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HDI 3D Scanners

Quickly capture high resolution digital 3D scans
accurately from objects in the physical world.

Versatile For Various Industry Applications

The High Definition Imaging (HDI) 3D scanners use structured-light technology for capturing high-resolution digital 3D scans from real world objects. These systems are great for companies, manufacturers, academic institutions, visual effect studios, and research labs that need 3D scan data for visualization and measurement applications including:

  • 3D modeling
  • documentation/archiving
  • reverse engineering
  • scientific measurement
  • computer-aided inspection
  • rapid prototyping/3D printing

Available Models

HDI Advance 3D Scanner

Flexible for scanning objects of various sizes.

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HDI Carbon 3D Scanner

Engineered for flexible performance. Designed for portability.

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HDI Compact 3D Scanner

Easy to use in a rugged, compact design.

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Powerful 3D Scanning Engine

FlexScan3D software acts as the control center for the HDI 3D scanners. Each HDI system comes with the software to capture 3D measurements and create digital 3D models ready for use in downstream applications
(3D visualization, metrology, reverse engineering, and quality inspection).

Capture 3D Scans in Seconds

Take digital 3D scan quickly and accurately. Capture 3D scans from all angles of an object to create a full digital 3D model in the next step.

Built-in Processing Capabilities

Save time by processing 3D scanner data right at the capturing stage with built-in data editing, alignment, and merging capabilities.

Exports to Different Formats

The final output can be exported in different file formats depending on your needs. The scanner exports to PLY, OBJ, STL, ASC, FBX.

Welcome to a Better (and Friendlier) Way to Reverse Engineering

Building parametric CAD models from scratch can be a complicated process, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Pair the HDI 3D scanner with XTract3D add-in for SOLIDWORKS to reverse engineer simple to complex parts. XTract3D toolbar works natively in SOLIDWORKS. It gives you powerful slicing, fitting, and snapping tools. Easily trace right on top of 2D cross sections of 3D scan data to create parametric CAD models. Shorten your product design cycle, improve productivity, and get your products faster to market.

3D Scanning for Cultural Heritage

Tom O’Mahoney is a researcher at the University of Manchester specializing in 3D imaging for cultural heritage, physical anthropology, and palaeontology. Read about his experience as he shares tips on how to setup a successful 3D scanning lab for research.

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