The Global 3d Scanning Market was evaluated over USD 1.70 billion and is anticipated to reach around USD 3.66 billion by 2022 while maintaining a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.12% during the forecasted period. A 3D scanner is an equipment that studies a real-world environment or objects to accumulate data of its shape as well as perhaps its appearance. The accumulated data can then be employed to create digital 3D or three-dimensional models. 3D scanners measure the tangible objects with the help of x-ray, laser or light and form polygon meshes or dense point clouds. 3D scanners are also referred as white light scanners, 3D digitizers, industrial CT, LIDAR, laser scanners, and others. There are several diverse 3D scanning methods, based on different imaging principles. As a few technologies are ideal for short-range scanning, remaining technologies are best for mid- or long-range scanning. The 3D scanning technology has application everywhere in a production phase and assists to save money, material and time. 3D scanning ensues in superior quality and enhanced fitting parts that need less production cost. By using 3D scanning, the expenditure of a typical production design cycle can be abbreviated by 75%. 3D scanning presents numerous advantages like rapid capturing of all measurements of particular tangible object, less time-consuming design work, as well as the guarantee of parts production with specific measurements which is actuating the 3D scanners demand.
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The major market players
- Steinbichler Vision Systems (SVS), Inc.
- Nikon Metrology NV
- 3D Systems
- Fuel3D Technologies Limited
- Autodesk, Inc.
- 3D Digital Corp.
- Basis Software Inc.
- Hexagon AB
- FARO Technologies, Inc.
- David Vision Systems GmbH
- Creaform Inc.
- Ametek, Inc.
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According to the product type, the global 3D scanner market is classified as:
Optical Scanner, Laser Scanner and Structured Light Scanner.
On the basis of the range of the 3D scanner, the global market industry is divided into:
Short range, Medium range and Long range.
By application, the market is split as:
Healthcare, Aerospace & Defense, Architecture & Engineering, Industrial manufacturing and Other Applications.
Geographically, the global 3D scanner market is segmented into regions which are:
Europe (Germany, Spain, Italy, France, UK and Rest of Europe),
Asia-Pacific (Japan, China, India, Australia, South Korea and Rest of Asia Pacific),
North America (the United States, Mexico and Canada)
Rest of the World (Brazil, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates and Others).
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