The all-new transformable metallic 3D printer from Mooz is designed for ultimate precision at an incredibly affordable price. Whether you’re a DIY’er or professional designer, you have the luxury of a modular printer that offers CNC Carving, Laser Engraving, and 3D Printing without the hefty price tag. If the mission is to make printing available to everyone, Mooz has accomplished its goals.

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Whether you want to experience interactive content by wearing a VR headset or simply reinvent the selfie with the Wiggle Gram effect, the SID camera has a full suite of 3D effects designed specifically for reinventing video and image content. Equipped with digital video calibration software and a form factor that fits into the palm of your hand, SID is an action-packed camera that works seamlessly with your smartphone or laptop.

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Bottom line: The iPad mountable iSense 3D Scanner is a functional device that can be greatly enhanced by third-party 3D printing applications. With a scan volume that ranges between 8″ and 118 inches, DIYers can scan, crop, edit, enhance and export their scanned objects using the iSense companion app. But if you’re looking for a 0.1mm high-resolution scanner with geometric precision, this is not the device for you. As the saying goes, “you get what you pay for it.”

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The EinScan-S by SHINING 3D is an affordable structured light desktop scanning system known for creating high-quality 3D images. Without needing the proficiency of an expert DIY maker, EinScan comes with an easy-to-use software program allowing easy switching between Automatic and Free Scan modes. Capable of scanning objects both small and large, EinScan’s rotational turntable takes less than three minutes – 4x’s faster than any other competitive 3D scanner.

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Armed with slit laser triangulation technology capable of a 0.25 mm scan accuracy, the da Vinci 1.0 Pro 3in1 is a multi-purpose 3D printer designed for DIY makers. With automatic imaging taking only 5 minutes at a scan resolution of 3 x 3 cm to 15 x 15 cm, XYZprinting built the “perfect machine for becoming your own manufacturer.”

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With the ability to digitize objects up to 8″ tall, the MakerBot Digitizer is an easy-to-use affordable 3D desktop scanner. Whether you’re a creative hobbyist or an architect, MakerBot’s scanner is equipped with two state-of-the-art lasers and a 1.3 megapixel CMOS camera.

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If you’re looking to capture the 3D geometry of small objects (no bigger than a piece of paper) in amazing detail in a matter of seconds, the Fuel 3D Scanify is a great choice. Armed with two 3.5 megapixel RGB cameras, LED lights, and a Xenon Flash system, the Fuel 3D Scanify uses photogrammetry algorithms to deliver high-quality 3D geometric images.

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Equipped with a three-point leveling system, the FlashForge Creator Pro build platform is designed for precision and is perfect for printing 1.75mm ABS, PLA, nylon, dissolvable filament, even composite materials like wood and metal.

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Manufactured to provide industrial-level precision, the MakerGear M2 is an affordable FDM printer in its 5th generation (M2e). Capable of hitting layer resolutions as low as 20 microns, this high-quality printer strikes the perfect balance between speed (200 mm/sec) and durability (stainless steel frame).

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