Check out our updated guide to scanning tech and the best 3D scanners from entry-level to pro – many backed by hands-on reviews.
Oral scanning is quickly replacing molding for accurate impressions in digital dentistry. How do you make the switch and which dental scanner is right for you?
The Artec Leo is a professional-grade handheld 3D scanner that offers onboard automatic processing and a built-in HD display. Read on for our review.
Enhance crime-scene reconstruction and forensics workflows with accurate and affordable 3D scanners coupled with forensics software.
Reverse engineering software can greatly ease this complex process. Check out our picks of the best tools to aid you along the way.
Tools and techniques to ensure that your 3D printed parts are manufactured to spec and perform as required.
Virtually any vehicle part can be recreated or restored with 3D scanning and 3D printing ensuring that classic cars keep rolling.
Is the Go!Scan Spark 3D scanner by Creaform a worthy successor to the Go!Scan 20 and Go!Scan 50? Yes and yes again. Read on for our review.
The Shining 3D Einscan Pro 2X Plus is our best value pick in summer 2020. Check out our full review to find out why.
The Artec Eva is a professional handheld 3D scanner that can take on a wide range of applications. Has it stood the test of time? Read on for our review.
Is the new Shining 3D EinScan HX the perfect entry into industrial 3D scanning? Read on for our take of this scanner's specs.
To record accurate measurements of objects from museum collections faster without damage, researchers pack hand-held 3D scanners.
Revopoint 3D's POP 3D Scanner is a feature-packed, professional-grade 3D scanning device that offers portability and versatility at an affordable price of $549. (Sponsored Content)
More accurate than its previous version, the new B9 Scan 500 promises faster and easer jewelry scanning.