Moose Lite 3D Scanner

Medium-format
  • AI Visual Tracking
  • 0.05mm Accuracy
  • 0.10mm Resolution
  • Scan ranges from 15mm to 1500mm

Sale price$299.00 Regular price$399.00
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Model: Moose Lite

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Moose Series: Easy Entry to Expert 3D

Introducing 3DMakerpro Moose Series

Moose is more than just a high-precision scanner; it’s a smarter solution for scanning. With the power of advanced AI tracking and an innovative point cloud algorithm, Moose will elevate both your scanning efficiency and quality to new heights.

Intelligent Pre and Post Data Processing

JMStudio scanning software integrates scanning, editing, and optimizing into one seamless process.

AI Visual Tracking

The Moose series is equipped with a new generation of single-frame encoded structured light units that improve surface feature detection for smooth, marker free scanning.

Smart Error Correction

AI eliminates flawed or misaligned point cloud data while retaining accurate points.

Auto Align

JMStudio can automatically stitch in most scenarios ensuring seamless connections.

0.05mm

Accuracy

0.10mm

Resolution

True-to-life Accuracy

Moose Lite can achieve 0.05mm accuracy. This makes your model size infinitely approach reality

Before

After

Drag

With 0.10mm resolution³

Detailed point clouds perfectly preserve object details providing refined models for printing or display projects.

Up to 100mm Scan Depth⁴

Enhanced depth exploration significantly improves vertical scanning capabilities covering complex models comprehensively even those with intricate structures.

Tech Specs

Moose Lite 3D Scanner

Scan Performance Parameters:

  • Accuracy: 0.05mm
  • Resolution: 0.10mm
  • Frame rate: 10fps
  • Tracking mode: AI Visual tracking
  • Work distance: 150-400mm
  • Single capture range: 200x100mm
  • Typical object sizes: 15-1500mm

Software System Requirements:

  • Output format: OBJ/STL/PLY/ASC
  • Compatible system: Windows10/11 64bit, MacOS12/13/14
  • Compatible mobile: Android 10.0 or later, iOS 15.0 or later (Extended support)
  • Minimum computer requirements: Intel Core i5 8th, 16GB RAM MX250 GPU with 2GB VRAM
  • Recommended computer requirements: Intel Core i7 8th, 16GB RAMNVDIA 3060 GPU with 4GB VRAM

Hardware Parameters:

  • Light source: NIR
  • Color texture: Mono color textures
  • USB interface: USB2.0
  • Dimensions: 115×70×35mm
  • Weight: 250g

Scan Performance Parameters:

  • Accuracy: 0.05mm
  • Resolution: 0.10mm
  • Frame rate: 10fps
  • Tracking mode: AI Visual tracking
  • Work distance: 150-400mm
  • Single capture range: 200x100mm
  • Typical object sizes: 15-1500mm

Software System Requirements:

  • Output format: OBJ/STL/PLY/ASC
  • Compatible system: Windows10/11 64bit, MacOS12/13/14
  • Compatible mobile: Android 10.0 or later, iOS 15.0 or later (Extended support)
  • Minimum computer requirements: Intel Core i5 8th, 16GB RAM MX250 GPU with 2GB VRAM
  • Recommended computer requirements: Intel Core i7 8th, 16GB RAMNVDIA 3060 GPU with 4GB VRAM

Hardware Parameters:

  • Light source: NIR
  • Color texture: Mono color textures
  • USB interface: USB2.0
  • Dimensions: 115×70×35mm
  • Weight: 250g

What's in the Box

Moose Lite 3D scanner × 1
PD65W charger × 1
Data cable × 1

Which model is right for you?

Moose Lite 3D Scanner
Moose Lite 3D Scanner Sale price$299.00 Regular price$399.00
Moose 3D Scanner
Moose 3D Scanner Sale price$489.00 Regular price$699.00
Accuracy

0.05mm

0.03mm

Resolution

0.10mm

0.07mm

Color scanning

Mono texture

24-bit color texture

Weight

250g

280g

Light source

NIR

Blue LED

Questions? We've got answers

Customer Reviews

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Paul B.
Scanner

Would recommend

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Jimmy T.

Moose Lite 3D Scanner

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M.S.
Good 3D scanner for medium objects

I'm SUPER pleased with the quality of this product, and the ease with which I installed it and got it running. It really is intuitive and very much a point-and-click solution! Very pleased with this scanner and the provided software. Some tips for getting the best results: take multiple scans at the same distance but different orientations then merge them in the software; use scanning spray on anything shiny; after scanning, carry out further processing on a fast PC. And if the software doesn’t seem to recognize the scanner, make sure you have enabled camera access in Windows privacy settings.

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rob n.
Decent for a first 3D Scanner

There was definitely a learning curve, but once I had some practice with it I got really good results