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Affordable Professional 3D Scanner Launched – Metrology and Quality News

Polyga has announced the official release of the HDI Compact S1 entry-level professional 3D scanner. The HDI Compact S1 captures high-resolution 3D scans with remarkable accuracy for a system at this price point.

“Finding a professional 3D scanner that is affordable while consistently delivering high-quality results is difficult to find,” said Thomas Tong, President of Polyga Inc. “We are extremely proud to launch the HDI Compact S1 because the system captures high-resolution scan data of approximately 1.2 million points per scan with an accuracy of up to 40 microns (0.04 mm)—all in just half a second.”

Sample Scan from Polyga HDI Compact S1

The HDI Compact S1 3D scanner is useful for a variety of downstream applications from 3D printing, reverse engineering (Scan to CAD), scientific research, to even basic quality inspection. The system is available for sale at an introductory price of $5,999 USD.

This entry-level system delivers on the functionality and features of more expensive 3D scanners. That is because FlexScan3D scanning software is the user interface behind the HDI Compact S1 for acquiring and processing 3D scan data into a digital 3D model. It is the same software that powers Polyga’s higher-end models of the HDI 3D scanners. FlexScan3D also includes basic quality inspection measurement tools for deviation analysis.

The affordable 3D scanner is fully enclosed and factory calibrated to make 3D scanning easy within minutes of setup. Simply plug in the system, install the software, and it is ready for scanning. The HDI Compact S1 is easy to use for people who are starting to learn 3D scanning for the first time but is also a powerful device for experienced users.

For more information: www.polyga.com


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HDI Compact 3D Scanners Unveiled

3D scanning and mesh processing technologies developer Polyga Inc. has announced the release of its new HDI Compact 3D scanner series. Designed for demanding industry applications, the HDI Compact 3D scanners, the company says, use blue LED structured-light technology to deliver high-quality 3D scan results at an ultra-fast scan speed. The turnkey HDI Compact systems can serve as standalone desktop 3D scanners, integrated into systems such as robotic arms or embedded into devices, the company adds.

Polyga has introduced its dual-camera HDI Compact 3D scanner series for industrial applications. Series members use blue LED structured-light technology for rapid scanning and come with either 1.3-, 2.8- or 5.2-megapixel monochrome cameras for different scanning volumes. Image courtesy of Polyga Inc.

HDI Compact systems are available in three models, each with a dual camera system calibrated for different scanning volumes. Each unit is housed in a solid aluminum body, and the housing is IP67 rated for dust proofing and water resistance. The systems can be used in conjunction with an optional rotary table for automated 3D object scanning, and multiple scanners can be linked together using one computer to reduce scan times for objects requiring a large field of view.

The HDI Compact systems work by projecting a series of blue LED light patterns onto the scan target. The cameras capture these images and send them to FlexScan3D, its supplied post-processing software to create a 3D model. FlexScan3D then cleans, merges and stitches multiple scans together to complete the digital 3D model. Supported export formats for such applications as visualization, reverse engineering and quality inspection include PLY, OBJ and STL.

An HDI Compact 3D scanner can be deployed as on the desktop, embedded in devices or integrated into a system such as this robotic arm. Image courtesy of Polyga Inc.

The HDI Compact series of scanners come precalibrated. The systems weigh from a low 2.29 lbs. (1.05 kg) to a high 3.35 lbs. (1.52 kg). Unit dimensions range between 1.9x3.93x6.10-in. (49x100x155 mm) and 1.9x5.35x6.69-in. (49x136x170 mm).

The HDI Compact C109 model is equipped with two 1.3-megapixel monochrome cameras. It provides a field view of 3.42x2.67x3.46x3.42-in. (87x68x88x87 mm). Specifications include 300 ms scan speed, an average of 985,000 points per scan and up to 34-micron accuracy.

An HDI Compact C109 scanner was used to scan this image of a dental mold. Image courtesy of Polyga Inc.

