martin54 wrote: surely this can't compare with a high end scanner if you want to use it for serious work though.
Of course taking into account the size limitations is one thing, but as far as the scan quality, absolutely matches anything I've seen so far.
Look at the youtube videos for it. Most are in Spanish, since that's where it came from, so I don't know if that would deter you or not, but I bet you'll be surprised.
I know it's not always the case but generally the high end stuff sold for business use will carry a higher price tag for reasons other than to make a Company a huge profit
Might be build quality, speed, output quality, product support etc etc. That was the reason for questioning it's use against high end equipment.
Really questioning the scan quality/resolution & ease of use more than anything with this I guess, speed isn't quite so important to me. Some things may be good for personal/hobby use but not really suitable for business use
Thanks for taking the time to provide additional Info, will definitely look further into this if the scan quality is as good as you have seen, Spanish videos won't put me off checking as I will still be able to view the results although from a personal point of view it would have been better for me in English, might be able to get my Daughter to translate for me
Thanks also to the OP for asking the question & hope you don't see this as a hijack
While I would like a 3d scanner for lots of different reasons something like the NextEngine or Davids are way out of my price range