive market. Today 3d scanners are regularly used by producers of toys and original souvenirs. Having scanned any unique object, you receive its digital replica for the production of toys or souvenirs of any size and from any material.3d scanners are also widely used by advertising companies that are seeking for new creative solutions for their tasks. 3d scanning technologies are also often applied when designing fair stands.

Car tuning and design

When designing new car models automakers regularly apply 3d scanning technologies.  The starting point for most vehicles is in a workshop where a prototype is made of clay. After the right form is obtained, this prototype is scanned for further processing in CAD-programmes.Smaller companies also use 3d scanners to design exclusive cars based on a serial car body, as well as for car tuning or accessory production.With inexpensive 3d systems you can often face problems with calibration, which can result in noisy data from a 3d scanner and eventually in size discrepancies. Moreover, glaring car surfaces make scanning process without markers hardly possible, as single scans cannot be properly aligned on such surfaces. RangeVision 3D scanner does not have these weak points – its accurate calibration and automatic stitching by markers make it well-suited for a wide range of tasks in automotive industry.

Reverse engineering

You can see RangeVision 3D scanner for a whole range of tasks in reverse engineering which is a generation of a 3d model or a draft of a real world object.Nowadays 3d scanners are widely applied for reverse engineering of objects that are complicated in form and can hardly be measured by standard methods. Moreover, in contrast to CMM machines, with a 3d scanner you obtain the surface of a whole object, not only its single points.Reverse engineering is vital if you need to produce a batch of products but do not have the documentation any longer or you need to develop a new product based on the one you already have.


A number of famous jewelry producers have made their choice in favour of our RangeVision 3D scanner system as it has proved to be a reliable one in scanning small objects like jewelry. You can hardly scan jewelry items with other affordable 3d scanners that you can find in the market. In contrast to them, due to a turntable that we also supply RangeVision 3D scanner generates highly accurate and detailed models of jewelry items for further processing and production.



One scanner for different-sized objects

Most 3d scanners presented at the market are aimed at scanning of objects of a specific size. It is quite easy to check it, because you can’t change lenses or distance between cameras in such scanners. With RangeVision 3D scanner you don’t need to purchase different systems for scanning different-sized objects. Due to its ability to change scanning zones RangeVision 3D scanner makes it possible to scan objects of different sizes – from jewelry to cars.


Highly detailed and accurate models

If you want to be sure in the quality of the result and are not ready to overpay, RangeVision 3D scanner is a great option for you. Due to the use of original algorithms based on the structured light principle RangeVision 3D scanner provides superb quality of a 3d model. The calibration method used in RangeVision 3D scanner ensures accuracy relevant for most scanning tasks.


Scanning with markers and without them

When you use markers or a rotary table, scanned elements are automatically aligned, which greatly simplifies the scanning process. Markers can be made on your own in any quantity. You don’t need to buy them from the producer. RangeVision 3D scanner also enables you to scan without markers using geometry features of the object for alignment.



RangeVision 3D scanner is transported in a medium-sized suitcase. You can transport it even by public transport. In contrast to laser scanning heads for CNC-machines or CMM you are not limited by the machine working space.


Illumination lasts about 5-7 seconds. One fragment includes up to 1 mln triangles. Unlike laser scanners where an object is illuminated with one laser point or line, the structured light technology makes it possible to obtain a rectangular surface fragment.



Technical specifications

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 Scanning area (WxHxD)  (mm)

460*345*345 300*225*225 133*100*100 66*50*50
3D point accuracy *  0.085  0.05  0.03  0.03
3D resolution Standard  0.35  0.23  0.1  0.05
3D resolution Advanced  0.3  0.2  0.085  0.043
Working distance  630  400  400  400

 Scanning area (WxHxD)  (mm)


  Standard Plus


Camera resolution  1,3 Mpix  1,3 Mpix  2 Mpix
Diagonal size/ body  1/2″, plastic  1/1.8″, metall  1/1.8″, metall
 Scanning time  ~7 sec  ~7 sec  ~12 sec
 Scanning black  –  –  +


 Dimensions of scanning unit (WxHxD)  450х150х400 mm
 Output format  STL
 Light source  Halogen lamp
 Scanning principle  Optical triangulation, structured light
 Weight of scanning unit  7 kg
 Operation system Windows 7/8  32/64bit
 Power  220V, 500W
 Calibration speed  7 min


Russian State Technology University „MATI“ (Moscow

State Technical University (Volgograd)

State Technical University (Nizhnii Novgorod)


State aerospace University of Samara (Samara)


Scientific research Institute (Saint-Petersburg)

The South-Western State University (Kursk)

Industrial design studio ART-UP (Moscow)

DE-Engineering (Israel)

Rapid prototyping and design center of MGTU (Moscow)

Gidroservis (Kazan)

Krasnoyarskiy plant THERMIT

Permsnabsbyt (Perm)


The Bolshoi Theatre (Moscow)

Avia-Project (Moscow)

Orange Jeep (Orehovo-Zuevo)



Alexander the Great

object size: 360 mm mesh reduced to 180.000 faces (original: 1,5 M faces ) Scanner: Range Vision Standard

Cross object size: 30 mm


mesh reduced to 190.000 faces (original: 450k faces ) Scanner: Range Vision Advanced


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