The C210 model HDI Compact3D scanner has dual 2.8-monochrome-megapixel cameras. It has a 250 ms scan speed and a 2.79x3.85x3.93x6.06-in. (71x98x100x154 mm) field of view. Resolution averages 2 million per scan and scan accuracy up to 35 microns.

The pair of 5.2-megapixel monochrome cameras in the HDI Compact model C506, Polyga says, makes it ideal for 3D scanning extremely small objects. Specifications include accuracy of up to 12 microns per scan and a 333 ms scan speed.

This metal part was scanned in with the HDI Compact C210 3D scanner. Image courtesy of Polyga Inc.

Together with the HDI Compact 3D scanner series, Polyga announced a new version of its FlexScan3D software that also supports the Gocator 3000 series of 3D smart sensors from LMI Technologies. In addition to achieving 100% in-line inspection for factory automation at production speed, these snapshot sensors can now capture 3D scans to create full digital 3D models of parts for off-line analysis, the company explains.

“We found there is a strong demand for a solution that has the ease of use of a consumer-grade 3D scanner but the output of a professional 3D scanning system—in terms of capturing high-resolution 3D scans at sub-micron accuracy,” said Thomas Tong, president of Polyga, in the announcement. “The HDI Compact 3D scanners cover all these bases. They are plug-and-play systems, ready to use right out of the box within minutes of setup. Install the included proprietary 3D scanning software, FlexScan3D, to your computer and you are ready for scanning.”

This miniature Yoda figurine was scanned in by an HDI Compact C506 scanner. Image courtesy of Polyga Inc.

The HDI Compact 3D scanners are available for purchase today. For more information, click here.

Download the HDI Compact 3D scanners brochure.

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3D Scanner Market Size, Share, Growth | 2022-27

3D Scanner Market Size, Share, Growth | 2022-27 | Industry Analysis

Market Review

Study Period: 2019- 2026
Base Year: 2021
Fastest Growing Market: Asia-Pacific
Largest Market: North America
CAGR: 22.21%

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Market Review

The 3D scanning market was valued at US$1.428 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach US$4.69 billion by the end of 2026 at a CAGR of 22.21% over the forecast period (2021-2026). ). Although 3D scanning technology has not been widely used in residential and private settings, these devices are widely used for the production of video games and films in industries such as entertainment and the media. Other industrial applications where these devices have proven to be very useful are architecture, construction, aerospace, healthcare, and automotive, among others, where they can be used to produce parts on site. 3D scanners have become part of an innovation led by a growing number of applications.

  • 3D scanning technology has become widespread in commercial applications. In addition, the flexibility of the technology, which can be customized to meet the professional needs of various industries, has made it very popular among major end-user industries.
  • In addition, the construction industry uses 3D scanners to create a scalable 3D structure of a building. In the architectural industry, these devices help to preserve and archive historical monuments from museums. With the customizability and scalability of this technology, manufacturers rely on measurement accuracy and speed to build and develop advanced military and defense systems, using 3D scanners to build weapons and vehicles such as frigates.
  • In the medical sector, 3D scanners are used to model body parts in three dimensions, which are used to create prostheses. It can also be used to facilitate wound healing and care, and to create body implants. Recently, SHINING 3D launched a new handheld 3D scanner, EinScan Pro HD, capable of capturing up to 3 million points per second. This makes it applicable for digital medical analysis users.
  • In addition, the growing adoption of 3D printing technology in various industries is one of the main factors driving the adoption of 3D printers. As the adoption of 3D printers grows, the need for 3D scanning systems will also grow, which will contribute to the growth of the market under study. 3D printers are experiencing this tipping point, probably because companies in many industries are increasingly using 3D printing technologies for more than just rapid prototyping.
  • 3D scanning as a non-contact method helps to scan the chest for COVID-19. The outbreak of this respiratory disease has led to the use of 3D scanning technology as a useful tool for detecting and quantifying the COVID-19 virus.
  • The use of 3D scanning technology to protect people working on the front lines has led Artec to offer its 3D scanners for medical education. Therefore, as of July 2020, Artec Eva, a 3D scanning system from Artec, has been used to make hyper-realistic dummies for COVID-19 medical education.. In such emergencies, being careful and careful to avoid damage in related procedures can be costly. Thus, learning on a silicon body is made possible by the excellence achieved with 3D scanning technologies.

