The DAVID SLS-3 HD by David Laserscanner is the upgraded version of their Structured Light 3D Scanner featuring a HD cam with higher 1920x1200 resolution with enhanced detail, improved accuracy and software features. The new SLS-3 HD is driven by the updated DAVID version 4.3 3d scanning software.
Camera with DAVID firmware (adjusted for SL scanning)
Slider for easy and faster setup of projector and camera (enables exact setup in mm and deg)
HD Video projector with higher capacity and larger focus range
Stable Glass calibration panels
High-precision and high-speed 3D scanning at an unbeatable price: Experience the innovative DAVID SL scanning system!
The DAVID-CAM-4-M now has improved firmware which insure greater alignment accuracy between scans. Its resolution (1920x1200) it has a really crisp image and allows scan resolutions of 0.1% of the object size (down to 40 micron)! Also we include a new megapixel camera lens from Computar - better image quality and easier to handle.
The new DAVID-SLS-3 HD scanner employs the innovative Structured Light technology, which allows precise 3D scanning in a matter of seconds. The scanner is mobile and can be placed easily in front of the surface to be scanned. A single click in the well-proven DAVID software starts the scan - and a few seconds later the digitized 3D model shows up on your screen! This way you can subsequently scan all sides of the object, and finally combine them to a closed 360° model. The modular hardware setup allows a flexible adaptation to your object - any size from coin to couch is possible! The results can be exported into common 3D file formats (OBJ, STL, PLY) and processed in other applications, e.g. for rapid prototyping, inspection, product presentations, archaeology and cultural heritage, works of art, computer animations, video games... The limits are set only by your imagination!
The Getting Started Guide is available in English. A more detailed User Manual can be found here.
HD Video projector with special lens for large focus range with remote control
1920 x 1200 DAVID-CAM-4-M USB 3.0 CMOS Monochrome HD Camera with Lens
USB drive with DAVID-Laserscanner Pro Edition 4.3 software (licensed)
Aluminium mounting rack with flexible configuration options
Professional Tripod for stable setup
Glass Calibration panel for multiple scan volumes
All required cables
Printed "Getting Started" guide
Scan object size ~ 10mm - 600mm
DAVID-CAM-4-M 1920 x 1200 camera with HD resolution
HD cam camera lens from Computar
resolution: ~0.05% of object size (down to 0.04mm)
precision: ~0.05% of object size (down to 0.08mm)
scanning time: 2-4 seconds per scan
mesh density: up to 1.2000.000 Vertices per scan
export formats: obj, stl, ply
2 year warranty
Optimal Set Up Configurations Based on Object Size
Size of the scan object / scan area
Position of the Camera (seen from rear)
up to 110 mm
to the left of the projector
110 to 350 mm
optional, better to the left
from 350 mm
to the right of the projector
Left: Small object Z short distances; Right: Large object Z greater distances
Standard PC (Windows XP, Vista or 7 - 32 or 64 bit)
Two available USB 3.0 ports
available VGA or HDMI port
Recommended: 2 GHz CPU, 4 GB RAM, 3d graphics card (e.g. NVIDIA GeForce or ATI Radeon)
Training Tutorial Videos-
The DAVID SLS-3 HD 3D scanner mainly consists of a camera and a projector. This tutorial will run you through how to set up and install you 3D Scanner.
One of the great advantages of the David SLS-3 3D Scanner is its modular setup is that it can be adjusted for small and large objects. This 3D scanning tutorial shows you how to set up your scanned for the object size you wish to scan.
This video tutorial runs you through the process of Calibrating your DAVID SLS-3 3D Scanner to ensure the DAVID software knows your 3D scanners exact configuration. Only then can it can create precise 3D scan data.
This training tutorial will show you how to 3D scan with the DAVID SLS3 HD 3D Scanner and collect three Dimensional information as well as colour textures.
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