Shining 3D EinScan-SP

Platinum desktop 3D scanner for various applications

  • Easy operation
  • Automatic software
  • High compatibility
  • High precision
  • $2,608.58 $3,173.32 -18%

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Model :
  • Shining 3D EinScan-SE
  • Shining 3D EinScan-SP

Content: 1 pc

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Item no.: UFP-SHGEINSCANSP, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 6970163081410

  • Easy operation
  • Automatic software
  • High compatibility
  • High precision

Product information & technical details

Manufacturer No.: SHGEINSCANSP
Manufacturers: Shining 3D
Content: 1 pc
Product types: 3D Scanners
Supported Formats (Slicer): STL, OBJ


Easier operation and higher efficiency

It takes 8 s to scan an object using the EinScan SE and 4s when using the EinScan SP.
The duration of a 360° scan takes 2 minutes when using the EinScan-SE and 1 minute with the EinScan-SP.

Compatible with 3D printers

The software automatically generates a "watertight" file of the scan and is ideal for 3D printing.

Automatic software

  • Automatic calibration
  • One-click scanning
  • Automatic alignment and direct mesh generation
  • Multiple alignment options for the EinScan SP: brand, turntable, feature and manual
  • The EinScanSp provides a higher accuracy for single scans. (0.05 mm)


The structured-light 3D scanning technology provides a high degree of accuracy during scanning.


The visible white light, not a laser, is harmless to the eye.

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Further technical information can be found in the PDF file.

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