3D Scanner Freescan UE


Metrology-class high precision
Accuracy up to 0.02mm, Volumetric accuracy 0.02mm+0.04mm/m.
Stability of repetitive measurement

When measuring the same workpiece repeatedly,
FreeScan UE delivers consistent results, proving stability and reliability
Portable and lightweighted

The device weights only 670g, facilitating handheld scanning
more easily and avoiding fatigue due to long working time.
Wide range of material adaptations

Supporting the scan of black and reflective surfaces to
accommodate a wider range of scanning applications.
High efficiency

The scan area can reach 510*520mm, providing larger
field of view for a smoother and more efficient scanning
Easy operation

User-friendly operating system with simple software setup
and guidance through the whole workflow process, allowing
users to master the operation at ease.
Seamless Docking to Inspection Software

The scan data can be imported into inspection softwares like
Geomagic Control X, Verisurf Inspect and Einsense Q with one click,
increasing the inspection efficiency.
Technical Specification
Scan ModeScan AccuracyVolumetric Accuracy
Multiple Lines Scan, Single Line ScanMaximum 0.02mm0.02+0.04mm/m
Scan SpeedWorking DistanceMax Scan Depth
650,000 points/s (UE7); 1,020,000 points/s (UE11)500mm300mm-700mm
Max Scan RangeSpatial Distance between pointsLight Source
510mm*520mm0.05mm-3mm14 lines+1 line blue laser ray (UE7); 22 lines +1 line blue laser ray (UE11)
Light CategoryTransmission ModeVolume
Class 2M (eye safe)USB 3.0298mmx90mmx74.5mm
WeightPowerWorking Temperature
670 gr12V,5.0A0-40℃
Working MoistureWireless FunctionCertification
Inspection ModuleRecommended Computer ConfigurationNote*
EINSENSE Q 3D digitized inspection software (optional)System:Win10,64位;Grafic Card:NVIDIA Series,GTX1080 and higher;GPU Memory:≥4G;Processor:I7-8700;Memory:≥32GBVolumetric accuracy is the relationship between the accuracy of the 3D data and the size of the object, with a reduction in accuracy of 0.04 mm per 100 cm. the standard above is determined by measuring the sphere centre distance by splicing the marker points.