3D scanners reviews

Open Technologies Scan In A Box review

[Review] Open Technologies Scan In A Box

November 21, 2017

“The Open Technologies Scan In A Box is an affordable 3D scanner which tackles the entry-level professional 3D scanners market.”

Artec Eva review

[Review] Artec Eva

September 19, 2016

“The Artec Eva and its software suite (Artec Studio 11 Ultimate) is a very interesting product, tailored for 3D experts and other professional applications such as cultural heritage preservation, 3D body scanning, and even crime scene investigation.”

Creaform MetraSCAN 750 review

[Hands-on] Creaform MetraSCAN 750

June 17, 2016

“The MetraSCAN 750 is a complete 3D scanning solution designed for industrial uses cases. The user experience of the MetraSCAN is excellent, with a fast and efficient software, and an ergonomic sensor.”

RangeVision Smart review

[Review] RangeVision Smart

May 9, 2016

“The RangeVision Smart is an interesting 3D scanner for design studios, universities and research labs. Mechanical and reverse engineering application can also be fitting uses cases.”

Fuel3D SCANIFY review

[Review] Fuel3D SCANIFY

March 16, 2016

“For affordable 3D face scanning, the Fuel3D SCANIFY is among the best products on the market. However, for different use cases it might be worth to invest in a more expensive 3D scanner.”

Artec Space Spider review

[Hands-on] Artec Space Spider

February 19, 2016

“In this price range, the Artec Space Spider has few competitors, mainly the Creaform Handyscan series. Compared to the Artec Eva, the Space Spider performance is a lot better, but again keep in mind each scanner is intended for different applications.”

Shining 3D EinScan-Pro review

[Hands-on] Shining 3D EinScan-Pro

February 10, 2016

“The Shining 3D EinScan-Pro is a powerful and versatile portable 3D scanner offering among the best price to performance ratio of the market.”