FastSCAN technical specifications
- Single camera 230mm (9 inches) in length.
Laser – system classification
- 670nm, 1mW, Class 1 .
- Patriot magnetic tracking technology. Tracker receiver for attachment to movable objects.
- Connects to USB.
- Flexible, intuitive GUI. 3D graphics: point cloud, wireframe, flat or smooth surface display, with or without normals. 3D controls: rotate, zoom, center scan, and scaling. On-screen direct linear measurements. Selectable resolution, faceted surface simplification, outlier removal. Basic editing features including sweep registration. Export formats to 3D Studio Max® (.3ds), ASCII (.txt), AutoCAD (.dxf), IGES (.igs), Lightwave (.obj), Matlab (.mat), STL (.stl), Virtual Reality Modeling Language (.wrl), Wavefront (.obj), Open Inventor (.iv), and Visualization Toolkit (.vtk), RBF (.gxt).
- Operation in the presence of large metal objects or electromagnetic fields may interfere with the scanner’s tracking, and degrade performance. Because scanning relies on the camera in the wand seeing the laser line, some surfaces may not be suitable for laser scanning, e.g., translucent, transparent, reflective, dark, or deeply convoluted surfaces. Surfaces may be treated with substances such as paint, talcum powder, or chalk dust to enhance laser camera sensitivity.
- Windows Vista SP2 32 or 64 bit OS or later
- 2 GHz Intel Pentium IV or greater
- 1 GB RAM or greater
- USB 2.0 or 3.0 port.
- Original surface simplified with FastRBF software.
- Raw scan data – Simplified, water tight mesh generated with FastRBF Extensions software.
FastSCAN is not an approved Medical Device, nor certified for medical or bio-medical use. Any references to medical or bio-medical use are examples of what medical companies have done with the Products after they have obtained all necessary or appropriate medical certifications. The end user/OEM/VAR must comply with all pertinent FDA/CE regulations pertaining to the development and sale of medical devices and all other regulatory requirements.