- Calibry is a hand-held 3D scanner meant to capture objects from 20cm to 10m in length. The name invokes images of Colibri (aka “Hummingbird”) which is known for its small size and incredible speed. It is also consonant with the word “calibrated” – accurate, precise.
- Calibry is a lightweight 3D scanner meant to capture medium and large objects (from 20cm to 10m in length). It was specifically designed to make professional quality available to engineers, medical professionals and educator.
- Calibry achieves up to 0.6mm resolution, has a built-in texture camera, and can collect up to 3 million points per second. It guarantees users fast and accurate results (up to 0.1mm).
- Calibry Nest is a software which offers a range of flexible tools to post-process original scan data. You can edit it if necessary and prepare a polygonal model for CAD or 3D printing.
- Free 30 days return and 2 years warranty.
Details: CALIBRY 3D SCANNER PROFESSIONAL, AFFORDABLE, EASY-TO-USE Calibry is a hand-held 3D scanner meant to capture objects from 20cm to 10m in length. The name invokes images of Colibri (aka “Hummingbird”) which is known for its small size and incredible speed. It is also consonant with the word “calibrated” – accurate, precise. This is a multi style hand-held 3D scanner, the Calibry is a handheld device that is able to capture medium to large-sized objects in great detail. The Calibry 3D scanner has three scanning modes: by Texture, by Geometry and by Target, changeable by touching the button. targets mode place target all around and on the subject. The scanner easily detects them and when four or more are seen at once, the scanner can quickly compute its position in 3D space. Geometry mode the scanner attempts to gradually develop a 3D model of what it’s seeing in real time and tracks its position by observing changes in the detected geometry. This is a mode suitable for smaller objects, and works quickly because there’s no need for target setup. Calibry system can also use texture-based positioning. In this mode the scanner is observing color textures that appear in the scene and as they change appearance the software can keep track of the scanner’s position in 3D space. This is a very easy mode to use, only if there are sufficiently different and unique textures visible in the scene — and they must be visible from all directions you’ll be pointing the scanner. Calibry solves that by giving you the ability to change the scanner’s mode at the touch of a button. You can select the scanning mode that matches the situation. Try all of them, because it’s that easy to do.It’s almost like having three different scanners in one! Calibry system is quite straightforward, and Calibry allows you to tweak settings throughout each stage to optimize the scan and its analysis.