3D scanning is a method that is used to convert physical objects into a digital format.
Makerspace offers a 3D scanning service that is free of charge to students, faculty, and staff.
You can make an appointment with a Makerspace staff member for assistance with 3D scanning.
Steps to follow for 3D Scanning
Step 1: Make an appointment by following the link to book the 3D Scanning workstation.
Step 2: when a student wants to use the 3D Scanner, they will only be allowed to use it after proper training by one of the Makerspace staff members.
Step 3: Bring a storage device for storing the digital files of the scanned object, or use FileSender.
Schedule one-on-one sessions for more information on 3D Scanning or equipment, tools or design support. Select the Online Appointment tab to get started.
Einscan Pro 3D
Scan area 3 – 4 cm
Scan details: Hand-held 3D scanner
Scan quality: 0.1 mm HD scan and 0.3 mm Rapid scan
Capture rate: 10 – 15 frames per second.
The EinScan-Pro is the best choice for capturing real world data and converting it into digital 3D models.
Scanning objects is free of charge, but please arrange with the Makerspace Technical Officer before using the scanner.