Report scope

3D scanners are devices that capture the details of a real object, including properties such as dimensions, texture, and color, which can then be used to render 3D models. The study looked at both 3D scanning hardware and software. Among the hardware considered optical scanners, structured light scanners and laser scanners.

By Type
Optical Scanners
Structured Light Scanners
Laser Scanners
Other Hardware
By Range
Short Range
Medium Range
Long Range
By Application
Reverse Engineering
Rapid Prototyping
Quality Control/Inspection
Face and Body Scanning
Industrial Metrology
Digital Modeling
By End-user Vertical
Aerospace and Defense
Media and Entertainment
Architecture and Construction
Other End-user Verticals
By Geography
North America
Asia Pacific
Latin America
Middle East and Africa

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Key Market Trends

Structured Light Scanner by Equipment Type to Drive Market Growth
  • Structured Light 3D Scanner is a 3D scanning device for measuring the 3D shape of an object using a single light source that projects multiple lines onto an object being tracked by a camera or multiple cameras. This is in contrast to a laser scanner, which emits different laser dots on the same object one after the other.
  • Applications such as object reverse engineering for CAD data, volume measurement of engineering parts, motion and environmental capture for augmented reality games, body measurements for fashion retail, automated optical inspection on high-speed production lines, and obstacle detection systems on drones machines. aircraft are actively introducing structured light scanners.
  • Offering features such as quick installation and no setup time, handheld 3D scanners integrate seamlessly into them. As such, several portable 3D printers for 3D printing use structured light technology. The technology uses trigonometric triangulation, projecting a pattern of light onto an object for scanning.
  • In August 2019, FARO's Cobalt Design family of structured light scanners looked at 3D data acquisition for small complex shapes with a variety of textures and colors. The scanners can capture millions of measurement points in just a second with an accuracy of 3.1 megapixels for small to medium complex objects. The newly launched Polyga h4 handheld 3D scanner offers structured light as the basis for a multiple image template for 3D surveys starting at 9$990.
  • However, a significant disadvantage of this type of scanner is that it is sensitive to the lighting conditions in this environment, which creates serious problems when working outdoors.

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North America will make up the bulk
  • The United States is one of the most important and significant 3D scanning markets worldwide, including healthcare, aerospace and defense, architecture and engineering, 3D Digital Corporation, research and education, entertainment and media. the most advanced.
  • 3D scanning opens up endless possibilities for artists of all walks of life, bringing the most fantastic ideas to life. For example, the US media and entertainment (M&E) market, which accounts for 33% of the global M&E industry, is the largest M&E market in the world, especially 3D animation production in the country that hosts animation studios such as Disney and Pixar. . Technology is driving the motion picture and video game industry forward—many stunts and visual effects would have been difficult or even impossible to implement before the advent of 3D scanning.
  • In December 2019, Polyga Inc., a Canadian developer of 3D scanning and mesh processing technologies, announced the launch of the HDI Compact S1 professional entry-level 3D scanner on Formnext. The exact price has been kept at $5,999 to meet the needs of applications such as 3D printing, reverse engineering (scan to CAD) and scientific research, as well as required quality control.
  • Canada's commitment to public access to health care results in government spending on health care exceeding 10% of Canada's GDP, one of the highest rates in the developed world, equating to spending over US$5,000 per capita on health care. These, coupled with increased demand for plastic surgery, prosthetics, amputations, etc., are giving way to new 3D scanners and scanning technologies.

