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Product of the Month -Versatile handheld scanner

SCANZ 3D is a young innovative company based at Hamilton’s Waikato Innovation Park that has, what it believes, a technological breakthrough with its Handyscan 3D scanner.
This self positioned scanner offers greater speed, simplicity and versatility for scanning 3D objects. You simply connect the scanner to your PC, quickly calibrate it, and start scanning within minutes. VX Scan software creates a real-time rendering visualisation of the object’s surface as you scan, producing a complete 3D CAD file in one go.
The Handyscan 3D is ideal for many jobs  such as reverse engineering, design and manufacturing; inspection and measurement; digital mock-up and simulation; multimedia production; or digital training.
Compared to traditional 3D scanning, the Handyscan 3D is:
• Fast – being handheld means it can produce a quick,    complete scan without the need for post processing.
• Easy to use – you can be set up and scanning in a matter of   minutes.
• Versatile – it can be used anywhere and reach places that other   scanners may miss.
• Accurate – thanks to a laboratory calibrated high definition   camera and cross hair laser beams.
• Cost effective – The system and software is your only expense – there are no extra arms, CMM or tracking   devices required.
• Ergonomic – it’s designed for easy and efficient scanning.
 For a demonstration of the Handyscan 3D handheld scanner return the reader enquiry card.

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