Flashforge Observer 3D Scanner

Flashforge Observer 3D Scanner

Flashforge Observer 3D Scanner

B&H # FL3DFFGOB1 MFR # 3D-FFG-OB1
Flashforge Observer 3D Scanner

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Product Highlights

  • Turntable Included
  • 200-Micron Accuracy
  • Scan Full Body in 100 Seconds
  • Requires Post-Editing by Flashforge
  • 1Description

Scan an actual person in true size, full color, and 200-micron accuracy with the Observer 3D Scanner from Flashforge. The included turntable will bear the weight of an average human model and will turn slowly until the Observer has scanned for color and topography. Plug the Observer into a laptop with a separately available USB 2.0 cable, and plug the turntable into an outlet with the included power cord. Use the enclosed software to capture the object and upload it to your computer. Due to the limitations of the technology, scanning of human models often requires post-editing to perfect the finishing touches on complicated areas such as hair and chin. You can upload your scans to a cloud server, and Flashforge technicians will put the finishing touches on your first 20 scans free of charge. Additional editing requires certain fees.

In the Box
Flashforge Observer 3D Scanner
  • Turntable
  • Combination Key
  • Power Cord for Turntable
  • Voltage Transmitter
  • Limited 90-Day Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Performance
    Scan Resolution 0.2 mm / 200 microns
    Scan Time Bust: 25 seconds
    Whole Body: 100 seconds
    Color Accuracy 16-Bit
    Color Restoration Rate 95%
    Software
    Operating Systems Supported Windows 7 x86, x64
    Output File Formats ASC, OBJ, STL, PLY, VML, WRP, WRL, 3DX, DXF, IV, PRC, OORL
    Hardware
    System Requirements (Recommended) CPU: i3 to i7
    RAM: 4 GB
    Graphics: Nvidia graphics card over 2 GB RAM
    Interface USB 2.0
    Physical Characteristics
    Dimensions 10.2 x 6.7 x 11.8" / 260.0 x 170.0 x 300.0 mm
    Weight 19.4 oz / 550.0 g
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