eviXscan 3D  

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Bielsko-Biala,  43300

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The eviXscan 3D company is a designer and manufacturer of high-quality 3D scanners based on structural light technology. Its offer contains several types of high-precision scanners differing in scanning range and accuracy. Their main application is in non-contact quality control, reverse engineering and rapid prototyping. eviXscan 3D also offers automated five-axis scanning system eviXmatic for repeatable quality control tasks and robotized systems with cobots/robots from Universal Robots, Han*s, Kuka or ABB. Through an extensive network of resellers, eviXscan 3D scanners are available in more than 30 countries around the world.


eviXscan 3D FinePrecision scanner

 Press Releases

  • Bielsko-Biala, Poland , 10th June 2021 –  Evatronix launches eviXscan 3D Optima+ M scanner which is distinguished by high accuracy and speed. It replaces the Heavy Duty Optima model which production was ended in February 2021.

    Optima+ M is designed for precise scanning of medium-sized objects: roughly 7 cm to 1 m. In comparison to eviXscan 3D Heavy Duty Optima, the time of taking a single scan with Optima+ M is four times shorter and equals 1.2 seconds. Thanks to that external conditions have less influence on the process quality. The scanning area is increased (by 43% compared to the previous model): a single scan made by Optima+ M can collect measurement data from a volume of 320 mm x 190 mm x 120 mm. Despite the extension of the scanning range, the high quality of the scans is maintained. Optima+ M scanner provides a high density of scanning points (117 pts/mm2), and its accuracy ranges 0.009 mm (parameter Ps in accordance with the VDI/VDE guideline 2634 Part 2). This is the result of using high-speed 7 MPx cameras and a projector using modern DLP chipset that allow to achieve more accurate measurement results despite the increased scanning range. 

    Compared to its predecessor, Optima+ M has a reduced distance between scanner and the scanned object, which facilitates the operation of the measuring device. Configuration of Optima+ M is more straightforward thanks to the elimination of HDMI cable – only USB 3.0 cable is necessary to connect the scanner to the computer. As all eviXscan 3D scanners, Optima+ M is supported in scanning process by numerous accessories delivered with the scanner or available as options.

    Due to its light, compact design and ease of integration, Optima+ M can be used in robotized measurement systems. Evatronix has already developed software that supports scanner integration with Universal Robots, HAN*S and Kuka cobots/robots. It guarantees efficient system implementation and easy operation. Optima+ M as a universal scanner, with excellent value for money, can also be successfully used in reverse engineering, non-contact quality control or rapid prototyping. 

      We designed Optima+ M with to make it as versatile as possible in various industries – says Szymon Ścibikleader of the R&D team at Evatronix– Thanks to the proper selection of components, we managed to create a measuring device that achieves high accuracy results while maintaining a large scanning area.

    eviXscan 3D Optima+ M scanner is available for demonstration and ordering now with first deliveries planned for July 2021. For more details, visit evixscan3d.com.

  • Bielsko-Biała, Poland and Odense, Denmark, 17th March 2021 – Evatronix SA has joined Universal Robots ecosystem and got UR+ certificate for its Heavy Duty Optima 3D scanner as a device compatible with UR cobots. The result of the cooperation is a solution supporting the quality control process.

    The cooperation between Evatronix and Universal Robots (UR), the leader in the field of collaborative robots (cobots), has been established to improve the process of deploying automated quality control systems on production lines. UR+ certificate (a platform offering certified accessories for UR cobots) guarantees seamless implementation of the system, which reduced the time of return on investment.

    The interaction of eviXscan 3D scanner with Universal Robots cobots is possible thanks to a unique extension (URCap) to the cobot software called eviXscan 3D scanner, which was developed by Evatronix. It enables the cobot to communicate with the eviXscan 3D Suite scanner software. This extension allows the scanning process to run under the collaborative robot's control and program this process using the cobot's teaching panel. 

    The UR+ application kits with the eviXscan 3D Heavy Duty Optima scanner is an autonomic measuring unit capable of operating continuously in the production cycle. – Thanks to the specially designed URcap software, an operation of eviXscan 3D Heavy Duty Optima scanner on the cobot's arm proceeds in a plug & play mode – said Radosław Siwiec, Programmer, R&D 3D in Evatronix– Programming robot paths is easy and does not require expertise. The user can select Single Scan or HDR mode and easily define scanning parameters for a series of scans.

