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Basic specs Price: $ 1,000 - $ 10,0001 000 € - 10 000 €765 £ - 7,647 £113,016 ¥ - 1,130,160 ¥
Metascore
Model DPI-8
Manufacturer DotProduct
Category Handheld
Technology Structured light
Output formats E57, PLY, PTS, PTX
Max. resolution
Release date
Country

DotProduct DPI-8 review

The Dot Product DPI-8 is a 3D scanner made by Dot Product, a manufacturer based in the USA.

The Dot Product DPI-8 is the clever combination of an Android tablet and a PrimeSense 3D Sensor. This 3D scanner is autonomous and can be easily handheld, with a total weight of less than a kg.

With a limited price and a good overall performance it is a very good choice for onsite capture of medium sized object and work environments. One of the recommended use case is for forensics 3D scans.

The Dot Product DPI-8 as the capacity to acquire textures and export the 3D models in various file formats (or directly on the cloud), which makes it a very good pick for professionals on the move.

This portable 3D scanner was designed to 3D scan the objects at a shorter range, hence its name SR (Short Range). The DPI-8 is suitable for ranges from 2 to 12 feet.

 
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DPI-8 DotProduct

General

Model DPI-8
Manufacturer DotProduct
Metascore
Price $ 1,000 - $ 10,0001 000 € - 10 000 €765 £ - 7,647 £113,016 ¥ - 1,130,160 ¥
Release date
Country
Status Available
Category Handheld
Technology Structured light
Output formats E57, PLY, PTS, PTX
OS compatibility Mac OS, Microsoft Windows, Linux

Performance

Max. resolution
Max. accuracy
Acquisition speed
Camera resolution
Working range 0.6 - 4 m
Scanning area (near)
Scanning area (far)

Hardware

Dimensions 230 × 270 × 80 mm9.06 × 10.63 × 3.15 in
Weight 1 kg2.2 lb
Power input

Features

Texture/Colors Yes
Wireless Yes
Tripod
Rotating table
Robotic arm
3D printers
Built-in screen

Connectivity

USB Yes
Wifi Yes
Bluetooth
SD card
Ethernet
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