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    Polyga Compact 3D Scanner

    Plug and play systems that capture high resolution 3D scan in less than a second at sub-thousandth of an inch accuracy.

    Versatile Across Applications

    Polyga Compact S1

    Convenient and easy to use, this professional 3D scanner is factory calibrated for accuracy to get you 3D scanning in no time.

    Polyga Compact desktop 3D scanners are great for any companies, manufacturers, academic institutions, visual effect studios, and research labs that need accurate and reliable 3D scan data for visualization and measurement applications including:

    • Reverse engineering
    • Computer or robotic vision
    • Scientific measurement and documentation
    • Quality inspection
    • 3D modeling
    • Rapid prototyping / 3D printing

    Which Polyga Compact Model Is Right For You?

    The Polyga Compact line offers a wide spectrum of 3D scanners for digitizing large to small objects into 3D models.

    S1

    Affordable

    Capture professional quality scans at an affordable price.

    C504

    Industrial

    Macro 3D scanner for scanning extremely small parts.

    C506

    Industrial

    Scan small parts in high resolution and accuracy.

    C210

    Industrial

    3D scanning of objects about the size of a shoebox.

    L6

    Scan large objects

    Scan medium to large parts in high resolution and accuracy.

    Model Type Object Size Reference Objects Camera Accuracy Points Scan Speed Field of View Standoff
    S1 Entry-level 5 to 30 cm
    (2″-12″)
    Small mechanical parts, computer mice, dental molds 2 megapixel
    (monochrome/color)
    Up to 35 microns 2 million 150 ms 95 x 75 – 115 x 100 mm 170mm
    S1 Wide Everyday Objects 10 to 60 cm
    (4″-24″)
    Mechanical parts, cups, hands / faces 2 megapixel
    (monochrome/color)
    Up to 50 microns 2 million 150 ms 155 x 125 – 255 x 205 mm 300mm
    L6 Large field of view 20 cm to 1 m
    (8″-60″)
    Human body, faces, automotive parts 3 megapixel
    (monochrome/color)
    Up to 80 microns 3 million 1200 ms 265 x 225 – 375 x 345 mm 680mm
    C504 Macro scanner 0.5 to 3 cm
    (0.2″-1″)
    Drill bits, screws, coins, rice, seeds 5 megapixel
    (monochrome)
    Up to 6 microns 5 million 166 ms 13.2 x 12.1 – 15 x 13 mm 51.5 mm
    C506 Scan small parts 3 to 10 cm
    (1″-4″)
    Small turbine blades, PCB boards 5 megapixel
    (monochrome)
    Up to 12 microns 5 million 333 ms 45 x 27 – 45 x 30 mm 87 mm
    C210 Medium sized parts 5 to 30cm
    (2″-12″)
    Mechanical parts, figurines, shoes 2 megapixel
    (monochrome)
    Up to 35 microns 2 million 250 ms 98 x 71 – 154 x 100 mm 164 mm
    Polyga Compact Scanners Overview

    Learn about different types of Compact scanners and how it empowers various industrial and scientific applications.

    Easy to Set Up

    Easy to Set Up

    Simply connect the Polyga Compact 3D scanner and install the included FlexScan3D software on your computer. The system is now ready for 3D scanning.

    Capture 3D scans fast

    Capture 3D Scans Fast

    Only minutes after setup, the Compact 3D scanners capture 3D scans with millions of 3D measurement points in under one second with high accuracy.

    Intuitive to use

    Intuitive To Use

    The 3D scanners produce 3D scans from real-world objects with the click of a button. There’s no need to calibrate or recalibrate the system. Save time and boost productivity.

    suitcase easy to travel

    Take It To Go

    With a sleek and slim build, these desktop 3D scanners make it easy to take along when travelling. Put it in your suitcase or travel case and you’re ready to go.

    How It Works

    The Polyga Compact 3D scanners take a 3D image of what it can see at one time. To create a digital model of the entire object, scans have to be taken from all angles. These components are used to capture a scan:

    1. Capturing Unit: The light source (LED light) projects a series of patterns onto the scan target. The light patterns become distorted when they project onto the object’s surface. Duo cameras capture these images and send them to FlexScan3D to process the information.
    2. FlexScan3D Software: The control center that runs the entire operation. It uses the captured images to calculate the object’s depth and surface information to create a 3D scan. FlexScan3D then cleans, merges, and stitches multiple scans together (known as post-processing) in order to create a complete digital 3D model.
    Automate The 3D Scanning Workflow

    Automate The 3D Scanning Workflow

    When paired with a rotary table, Polyga Compact 3D scanners produce better digital 3D models faster than doing it manually (up to 3x faster). Simply place the object on the rotary table. With a click of the button, let the system do all the work for you.

    Automation is a time-saver, especially when 3D scanning similar objects in volume. Reduce manual work and get amazing results every time.

    Robotic arm

    Integrate 3D Scanning into Systems or Devices

    With the Polyga Compact, you can quickly add 3D scanning capabilities to your operations. Each system includes a simple-to-use software development kit (SDK) and connectivity options. The SDK is available for Windows 10 64bit, with C++/C# libraries and examples. Export the output into a variety of common output formats (PLY, OBJ, STL, ASC, FBX) to accommodate different systems with ease.

    You have complete control over all aspects of the 3D modeling process to fully customize the process to your needs.

    HDI Compact L6

    Ultimate Inspection Solution

    The Compact desktop 3D scanners produce high accuracy scan results which are especially valuable for quality inspection applications. For example, the C504 is the can scan an object size of 0.5 to 3 cm with remarkable accuracy at just 6 microns!

    Get all the comprehensive 3D measurement data you need in one system to eliminate product defects during the manufacturing process.

    Results You Can Trust

    All Polyga Compact 3D scanners are fully enclosed factory calibrated systems that make 3D scanning easy, similar to a point and shoot. With a robust exterior body while being unbelievably lightweight, the systems deliver accurate 3D scans with measurement repeatability you can trust.

    “Throughout the years I’ve used a variety of 3D scanning solutions including photogrammetry, handheld 3D scanners, CT/microCT, and LIDAR, but my day to day ‘workhorses’ are the Polyga 3D scanners.

    Tom O’Mahoney Postdoctoral researcher at Anglia Ruskin University
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