A medium-sized 3D printer geared for ease of use and versatility. Aside from printing and scanning, FLUX will gain additional functions from other toolheads, such as a laser cutter/engraver. Its modular assembly makes for easy repairs.
A portable wireless scanner. It connects to Windows or OS X computers as well as the iPad over Bluetooth, sending an image of the object you’re scanning in real time. It can also extract text and charts from scanned images.
A 3D printer, a 3D scanner and a milling machine in one compact form. It’s entirely possible to go from concept to finished product with just this machine. It’s also customizable and its software and schematics will be open source.
A budget portable scanner that can save scans to an SD card so you can use it even without a computer. It runs on 4 AAA batteries or AC power, scans up to 300dpi and comes with a 2GB SD card.
Scans without the need for a PC. It saves files to a microSD card. The low end model is powered by AA batteries while the high end has its own battery and can also transfer files via Bluetooth.
Scans up to A4-size at 600dpi max resolution. Save scans as JPEG, PNG or PDF. Has an SD slot and USB port, so you can scan and save even without a computer. Scans up to 100 pages per charge.
This accessory turns your smartphone into a portable scanner, elevating it just the right distance off your desktop, providing sharp, stable images from just about any size of paper or even objects.
A laser mouse that transforms into a scanner at the press of a button. It can process up to A3 sized pages and also has OCR technology, so you can easily paste scanned text into documents.
This tiny gadget is just about the size of a credit card, but it’s actually a portable scanner, perfect for grabbing images of business cards, receipts or other small documents at up to 300dpi.
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