Introducing ATOS Q 3D Scanning

It features interchangeable measuring lenses for flexibility and a modern design for portability.

It features interchangeable measuring lenses for flexibility and a modern design for portability.

Image courtesy of Compact 3D.


The new ATOS Q from Capture 3D is a compact 3D scanner that acquires high-definition three-dimensional scans of various objects ranging from small to medium-sized parts across diverse industries. It features interchangeable measuring lenses for flexibility and a modern design for portability.

ATOS is used throughout product development, quality control, near-line and in-line production applications to accurately obtain a digital 3D blueprint of parts, components, assemblies, tooling and molds. Whether the object material is cast, metal formed or injection molded, ATOS captures millions of accurate points through quick scans to create a high definition file with intricate feature detail. 

The ATOS Q combines high-tech electronics and optics with robust design and powerful software, delivering high-precision measurement results across diverse applications. 

Designed for industrial use, ATOS Q is engineered with 8 million or 12 million points per scan (PPS), a bright Blue LED Light Equalizer, and Triple Scan technology, reducing the number of individual scans needed and accelerating measurement time, even on complex parts. 

Its compact design makes it an ideal engineering solution for dimensional inspection, reverse engineering, rapid prototyping, CFD/FEA analysis, digital assembly, and other manufacturing processes. It also features a fiber-optic connection to enable rapid data transmission, an intelligent self-monitoring calibration system, and active temperature management. 

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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