Freedom of movement with Hexagon's handheld 3D scanners

Hexagon’s Atlascan Max and Marvelscan handheld 3D scanners are designed for freedom of movement. Experience the flexibility to scan wherever you need, whether it's on the shopfloor, in the field or in high, hard-to-reach areas.

Simply scan any unstable objects in any unstable area, without any need for labour-intensive fixturing.

Scanning is unrestricted with the Altlascan Max and Marvelscan – reach into hidden areas and peer deep inside cavities from just the right angle, unbounded by the line-of-sight limitations of a 3D scanner that uses a referencing device.

Thanks to lightweight design, these wireless-enabled 3D scanners can be easily carried to the measurement object instead of bringing the part to the inspection room.

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