Raptor 3D Laser Scanner is an open-source, do-it-yourself 3D laser scanner powered by Raspberry Pi B+, Webinterface, Raspberry Pi Cam 5 Megapixel, Professional Micro ATX Power Supply, 2 Line Lasers, Raptor 3D interface board, Stepper Motor controlled turn-table, 8 GB SD Card, Open-Source Firmware.
No soldering required - really easy to build: Raptor 3D Scanner fully assembled within +- 2 hours.
• Easy to use: 3D scan objects via a web browser and download the scanned object
• Uses two line lasers and a stepper motor driven turntable for fully automatic 360 degree scans
• Export point clouds as STL, PLY and XYZ
• Completely open-source DIY project
• No driver or scan software needed on your PC
• Scanned model can be used as-is or can be made print ready using software packages such as Meshlab
Sample Scan Gallery
The Raptor 3D Scanner is powered by a Raspberry Pi B+. The Raspberry Pi is a powerful credit-card size single-board computer. The Raspberry Pi B+ is functionally integrated in the general design of the Raptor 3D Scanner. The Model B+ allows fast scanning file processing and offers an advanced level of connectivity. The Raspberry Pi creates a Web interface which can be accessed over Ethernet or Wifi.
Easy to use: 3D scan your objects using a web browser and download the generated STL, PLY or XYZ file. There is no driver or other software required on your PC. Generated objects can be used as-is or taken for post production by using a software package as Meshlab. The Raptor 3D scanner parameter set is fully available via the web interface. All mechanical settings, delays, scan resolution (1.2, 1.9 and 5 Megapixel), using the left or right or both lasers, scanning in 360 degree or less degrees can be changed by the user.
Sensor: 5 Megapixel
Detail resolution: 0.25 mm
Two line laser: Wavelength 650nm
Color support: yes
360° from single scan: yes
Diameter turn-table: 150 mm
Scan volume: 15 cm x 20 cm
Scan speed: 12+ minutes (depends upon detail)
Steps per rotation: Up to 3200