threeRivers 3D introduces MACRO field of view 3D laser scanner

threeRivers 3D, Inc., a manufacturer of standard and custom 3D imaging systems, announces the launch and immediate availability of the LC-2-MACRO. The LC-2-MACRO is optimized for 3D scanning small parts such as dental molds, hearing aid impressions, jewelry and other highly detailed parts.

"The addition of this scanner to our product line provides our customers with even more flexibility," commented threeRivers 3D President & CEO Mike Formica. "It was developed in direct response to their request for an affordable 3D scanner specifically engineered for small parts scanning."

The LC-2-MACRO has a working volume of 4” x 3” x 3” and a point spacing of 80um enabling it to capture even the finest details. Sharing the same state-of-the-art high-speed architecture as the LC-2, the –MACRO version has a scan time of 5 seconds for a single view, a resolution of 1.2 Million points and includes an automated rotary turntable for fast, easy 360 degree scanning.

Features and options of the LC-2-MACRO include:

*High Performance – captures 3D data in less than 5 seconds at a resolution of 1280x960 per individual scan; the optional rotary turntable automates full 360° capture;
*Easy to use – an Ethernet interface makes the scanner simple to setup and configure and provides fast, reliable data transfer;
*Robust – all LC-2 series scanners are laser based and are nearly immune to ambient lighting changes making them ideal for production environments;
*Portable – weighing less than 5 lbs, this compact system easily fits on a desktop or can be integrated into a process line; its light weight, small form factor and tripod mount make it ideal for remote scanning jobs;
*Flexible –custom configurations and form factors are readily available; full turnkey systems are offered including multiple scanner and multiple automated turntable support.

“In addition to the standard LC-2-MACRO scanner, we can also offer a SUPER-MACRO version with 2- to 4-times the resolution on a custom basis,” added Formica. “Our unique architecture enables us to configure any scanner to specifically meet the needs of that application.”

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