About Artec Leo¶
About This Manual
This manual will show you how to get started with Artec Leo, prepare objects and scan them. Use the left panel to get an overview of the entire manual, or consult the Index page to find references for various topics. Also review the terms we use throughout.
Quick Start Guide
In addition to this manual, you can find practical tips in the Quick Start Guide for Leo that comes with the scanner.
Download Quick Start Guide.
Artec Leo is a completely self-inclusive scanner with a built-in computing unit, display and battery. Designed for a next-generation user experience, it allows user to:
- Scan various objects with ease
- See the model in real time
- Camera with flash-bulb ring
- Power button
- Tiltable display
- MicroSD card
- Battery housing
- Battery compartment lid
- Power port
- Ethernet port
- Start/Stop button on the handle
Specifications are available at Artec website.
|Wireless network signal level|
|Wired connection is being used|
|Battery charge level|
|Battery is charging|
|Remaining capacity of the internal storage|
|Software update is available|
|Screen mirroring is enabled|
|Support access is enabled|
|Scanner temperature is high|
Below are the terms used throughout this manual.
- An iteration of continuous scanning resulted in recording 3D data to the existing scan (see Project Structure).
- Surface which supports an object that is being scanned. The most common supporting surfaces are the floor and table.
- DC cable
- Cable that connects the scanner with the power adapter. DC stands for direct current.
- Scanner state in which it reconstructs and displays surfaces on the screen, but doesn’t record them.