Nikon’s goal was to create a lightweight, compact, easy-to-use scanner that anyone can use to capture 3D shapes. The P3D incorporates an operating system and quick measurement application, so a PC is not required for simple operations. The width and height of the P3D is less than that of an A4 piece of paper and, at 1.9 kg, it is light enough to carry anywhere.
Incorporates a MEMS-driven mirror
The compact size of the P3D’s main body has been made possible by the use of an LD/Laser diode (690 nm) light source. An MEMS-driven mirror is used to project fringe patterns. 3D scan data can be created quickly from these fringe patterns.
The compact P3D body uses a battery to allow it to operate for short periods of time without a power supply. The P3D can be used in narrow spaces or at sites where no power supply is available.
Color point cloud output
The P3D’s color camera can capture both color point cloud and shape color cloud data. This data, including color information, can be saved and utilized with a color 3D printer.
The compact main body incorporates an LCD touch panel and quick measurement applications.
Pitch, cross section creation and measurements are all possible.
Data capture range
Image connection-Overlap connection and 2D marker connection
If a measurement is not possible with a single shot, the two connection functions can be used depending on the application.
*Concatenated data can be created with the included P3D Viewer software
Comes with P3D Viewer software
The included P3D Viewer software can be used to perform point cloud reconstruction, denoising, concatenated data creation and quick measurements.
Point cloud data can be output in ASCII, STL, and PLY formats.