Since the launch of their first 3D Scanner, Peel laid emphasis on one thing: they are a group of enthusiasts committed to providing affordable 3D scanning technology.
Many companies have said that but Peel is different. The concept has been adopted by over 30 countries worldwide and the team behind this technology just borrow a few functionalities to high-end 3D scanners such as Creaform to meet their vision.
The reality is that, professionals complain about the expensive cost of 3D Scanners, but are often reluctant to pay a cheap one because of its rendering in terms of quality.
Peel 2, the new variant of peel integrates three
cameras, making it easy to capture the colours of objects and achieve a new
level in terms of accuracy.
“It will appeal as much to artists wishing to switch over to digital as it will to medical professionals wanting to scan the human body or mechanics working with existing components. It is by far the most comprehensive entry-level scanner on the market,” explains head of the peel 3d initiative François Leclerc.
Peel 2 specifications
Users could also capture design details and
annotations found on an object, as well as monitor the progress and accuracy of
the surface colouring.
Other features include: a system that uses the texture of scanned objects to improve its ability to accurately position itself in space as well as the reviewed peel 2.0 software offering more tools and functionalities in order to achieve even better results.
Peel 2 is priced at US $7,490, a price that is a little bit expensive compared to Peel 1 whose price is US $5,990.
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