About Artec Ray¶
About This Manual¶
This manual will show you how to get started with Artec Ray, 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.
Artec Ray is a long-range 3D scanner that uses laser technology to produce high-resolution point cloud data. This data can be used to create precise geometric models of three-dimensional objects. Artec Ray combines high accuracy and top performance, and it is suitable for large variety of applications, ranging from reproducing art objects to reverse-engineering and product inspection for quality control purposes.
Being completely autonomous, the scanner is controlled over Wi-Fi and powered by battery.
Appearance and Structure¶
- Scan/stop buttons
- Texture cameras
- Rotating mirror
- USB connector
- Base platform with tripod mount hole
- Power connector
- Door (battery compartment and power switch are located behind it)
Ray comes with the following items:
|Power supply unit (110/220 VAC In, DC 19-22 V – 4.0 A output)|
|Scanner ↔ Power supply cable|
|Scanner ↔ PC USB cable 3 meters long|
|AC Power cord|
|Lithium-ion battery (Inspired Energy ND2054, 14 V, 49 W), 2 pcs.|
|Battery charger with power supply and cable|
|MicroSD card  (SDHC) class 10 UHS-1 micro|
|5/8” → 3/8” adapter bushing|
For more information on the delivery package, consult the
|||MicroSD card for Ray might be incompatible with Artec Leo.|
To make the most of your Ray, you may purchase either of the items below:
|Tripod for mounting scanner|
|5/8” tripod adapter and plate|
|Spheres for 3D laser scanning|
|Shipping case with custom foam lined interior|
|Tribrach TN2 or TN2 A2-70|
|Antiglare powder MAGNAFLUX SKD-S2|
For more information, consult the FAQ article.