The news of Scan Dimension launching SOL PRO 3D scanner in August 2021 have not gone unnoticed. These are some of the press coverage.
3D Printing Industry thoroughly reviewed our SOL PRO 3D scanner hardware and software and did a series of benchmarking and scanning tests, beginning the review with:
“Those seeking a turnkey 3D scanner need not look any further, as the SOL PRO is the complete package.”
One of the tests was comparing the SOL PRO 3D scanning of a 100 mm long cuboid to the original STL file. The result impressed 3D Printing Industry:
“For a system in this price range, this is a very small average imprecision and a very tight point cloud spread. To put this into context, when using this scanner you can expect 99.6% of your scanned points to be within -0.36 mm and +0.32 mm of their intended dimensions.”
The various 3D scanning tests were made with objects of different shapes and surfaces, and although some of these had surfaces that are generally hard to capture, 3D Printing Industry were excited about the ease of use, and the software workflow:
“There’s not much to say other than the fact that this works and it works well, the one-click scan approach is as easy as it sounds.”
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heavy.coms ranks SOL PRO in their list of best 3D scanner available in 2022, and explains that the pros are: Top-quality features and performance, Intuitive software included, Easy setup and durable design.
"This device takes everything that is great about the standard SOL 3D scanner and makes it better."
They are very enthusiastic about the SOL PRO software:
"This highly automated technology provides users with finished 3D scans that are ready to be imported for display or printing purposes. The Pro Creator software even has tools to assist with scanning dark surfaces or unsteady objects."
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SlashGear boldly kicks off their article about SOL PRO 3D scanner:
“A new 3D scanner appeared in the release schedule at Scan Dimension with an aim for top performance in a desktop sized machine.”
"The SOL PRO has a scan time of 15 minutes and a turbo time of 8 minutes. Of course it all depends on what sort of detail you’d like to get, and the computer hardware you’re working with – overall processing time can change."
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Industry Analysts mentions SOL PRO in their article linked below:
"SOL PRO is an ideal 3D scanner for engineers and QA professionals, who can use 3D scanned objects to ensure exact copies of an original. SOL PRO 3D scanned objects can also be used for 3D printing or product inspection to ensure that manufactured parts comply with industry tolerance standards. For reverse engineering, users can scan replacement or discontinued parts when original drawings are unavailable."
About Industry Analysts, Inc.: Industry Analysts, Inc. is a news and media firm focused on the AV, imaging, print and ECM industries. Since 1973, IA Inc. has helped keep manufacturers and resellers up to date on critical news, product information and industry trends. IA Inc. is a sponsored media source, publishing to 45,000 subscribers and followers with over a million views of their videos.
Scan Dimension presents the new desktop 3D scanner SOL PRO with high scanning accuracy
In German, 3D-grenzenlos Magazin promotes SOL PRO 3D scanner with high accuracy scanning for hobbyist and professionals.
"The Danish 3D scanner manufacturer Scan Dimension presents the SOL PRO, a new professional 3D scanner in desktop format. This offers a scanning accuracy of 0.05 mm and is the successor to the SOL 3D scanner. We present the new SOL PRO 3D scanner in more detail," writes 3D-grenzenlos Magazin in German.
About 3D-grenzenlos Magazin: The 3D limitless magazine is an independent online magazine for 3D printing. Since 2013, the 3D limitless magazine has been reporting on the development of 3D printing worldwide. Several thousand news articles, product presentations, innovations, tests and knowledge collections have since been published on additive manufacturing.