    It is also possible to use the full potential of eviXscan 3D Suite software and calling up predefined macro commands, such as post-processing of scans or export of 3D models to external quality control programs such as Design Control X or PolyWorks. The transfer of 3D models from the scanner to an external program is carried out automatically after the entire system has been configured accordingly. A report or OK/NOK information is generated for the checked object after a quality check is done. The aim of integration eviXscan 3D Heavy Duty Optima scanner with robot arm is to facilitate full automation of quality control based on 3D scanning technology on the production lines of Industry 4.0 (plug and produce concept).

    eviXscan 3D Heavy Duty Optima scanner uses blue LED structured light, which in combination with filters with appropriate spectral characteristics provides immunity to changing lighting conditions during measurement. The scanner achieves an accuracy of up to 0.0183 mm and provides a point density of 95 pt/mm². Heavy Duty Optima is designed for objects of the size 5 cm  100 cm. The scanner can work in almost every environment – it is resistant to dust and moisture. Using a rotary table can further improve the scanning process.

    – If you use the new UR+ certified eviXscan 3D scanner from Evatronix in combination with an UR robot, prototyping and scanning becomes easier than ever – explains Irene GallegoUR+ Implementation Engineer and continues: – The new scan product is empowered by the UR cobot experience in combination with the potential 3D processing software from Evatronix to be a “plug and produce” component for the UR+ ecosystem.

    For information about the UR+ application sets with the eviXscan 3D Heavy Duty Optima scanner, contact Evatronix or Universal Robots specialists. Details on the websites: evixscan3d.com and universal-robots.com.

  • Bielsko-Biała, Poland, 10th March 2021 – Evatronix launches eviXscan 3D FinePrecision scanner. The measuring device is distinguished by high precision measurement and high level of detail of the scanned surface.

    eviXscan 3D FinePrecision is an optical measuring device operating with blue LED light source. The scanner equipped with two fast 8.9 Mpix cameras of the latest generation with CMOS matrices is characterized by high accuracy of reproduction of even the smallest elements of precision mechanics FinePrecision technology enables to achieve an accurate measurement of the dimensions of the scanned object (accuracy better than 6 µm, repeatability less than 3 µm). The detail of the scans obtained results from high density of recorded points (more than 1200 points per square millimeter of the scanned surface). A single scan can collect measurement data from a volume of 120 mm x 60 mm x 45 mm.

    The advantage of the eviXscan 3D FinePrecision scanner is the short scanning time. The combination of high-speed cameras and the modern DLP light projection system, whose signal triggers the cameras every time a new pattern is displayed, reduces the scan acquisition time to several hundred milliseconds.

    FinePrecision scans with high level of detail which is crucial when measuring elements of precision mechanics (micro rotors, small plastic elements made by injection molding, objects manufactured on CNC machines or by 3D printing). The scanner allows also precise 3D scanning of sharp-edged tools or components. FinePrecision can also be used in the scanning of implants, in prosthetics as well as in jewelry manufacturing and watchmaking industry. Its precision enables its use in the optimization of the 3D printing process.

    – Based on experience with our Heavy Duty scanners and discussions with our customers indicating areas where precise measurement and very detailed surface mapping was needed, we defined the requirements for a scanner that is a solution for these unfulfilled needs – said Kamil GóraProduct Manager of 3D Scanners in Evatronix– According to these requirements our R&D department developed a product ready to meet everyday challenges of metrology labs with measurement of fine mechanics objects. Using cameras and projector optimized specifically for our scanner, allowed us to offer a product adjusted to the needs of its future users, really a scanner "from engineers for engineers”.

    eviXscan 3D FinePrecision can also be used in the field of predictive maintenance. The identification of microdamage to key components of production equipment (e.g. turbine blades) helps to prevent potential failures, which in turn reduces costs of downtimes.

    Fine Precision scanner is available for demonstration and ordering now with first deliveries planned for the second half of March 2021.

  • Bielsko-Biała, 28 January 2021 – Evatronix, the eviXscan 3D scanners manufacturer, launched an update of its front-end 3D software – eviXscan 3D Suite to the version 2.7. It has been enhanced with innovative functions that increase work efficiency with an eviXscan 3D scanner and the overall comfort of the scanning process. Moreover, purchasing software upgrade 2.7 gives the customer access to all forthcoming functionality extensions that will be introduced within the next 12 months.

    eviXscan 3D Suite 2.7 ensures full compatibility with all eviXscan 3D scanners and associated devices. It works with the following eviXscan 3D scanner: Loupe+, Pro+, HD Quadro, HD Optima and HD Basic to the extent that the scanner model allows.

    The following are the most prominent new functions introduced in the version 2.7:

    • autoexposure, 
    • removal of rotary table surface and areas outside of the scanned object,
    • new tool for defining variable steps of the rotary table. 

    eviXscan3D Suite software upgrade 2.7 also improved existing features namely:

    • automatic removal of markers (targets) during the scanning,
    • optimization of graphic engine for the processing and evaluation of scans,
    • more efficient graphics engine,
    • improved algorithms for aligning scans with the use unique coded markers.


