An announcement for the Revopoint RANGE 3D scanner
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Revopoint Kickstarts Its New RANGE 3D Scanner

Revopoint is no stranger to Kickstarter, with three successful campaigns for POP, POP2, and MINI, under their belts. And now they are back with their RANGE 3D scanner designed to scan large objects.

RANGE’s powerful new infrared light projector gives it a maximum scanning range of 800 mm while retaining an impressive single-frame precision of up to 0.1 mm. Making RANGE handy for scanning large objects like cars, furniture, and industrial parts. It even makes scanning a human body in just one scan possible.

Big Object Scanning at Your Fingertips

A handheld 3D scanner used to create a 3D model of a green couch

The new infrared projection system gives RANGE a flexible working distance between 300mm to 800mm with a single capture range of 360mm x 650mm @600mm. This makes the RANGE useful for scanning things like furniture, people, and other large objects.

The integrated self-developed chip and advanced algorithms boost frame stitching quality and efficiency when scanning. And thanks to better hardware, the FPS is faster than Revopoint’s previous scanners, with a quite nippy maximum of 18 frames per second.

The new dual IR cameras with aspheric lenses reduce image aberrations and ensure that the micro-structured infrared light evenly reaches the sensors. The RANGE has single-frame precision of up to 0.1mm and a point distance of up to 0.3mm that can capture accurate details and features.

Its mere 210 grams of weight, portability, and ability to be used as a handheld or fixed 3D scanner with the included power bank handle and 2-in-1 cable make the RANGE a good all-rounder.

A female adult using a 3D scanner to scan a male child

Diverse Uses

RANGE’s smooth scanning and large capture area also make the RANGE quite handy for capturing car parts. And for things like furniture or fittings, as well as entire rooms for use in software like DreamPlan or MagicPlan. In addition, the RANGE’s large scanning area makes it ideal for capturing delicate old items with minimal touching needed.

A Revopoint RANGE 3D scanner used to scan a painting of a blue bird

Ever Thought of Having a Digital Twin?

In under 2 minutes, the RANGE can fully capture a person with ease. With help from the RGB camera, the 3D model can be fully-colored and nearly lifelike. This is a pretty great time-saving feature if you need to create models for video games, costume design, AR VR, or metaverse 3D modeling.

A person 3D scanning another person for tailoring purposes

Updated Scanning Software is a Big Improvement

It’s not only RANGE’s powerful new hardware driving a good scanning experience. The newly updated Revo Scan has a redesigned UI streamlining the scanning experience. Revo Scan is compatible with Windows, macOS, Android, and IOS. It supports a wide array of 3D modeling and slicer software with its ability to output OBJ, PLY, and STL file formats.

Key Specs

  • Dual Infrared Light Cameras
  • Single-frame Precision Up to 0.1mm
  • Single-frame Accuracy Up to 0.3mm
  • Point Distance/Resolution 0.3mm
  • Working Distance 300mm ~ 800mm
  • Single Capture Range 360mm x 650mm @600mm
  • Scanning Speed 12fps – 18fps
  • Class 1 Infrared Light

If you’re in the market for a versatile 3D scanner that can capture large objects, people, and even delicate items with ease, consider checking out the RANGE scanner by Revopoint.

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