Remove tables, backgrounds and unwanted objects from your scan in a snap
Set the origin of your model to the perfect location to use in a variety of other software
Can’t get it all in a single pass? Seamlessly combine several scans into one...lightning fast
Employ up to three alternating features with an option to use an image or video and include a call to action button.
Optimize computer performance and save space by reducing the number of triangles your model has based on its geometry
Your scans don't have to be rough round the edges! Eliminate the noise--all while keeping important details!
Flip your scan and turn it into a left-hand side
Cut your mesh with a plan and make its base perfectly flat
Make your model watertight in one click!
Minimum System Requirements
You are interested in our 3D scanning solution, but you are wondering if your hardware and software are powerful enough to run and sustain them?
You’ll find below the minimum system requirements you need to ensure optimal operation of the peel 3d measurement solutions.
|Computer Model||HP ZBook 15 (recommended)|
|Processor||Intel Core i7 (4+ cores) – 2.7 GHz or more|
|Operating System*||Windows 7 64 bits, Windows 8.1 64 bits or Windows 10 64 bits|
|Graphics Card||NVIDIA card with 2GB memory or more
OpenGL 4.3 and later
|Memory||16 GB (minimum) or 32 GB (recommended)|
|Hard Drive||At least 100 GB of free space or 200 GB (recommended)|
|Connecting Ports||1 × USB 2.0, USB 3.0 compatible|
* 32-bits OS are not supported.
A few examples of what can be done
You will be amazed
This magnificent hand-carved statue was imported from Bali, Indonesia. Highly detailed, it is made of sandstone and was scanned in a few minutes directly, without any preparation with peel 3d.
This digital replica can now be archived or used as a reference for restoration in the years to come; a great example of what peel 3d can do in heritage preservation.
This is a bare metal gas tank belongs to a car. Although a mechanical component, it features a good level of complexity and lots of organic shapes that would be challenging to model directly with a good accuracy.
This is a great example of how peel 3d can be used in engineering. This component was scanned directly, without any preparation and could be used as a dimensional reference in an assembly or as a reference to create a CAD model.
Ornamental mirror frame
This is an intricate mirror frame that was scanned laying of a flat surface and with the help of a few targets placed all around it.
This challenging object was still no match for peel 3d, the available data processing tools made it easy to isolate the scan and finalize it; and the results came out great!