    – The newly issued software package eviXscan 3D Suite 2.7 offers new functionalities which help and facilitate the 3D scanning, and at the same time provides a significant improvement in accuracy and speed of the scanning process – says Szymon Ścibik, Software Lead Developer from R&D Team at Evatronix. – We listen to our customer’s and partners’ opinions, which give us directions for further software development and we adjust eviXscan 3D Suite to their needs on an ongoing basis.

  • Bielsko-Biala, Poland and Ontario, Canada, 11th May 2021 – Evatronix SA has established cooperation with Canadian Additive Manufacturing, which became a distributor of eviXscan 3D scanners and solutions on the territory of Canada.

    Canadian Additive Manufacturing deals with additive manufacturing and 3D scanning solutions. The company operates in the Canadian market, a demanding market in terms of introducing new scanning technologies and processes. That is why Canadian Additive Manufacturing carefully selects new products for its portfolio. The company focuses on choosing the best solution from a given product category and, in the case of 3D scanners, it has decided on the eviXscan 3D brand:

    – We are very excited to incorporate a top of the line structured light scanner for metrology applications into our portfolio – says Jason Podger, Managing Director of Canadian Additive Manufacturing– Evatronix's products are high-end equipment at a competitive price. The possibility of cooperation of eviXscan 3D scanners with Geomagic products is an additional advantage – we use Design X and Control X programs in our projects every day. We also offer them for sale the possibility of their integration with the scanner is very useful.

    An important aspect that influenced the decision of Canadian Additive Manufacturing to represent Evatronix is the performance and technical specifications of eviXscan 3D products: 

    – After receiving the eviXscan 3D Heavy Duty Quadro scanner, we were very impressed with the quality of data we can get from it and how well built the product is – explains J. Podger. – All of this makes us excited about the prospect of working with Evatronix, and we look forward to promoting the eviXscan 3D brand in Canada.

    Janina Bugla, Export Manager at Evatronix SA, talks about the opportunities resulting from the partnership with the Canadian company: 

    – As a company, we always operate in two ways: we constantly launch new products and expand our distribution network, developing new export directions. Cooperation with Canadian Additive Manufacturing will allow us to intensify our foreign sales and strengthen our position on the global market. Our Canadian distributor will take care of sales of the full range of eviXscan 3D devices and customer service. It will also provide the highest quality of service, ensuring that, if necessary, customers can quickly contact and answer their questions without intermediaries and language barriers. 

    Asked about expectations from the cooperation, J. Bugla replies: 

    – We see great potential in the cooperation with the Canadian Additive Manufacturing team. With our products and their solid knowledge and experience on the 3D market, we will be able to effectively promote our technology in Canada and ensure that the local customer is satisfied with their investment.

  • Bielsko-Biała and Dielsdorf, Switzerland, 16 December 2020 – Evatronix established cooperation with the Swiss company Chromos Group which became a distributor of eviXscan 3D scanners manufactured by Evatronix, in Switzerland, Austria, the Principality of Liechtenstein and part of Germany (Bavaria).

    Chromos is an international group of companies, with customers and suppliers worldwide, distributing production equipment, consumables and accessories for many industries. One of its areas of activity is the 3D industry within which a specialized team provides consulting services and sales of solutions for industries using 3D printing. The Chromos 3D factory carries out, among others, reverse engineering and prototyping projects.

    This team became interested in 3D scanners produced by Evatronix, which led to the signing of an agreement under which Chromos Group became a distributor of eviXscan 3D scanners and solutions.

    Innovation is an extremely desirable feature in today's business. This is also known to Chromos Group specialists who identified the potential both in eviXscan 3D scanners and Evatronix team:

    – We are generally looking for innovative partners with whom we can establish good and long cooperation – said Agnes Balassa, Marketing Project Manager 3D of Chromos Group– We found that the team of Evatronix, their skills and spirit, meet our expectations. Since we are working together, they are proving us their competences. Communication with team of Evatronix is fast, direct and effective.

    A. Balassa adds – We appreciate Evatronix’s product portfolio, its support and we are looking forward to the future developments.

    Evatronix experts also are aware of the potential resulting from the established cooperation. Adam Morawiec, Vice President for Business Development at Evatronix SA, emphasizes the new possibilities resulting from signing the distribution agreement:

    – The eviXscan 3D scanners and automated 3D solutions are used in very diverse industrial applications including these requiring the highest scanning precision which is especially sought by the Swiss industry. We are very glad that the expansion of our product portfolio towards such solutions has been appreciated by the Chromos Group which has a long-term relationship with the local industry.