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Competitive environment

The 3D scanning market is fragmented. In general, competition between existing competitors is high. The new product innovation strategy of large and small companies is giving impetus to the development of the 3D scanning market. Some of the key developments in this area are:

  • March 2021 - Creaform announced the release of a new line of HandySCAN 3D scanners known as the SILVER series. Creaform is a leader in portable and automated 3D measurement solutions. This series of SILVER scanners offers the best value for money and provides reproducible and high-precision 3D measurements of complex surfaces anywhere.
  • October 2020 - Artec 3D has released a new algorithm for 3D scanning called HD Mode. This is an AI-based algorithm designed to redefine how their Leo and Artec Eva scanners work. It provides the ability to scan at resolutions from 0.5mm to 0.2mm and produce images with much finer detail.

Major Players

  1. 3D Systems Inc.
  2. Creaform
  3. Topcon Corporation
  4. Autodesk Inc.
  5. Hexagon AB

Table of Contents


    1. 1.1 Study Assumptions and Market Definition

    2. 1.2 Scope of the Study




    1. 4.1 Market Overview

    2. 4.2 Industry Value Chain Analysis

    3. 4.3 Industry Attractiveness - Porter's Five Forces Analysis

      1. 4.3.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers

      2. 4.3.2 Bargaining Power of Buyers

      3. 4. 3.3 Threat of New Entrants

      4. 4.3. 4 Threat of Substitute Products

      5. 4.3.5 Intensity of Competitive Rivalry

    4. 4.4 Assessment of the Impact of COVID-19 on the Market


    1. 5.1 Market Drivers

      1. 5.1.1 Significant Demand for 3D Metrology Across the Aerospace and Automobile Secto

      2. 5.1.2 Growth in Deployment of 3D Printers for Reconstructive Surgeries in the Healthcare Sector

    2. 5.2 Market Challenges

      1. 5.2.1 Significant Price of High-resolution 3D Scanners


    1. 6.1 By Type

      1. 6.1.1 Hardware

        1. Optical Scanners

        2. Structured Light Scanners

        3. Laser Scanners

        4. Other Hardware

      2. 6. 1.2 Software

    2. 6.2 By Range

      1. 6.2.1 Short Range

      2. 6.2.2 Medium Range

      3. 6.2.3 Long Range

    3. 6.3 By Application

      1. 6.3.1 Reverse Engineering

      2. 6.3.2 Rapid Prototyping

      3. 6.3.3 Quality Control/Inspection

      4. 6.3.4 Face and Body Scanning

      5. 6.3.5 Industrial Metrology

      6. 6.3.6 Digital Modeling

    4. 6.4 By End-user Vertical

      1. 6.4.1 Aerospace and Defense

      2. 6.4.2 Automotive

      3. 6.4.3 Healthcare

      4. 6.4.4 Manufacturing

      5. 6.4.5 Media and Entertainment

      6. 6.4. 6 Architecture and Construction

      7. 6.4.7 Other End-Suser Verticals

    5. 6.5 by Geography

      1. 6.5.1 North america

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      3. 6. 5.3 Asia Pacific

      4. 6.5.4 Latin America

      5. 6.5.5 Middle East and Africa


    1. 7.1 Company Profiles

      1. 7.1.1 3D Systems Inc.

      2. 7.1.2 CREAFORM Inc.

      3. 7.1.3 GOM GmbH

      4. 7.1.4 Faro Technologies Inc.

      5. 7.1.5 Topcon Corporation

      6. 7.1.6 Maptek Pty Ltd

      7. 7.1.7 Autodesk Inc.

      8. 7.1.8 Artec Inc.

      9. 7.1.9 Hexagon AB

      10. 7.1.10 Trimble Inc.

    2. *List Not Exhaustive



**Subject to Availability

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the study period of this market?

The 3D Scanning Market market is studied from 2019 - 2026.

What is the growth rate of 3D Scanning Market?

The 3D Scanning Market is growing at a CAGR of 22.21% over the next 5 years.

Which region has the highest growth rate in 3D Scanning Market?

Asia Pacific is growing at the highest CAGR over 2021- 2026.

Which region has largest share in 3D Scanning Market?

North America holds highest share in 2021.

Who are the key players in 3D Scanning Market?

3D Systems Inc., Creaform, Topcon Corporation, Autodesk Inc., Hexagon AB are the major companies operating in 3D Scanning Market.

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