Artec Space Spider is perfect for capturing small objects or intricate details of large objects with steadfast accuracy and brilliant color.
The scanner’s ability to render complex geometry, sharp edges and thin ribs sets Artec’s technology apart. Ideal for scanning objects such as molding parts, PCBs, keys, coins or even a human ear. Then export the final 3D model to CAD software.
|Eva||Space Spider & Spider|
|3D resolution, up to||0.5 mm|
|3D point accuracy, up to||0.1 mm|
|3D accuracy over distance, up to||0.03% over 100 cm|
|Warm up period for achieving maximum accuracy||Space Spider: 3 min
Spider: 30 min
|Texture resolution||1.3 mp|
|Light source||flash bulb (no laser)||blue LED|
|Working distance||0.4 – 1 m||0.17 – 0.35 m|
|Linear field of view, HxW @ closest range||214 × 148 mm||90 × 70 mm|
|Linear field of view, HxW @ furthest range||536 × 371 mm||180 × 140 mm|
|Angular field of view, HхW||30 × 21°|
|Video frame rate, up to||16 fps||7.5 fps|
|Exposure time||0.0002 sec.||0.0005 sec.|
|Data acquisition speed, up to||2 mln points / sec.||1 mln points / sec.|
|Multi core processing||Yes|
|3D formats||OBJ, PLY, WRL, STL, AOP, ASCII, Disney PTEX, E57, XYZRGB|
|Formats for measurements||CSV, DXF, XML|
|Weight||0.85 kg (1.9 lb)|
|Dimensions, HxDxW||262 × 158 × 63 mm||190 × 140 × 130 mm|
|Power consumption||12V, 48W||12V, 24W|
|Interface||1 × USB 2.0, USB 3.0 compatible|
|Processing capacity||40 mln triangles / 1 GB RAM|
|Processor||Intel I5 or I7|
|Memory||12 GB||18 GB|
|Video cards||NVIDIA or AMD Recommended: NVIDIA GeForce 400 Series or higher, at least 1 GB of memory|
|OS||Windows 7, 8, 10 – x64|
|Free disk space||300 MB for installation|
Not supported: Windows XP, Windows Vista, 32-bit OS, AMD FirePro M6100 Fire GL V
Not recommended: Xeon or AMD processors, NVIDIA SLI or AMD CrossFire configurations
NVIDIA Quadro and Intel cards are officially supported starting from the release of Artec Studio 11.
3D printing and Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) are now common tools engineers use to conceptualize designs. This 45 minute webcast will investigate how 3D printing and simulation technologies have traditionally worked together and where they are going.
During this interactive workshop with data management experts you will learn how to avoid setbacks and come out on top when migrating from SOLIDWORKS PDM Workgroup to your new PDM environment. Whether you are moving to SOLIDWORKS PDM Standard or Professional, this workshop will give you valuable insights. You will take back to your office an actionable plan.