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Industrial 3D scanners for medium and big size objects: the Surphaser line


The Surphaser line of industrial 3D scanners are made by a manufacturer based in Redmond (USA).

These products are designed for the capture of medium and big size objects including cars, planes, military vehicles, boats, monuments, rooms and even full size buildings.

They use a phase-shift measurement 3D scanning technology to produce high density meshes even at far distances from their targets.

Applications of the Surphaser line of 3D scanners include reverse engineering, quality control, historical preservation, architecture documentation, and forensic reconstruction.

Several configurations with various FOV are available and the Surphaser line is structured around three main models:

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Pierre-Antoine Arrighi

Pierre-Antoine Arrighi is Aniwaa’s Technical Advisor and co-founder. Based in Paris, France, he is involved with the most important decisions in regards to the company’s overall strategy. He is also the team’s technical expert for all things related to 3D printing and scanning, as well as for virtual and augmented reality. He is also a Senior Consultant for French consulting firm kxiop.