Heritage preservation & art
With peel 3d scanners achieve the level of intricate details and realism to transform any object into 3D models for research, archives and more.
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Ensure you have a digital copy of a deteriorating artefact for future generations.
Restore damaged artefacts and create a missing part thanks to 3D scanning and 3D printing.
Have a human sculpture that needs fixing? Digitalize the entire object or parts for repairs or additional research.
Reproduce an existing object at a different scale for exhibits or other educational purposes.
Enable historical and archaeological research anywhere in the world by 3D scanning any object.
How can 3D scanning help you?
3D scanning opens the doors to a world of possibilities! Imagine being able to recreate highly accurate digital 3D models of any physical object. You can save a lot of time by 3D scanning objects to optimize their designs, reverse engineer them, archive the data, conduct research, and so much more!
Instinctive ergonomics. Intuitive interfaces. Learning to 3D scan can take mere minutes.
peel 3’s comfortable design and distance meter enables users to scan effortlessly—without the back and forth to the computer.
peel’s professional-grade 3D scanners can be used for a wide variety of applications.
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Yes, the scanner can use geometry and texture (color) information for positioning. Targets must be used when geometry or texture are insufficient. They don’t have to be applied directly on an object. It is possible to use them around the object, for example
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Targets are more of a complement; the scanner can use geometry and texture for positioning. They are highly recommended for flatter or smoother surfaces as well as when accuracy is important.