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Exact Metrology 3D Scanner Designed for Small Mechanical Parts

Artec Micro is an automated, metrology-grade desktop 3D scanner used for scanning tiny mechanical parts (such as engine valves or connectors) for inspection and reverse engineering, as well as other small objects for heritage preservation, dentistry and medical industries.

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Exact Metrology’s Artec Micro 3D scanner is an automated, metrology-grade desktop 3D scanner used for scanning tiny mechanical parts (such as engine valves or connectors) for inspection and reverse engineering, as well as scanning other small objects for heritage preservation, dentistry and medical industries.

According to the company, the machine is equipped with twin cameras and blue LED lights that are synchronized with the scanner’s dual-axis rotation system to create an accurate digital copy using minimal frames. The fully automated, industrial scanner creates a high-resolution color 3D scan that is said to offer an extremely high point accuracy of up to 10 microns (0.004"), a tenth the size of a single grain of table salt. It offers a resolution of .029 mm (0.0011") with a 6.4 MP camera to capture texture data.

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