Artec 3D is a global leader in 3D scanning technology, providing the best and most comprehensive 3D scanners and post-processing software applicable in a wide range of industries. Artec 3D Scanners bring speed, accuracy, portability, compatibility, and ease of use to users.

  2. Leo

    Meet the first 3D scanner to offer onboard automatic processing. As you scan your object, see the 3D replica being built in real time on the Leo's touch panel screen. Rotate the 3D model, check if you have capture all areas, and fill in any parts you may have missed. The 80 frames per second 3D reconstruction rate makes the Leo the fastest professional handheld 3D scanner on the market.

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  3. Space Spider

    Enhanced precision for CAD users and engineers, the Artec Space Spider is a high-resolution 3D scanner based on blue light technology. It is perfect for capturing small objects or intricate details of large industrial objects in high resolution, with steadfast accuracy and brilliant color. The Space Spider offers almost unlimited possibilities in areas such as reverse engineering, quality control, product design, and manufacturing.

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  4. Eva/Eva-Lite

    The Artec Eva is the ideal choice for making quick, textured and accurate 3D models  of medium sized objects. It scans quickly, capturing precise measurements in high resolution, which allows for almost near unlimited applications, without the use of additional equipment. Light, fast and versatile, the Eva is the most popular scanner and current market leader in handheld 3D scanners.

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Art, Graphics, Preservation...

3D scanning opens up limitless possibilities for artists of any kind, enabling them to translate their most fantastic ideas into reality. The technology drives forward the movie industry and video games - many stunts and visual effects would be difficult or even impossible to bring off before the advent of 3D scanning. Artec also takes care of ancient artifacts and monuments by digitizing them in 3D to preserve their exact copies for posterity as the objects themselves may disintegrate over time.


Dentistry, Engineering, Medicine...

Universities, colleges and laboratories are embracing 3D scanning as a powerful tool that allow students and researchers to study artifacts in greater detail than ever before without risking damaging them. The world's leading museums also use Artec 3D scanners to digitize artifacts and create online galleries facilitating access to their collections for art specialists and academics.


Developing New Solutions

Artec 3D Scanners prove to be indispensable tools in the healthcare industry. They are successfully used to produce quick and accurate scans of the body or body parts, even if the person moves about a little during scanning. Artec scanners use structure light and pose no risk to the health of the person scanned. 


Design and Manufacturing

Developing new product designs, taking the measurements of objects with complex geometry or automating workflow at manufacturing facilities used to take days or weeks to complete. You can use Artec 3D scanners to quickly capture just about any industrial object, from a small mechanical part to a turbine, with astonishing accuracy.
  1. Interactive 3D Skull Museum

    New topics are attended to everyday on college campuses across the world. For St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, the attention of bone fossils has been the center of attention for the campus Visualization Lab Team (aka the VizLab). Using the Artec's Spider and Studio 10 software, the VizLab team has spent a significant amount of time creating a virtual library of bone skulls ranging from animals to humanoid samples. 

  2. Human Body Scanning

    3D scanning is no longer limited to standstill objects! With the Artec Eva, individuals can use 3D scanning to scan live human individuals to capture high quality detail. The uses of human body scanning can be very beneficial to numerous industries. The image you see behind this information is of two prosthetics of two leg calf muscles. View the video below for a quick preview on scanning the human body.

  3. 3D Formula 1 Car

    Using a combination of the Eva 3D Scanner and Reverse Engineering Solutions, British company Central Scanning and leading CAD & CAM solutions supplier Delcam, constructed a scale model of the Delcam company Formula 1 race car. The car was scanned and then modeled in reverse engineering software. In order to scan the car appropriately, good stable lighting and minimal direct sunlight was required.

  4. 3D Presidential Portrait

    3D scanning doesn't just pertain to scanning life-less objects! With Artec 3D scanners, an opportunity to scan humans is a new opportunity all of us can explore. Such is the case for the President of the United States. Inspired by former President Abraham Lincoln's life masks, President Obama was asked to stand still for 90 seconds while two individuals circled him with two Eva scanners. The process can be seen in the video below: