Sep 10, 2018 | By Thomas

SHINING 3D has announced the introduction of its new Wireless FreeScan X5+ and X7+ metrology 3D scanners at IMTS 2018 exhibition.

As SHINING 3D’s first wireless laser handheld 3D scanners, the Wireless FreeScan X5+ & X7+ are redefining the portability of handheld 3D scanners, offering users an entirely new 3D scanning experience.

“SHINING 3D is very excited to bring these new and groundbreaking wireless metrology 3D scanners – the Wireless FreeScan X5+ & X7+ – to the market. Customers now can enjoy complete freedom of 3D scanning,” said Oscar Meza, VP of Global Sales at SHINING 3D, “there is now no need to use cables to connect with computers, thus scanning large-size objects or scanning in challenging conditions become more simple and easier.”

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The Wireless FreeScan X5+ & X7+ incorporate the  “AirMaster” wireless computational processing unit, with a built-in heterogeneous multi-core SOC processor, which offers calculation of image data completely driven by the hardware. Further, the Wireless FreeScan X5+ & X7+ feature light-weight design and easy operation, supporting real-time data display on your smartphone or tablet.

Additionally, the Wireless FreeScan units provide up to 3 hours of continuous operation, and 12 hours of standby time, for trouble free prolonged operation. Backed by class-leading technology, the Wireless FreeScan scanners are capable in diverse challenging tasks in automobile, aerospace, mold and die and other industries.

The new wireless FreeScan X5+ & X7+ systems are available for pre-order with shipments commencing November 2018.



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Eric wrote at 9/18/2018 9:16:43 PM:

Hi, Would know the price of the Wireless FreeScan X5+ ? Also, would you know the price of the FreeScan X3 as well? If not, where can I find it? Thanks Eric

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