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How does anti-reflective 3D scanning spray work?/ span>

3D scannersthey can reproduce almost any three-dimensional object in the form of a 3D model that is created in a computer program.ref = "">Laser scannerspenetrate the object with rays, creating a three-dimensional model. The structure of the scanned object may be a problem for the 3D scanner. If its surface is too shiny (e.g. car paint) or reflects too much light, the model will be inaccurate or not be created at all. In these situations an anti-reflective spray is needed for 3D scanning. When sprayed on the object, it creates a delicate layer that prevents light reflection. It significantly facilitates the work of the scanner, and the model created in the program is much more accurate.

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3D scanning spraycan be extremely useful in many industries. It is widely used, for example, in the automotive industry, because the painted surface often makes it difficult to make a precise three-dimensional model. Therefore, before starting the scan, the surface of the object should be covered with a delicate, homogeneous coating that facilitates the operation of the 3D scanner. The matted object can be scanned much faster, while obtaining a much more accurate 3D model. Most anti-reflective sprays available at, it does not require cleaning after scanning, and even disappears from the object after a few hours. Others create a micropowder effect, but it is odorless and easy to remove. Anti-reflective spraysis used to scan surfaces such as:

  • metal,
  • glass,
  • ceramics,
  • resins,
  • gpis,
  • fabrics.

S.anti-reflective prayersis used in many industries and fields of science. An example would be archeology, where scanning sprayis used to create models of archaeological excavations. If you scan at home, they can also be useful for you= "">glued reference pointsormagnetic.

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