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Instructions are located in the user guide User Guide Artec Studio Artec AT3E note that the base of the calibration table should be aligned with the lines on the paper. Artec Eva is pre-calibrated. If it suffers damage due to a fall, it may affect its pre-calibration values. In case of damage, the calibration may have to be corrected to its original values User Guide Artec Studio It is suggested to scan with zero sensitivity.

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Scanning whitish bones and teeth shining surfaces Artec AT3E cases of exception which may require an increase in sensitivity levels. It may be easier to scan a bone without the scanner losing track by increasing sensitivity. Avoid setting higher sensitivity values as the scan may result in duplicate images of the bone surface. It is recommended to perform scanning in a dark environment; close Artec AT3E curtains and turn off the lights. Use a textured base like a piece of paper with drawings on it and, if necessary, slightly increase scanning sensitivity.

In addition, reduce texture brightness or set it to zero when Artec AT3E. Artec Eva seems better suited to scan shining surfaces than Artec Spider.

Scanning errors have been encountered while using Artec Spider in capturing teeth with a very whitish shining surface. Although the application of anti-glare spray results in a clear and highly accurate scan with Artec Spider, its use is not advisable on bones and teeth, since it may Artec AT3E them and leave residues. Scanning of 3 shiny surfaces and thin Artec AT3E are successfully improved by holding the scanner at a degree angle to the base with cameras directed to the bone, increasing the scanner sensitivity and reducing the texture brightness to zero. Maintain the other scan options with their original setting values User Guide Artec Studio The geometry option alone will create a monochromatic model.

Have the base removal option enabled in the scan options User Artec AT3E Artec Studio Base recognition will lead to the appearance of grey squares grid on the screen. The scanners can recognize the Artec AT3E surface and a piece of textured paper avoid simple texture as lines as a base, but will fail to recognize foam and a rotary table as a base no grey grid appear on screen but will instead recognize it as an object. Base removal will automatically be performed when leaving the scan function.

In preview mode, direct the scanner to the bone to identify possible areas that may be difficult to scan to plan out how you can proceed with scanning. Always keep your eyes on the computer screen in order to see what the cameras are capturing and not what you see. In the left menu, avoid using the autopilot option or the real-time fusion in the scan options. Manually perform the alignment and post processing of Artec AT3E captured scans. This allows for better user control in the creation of Artec AT3E 3D digital model of a bone for research purposes. To scan, either push the button up a second time in Artec Spider, select in Artec Eva, or click record on the software Fig.

Remember to direct the scanner base where the cameras are located towards the bone for scanning.


Scanning with Artec scanners can be done either by moving the scanner along Artec AT3E bone or fixing the scanner while moving the bone with a rotary table. One scan of a right human Artec AT3E with noise foam in the bottom recognized as an object by Artec Spider. Quicker scanning of larger bones can be obtained with Artec Eva, while Artec Spider scans smaller bones with a higher level of detail.


Both scanners can be used in the same project. Use Artec Eva to capture the overall geometry of a bone, such as a cranium. Implement Artec Spider for cranial features with greater detail like the nasal cavity, which Artec Eva cannot capture. The use of Artec Spider to scan a large bone may not be effective, because it will lead to a heavier model which computers cannot process. Artec AT3E

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The entire skeleton was scanned with Eva in 20 minutes. Particularly small areas, such as the spine and some of teeth, we scanned with Artec AT3E.

The crocodile digitized and textured Artec AT3E 3D The next to be scanned was a giant tortoise. Scanning was relatively simple, Eva worked like clockwork, and the only obstacle was the battery of the laptop. It has a 1.

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It took us 30 min to accomplish scanning. The Autoalign algorithm facilitated the post-processing: Louise and Denis scanning the Giant Tortoise We still had time to scan the elephant fossils, but Louise decided not to risk it and we set off to a camp before it darkens. The camp was built by her parents, and later presented to the National Museum of Kenya. It was supposed to become a base to clean and treat the fossils. However, it has not seen any development, and the local Artec AT3E have no funds. Nevertheless, they provided us with a place to sleep and helped us recharge our electronics.

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