SHINING3D’s EinScan HX is essentially two scanners in one. There’s no need to sacrifice one for the other when you can scan with both industrial-grade precision as well as convenience and effectiveness.
With intuitive hybrid light technology, you can switch between the two methods easily. As you can see in the video, the metal backing of the seat was scanned using blue laser light, while the rest of the interior was scanned using blue structured light, in Rapid Scan Mode. On top of that, make use of the magnetic marker dots to greatly improve the accuracy. Because they are magnetic marker dots, you can reposition them and reuse them over and over again on different metal parts.
Once you have all the scan data, it’s time to bring it into the Geomagic Essentials software, which is included with the HX.
This is where the real magic happens.
Geomagic Essentials bridges the gap between 3D scanning and design by giving you the smartest toolsets to transform your scans taken from the HX and turn it into a workable CAD file. You can catch a glimpse of what Geomagic Essentials is capable of in the video above.
For example, the two separate scans that were taken of the cabin interior and the passenger compartment can be seamlessly stitched together into one model. For the sake of the demonstration in the video, the scanning was rushed a bit, but you can imagine how powerful both the scanner and the software can be when used in combination.