Mantis Vision launched its F5-Short Range 3D imager, featuring a wide depth of field and working range for small object, close-range capture. According to the company, the handheld 3D scanner combines compact, ergonomic design with speed and ease-of-use to capture small, intricately detailed objects.
Designed to work alone, or as a complimentary tool to Mantis Vision's F5 imager, the F5-SR can complete hard-to-reach detail in complex, large-scale scenes or objects.
The scanner can work outdoors, indoors, in direct sunlight, or in complete darkness. It does not require positioning targets or advance scene preparation, and is battery operated. It includes a rugged shell and components, and requires a short training session to use, the company says.
"Recent advancements in our production technologies have enabled us to significantly reduce pricing for the F5 series, without compromising on the quality or field-readiness that our customers have come to expect," said Shabtay Negry, vice president of business development for Mantis Vision. "We are confident that the launch of the F5- SR, together with the new pricing, will significantly expand the scanning capabilities of our customers"
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company's website.