Re: Scanner for jewelry

From: Rafael Santillan (rsanti@3drapid.com)
Date: Fri Jan 11 2002 - 20:29:52 EET


Chris

for a cheap option see Rolland scanners I do use a Picza for small jewlery
work and is a good valuer for money

http://www.gravers.com/iedpix30.html

Quoting Paul-Henri Tinguely <ph.tinguely@altair-consulting.com>:

> Hello Chris,
>
> You have different brands and have to make your mind:
>
> The Rainbow 3d Scanner from Chatham Research email is:
> chathamres@aol.com
>
> Minolta the VI X00 serie visit http://www.minolta.com
> and look for the industrial equipment 3D scanners
>
> Gom the ATOS visit http://www.gom.com
>
> If you are looking for high accuracy, I think Gom may provide it to
> you.
>
> With my best regards
>
> Paul-Henri Tinguely
>
>
>
> Chris Kayton a crit :
> >
> > Happy new year list,
> >
> > Anybody know scanner for small object such as jewelry . Accuracy
> should be
> > around 3-25 micron.
> >
> > Any help would be appreciated.
> >
> > Chris Kayton.
> >
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