    When asked about plans, A. Morawiec replies:

    – We strongly believe that this partnership will be highly instrumental in reaching customers both in Switzerland and in the neighboring countries where our partner will also represent us – in Austria and Liechtenstein, where we don’t have yet any representation, and will strengthen our presence in the southern German federal states.

    The Chromos Group represents HP, FujiFilm, Universal Robots, and Trelleborg, to name but a few of the 70 brands in the Swiss company portfolio. Evatronix has now joined the group of those renowned partners. Specialists from the Polish company unanimously emphasize that the prospect of cooperation with Chromos Group, which has a turnover of 150 million Swiss francs, opens new opportunities for eviXscan 3D scanners at Western European market. Customers' requirements in precision mechanics, many of whom are on the Swiss market, will stimulate the development of 3D technology at Evatronix, especially towards quality control applications directly on the production line.

  • Johannesburg and Bielsko-Biała5 February 2021 –3DWORX (www.3dworx.co.za) applied the eviXscan 3D Heavy Duty Optima scanner and the Geomagic Design X software in the innovative development project of an electric motorcycle at Blackstone Tek Hypertek.More details in case study. 

    Design the most innovative electric motorcycle using CAD, but also hand-sculpting some prototype parts is the essence of the work to achieve an original organic aesthetic. The Master designer is Pierre Terblanche, responsible for the following styling motorcycles: Ducati 999, the HyperMotard and the SuperMono.   

    The primary tool in the process conducted by 3DWORX was eviXscan 3D Heavy Duty Optima scanner – a professional high-precision 3D scanning device for reverse engineering, contactless quality control and fast prototyping of medium-sized models.   

    The solution used by 3DWORX was to combine CAD modeling with 3D scanning. The entire motorcycle design can be represented in CAD thanks to the application of the previously mentioned eviXscan 3D Heavy Duty Optima scanner, the eviXscan Suite 3D scanning software and the 3D Systems Geomagic Design X software for reverse engineering. 

    Blackstone Tek (BST) is an innovative company that builds carbon fiber performance products. It is a combination of the business profile and a love for racing which enables them to create exceedingly strong but still lightweight wheels, and fuel tanks, swingarms, fairings and custom-built components for iconic motorcycle and automotive brands 

    More details about application of eviXscan 3D Heavy Duty Optima scanner in the Blackstone Tek Hypertek Electronic Motorcycle development project in case study at evixscan3d.com. 


  • eviXscan 3D FinePrecision
    Key features of eviXscan 3D FinePrecision scanner are high accuracy of scans, above-average detail of scans obtained due to the high density of acquired points and short data acquisition time....

  • eviXscan 3D FinePrecision scanner is equipped with two fast 8.9 Mpx cameras with CMOS matrices of the latest generation. FinePrecision technology enables to achieve an accurate measurement of the dimensions of the scanned object: accuracy higher than 6 µm, repeatability lower than 3 µm. The high-level scan detail results from high density of acquired points (more than 1200 points per square millimeter of the scanned surface). A single scan can collect measurement data from a volume of 120 mm x 60 mm x 45 mm. The combination of high-speed cameras and the modern DLP light projection system, in which projector triggers the cameras every time a new pattern is displayed, reduces the scan acquisition time to several hundred milliseconds.

    The scanner is designed as a measuring device for precision mechanics or for scanning of implants, prosthetics, watch elements or jewelry. FinePrecision allows for precise 3D scanning of sharp-edge tools. Its precision enables also to optimize the 3D printing process. FinePrecision can be used in the field of predictive maintenance for small wearing elements like turbine blades.

  • eviXscan 3D Optima+ M
    Optima+ M is the latest 3D scanner available in eviXscan 3D portfolio. It is distinguished by high accuracy and speed. In optimal way combines key parameters with attractive purchase price and implementation of a complete system....

  • eviXscan 3D Optima+ M is distinguished by high measurement accuracy (up to 0.009 mm), high density of points (117 pt/mm²) and a wide measurement range (320 mm x 190 mm x 120 mm). Optima+ M allows for precise scan of medium-sized objects of dimensions starting from a few centimeters to about 1 m. The scanner uses high-speed 7 Mpx cameras and a projector with modern DLP chipset that allows to achieve highly accurate measurement results. The time of taking single scan with Optima+ M is as short as 1,2 s. The distance between Optima+ M and the scanned object is only 400 mm, which facilitates the operation of the device around the scanned object. Configuration of Optima+ M is straightforward - only a single USB 3.0 cable is necessary to connect the scanner to the computer.

    Optima+ M was designed for use in automated robotic systems due to its light, compact design and easy configuration. eviXscan 3D has developed software that supports the scanner integration with Universal Robots, HAN*S and Kuka cobots/robots which guarantees efficient system implementation and easy operation. The scanner can be used in reverse engineering, non-contact quality control or rapid prototyping.

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