What is the iScan Lite?
Designed for professionals who need to scan intricate details in tight spaces, such as engineers, product designers, and quality control specialists across manufacturing, engineering, and cultural heritage sectors.
Who is this for?
The iScan Lite is a lightweight, portable 3D scanner perfect for engineers and designers who need precise, on-the-go scans of complex structures, especially in confined spaces.
Scans per second.
The iScan Lite, with its compact size and precision scanning capabilities, is ideal for industries where detailed 3D data of small or hard-to-reach areas are required.
In quality control and inspection, it ensures that manufactured parts meet strict specifications and standards, identifying defects or deviations. Additionally, the scanner is instrumental in cultural heritage preservation, where it digitally captures and archives intricate details of historical artifacts and monuments for restoration and study.
Furthermore, in architecture and construction, it facilitates the creation of detailed 3D models, aiding in design. These applications, among others, underscore its utility as a powerful tool for various professional and research purposes.
- Reverse Engineering
- Quality Control
- Cultural Heritage Preservation
- Product Development
- Architectural Modeling
- Medical and Dental Analysis
- Forensic Investigation
- Education and Training
- Art and Sculpture Digitization
Features and Benefits
The iScan Lite boasts a resolution of 0.020 mm, enabling highly accurate measurements.
Scans at speeds up to 1,250,000 measurements per second, facilitating quick data capture.
The iScan Lite fits in the palm of your hand, making it highly portable for fieldwork.
Multiple Scanning Modes
Offers fast, fine, and deep hole scanning modes for diverse applications.
Ensures durability and reliability even in demanding work environments.
Class II laser technology ensures safety during operation.
At just 0.57 kg, it’s one of the lightest professional 3D scanners available.
Powered by ScanViewer, it offers advanced data editing and manipulation options.
Designed for easy handling, allowing for scanning in narrow spaces.
Ideal for sectors like manufacturing, heritage preservation, and research, demonstrating its wide-ranging utility.
The iScan 3D Lite scanner serves as a critical tool in various sectors, particularly in manufacturing and engineering, where it aids in part inspection, reverse engineering, and the development of new products.
It’s also highly valued in the cultural heritage industry for the preservation and restoration of delicate historical artifacts. Within the healthcare field, Simscan’s precise scanning capabilities are essential for creating custom-fit prosthetics and orthodontics. In academia and research institutions, the scanner supports the detailed study of objects and the advancement of technology with its high-resolution imaging.
Its lightweight and user-friendly design make it an asset across these industries, especially in situations that require mobility and precision.
Hyperfine scanning: 7 blue parallel laser lines
Deep hole scanning: 1 extra blue laser line
Paired with MSCAN-L15: 0.015 mm + 0.015 mm/m
(1) ISO 17025 accredited: Based on VDI/VDE 2634 Part 3 standard and JJF 1951 specification, probing error (size) (PS) performance is evaluated.
(2) ISO 17025 accredited: Based on VDI/VDE 2634 Part3 standard and JJF 1951 specification, sphere spacing error (SD) performance is evaluated