KSCAN-Magic Series 3D Laser Scanner

KSCAN-Magic series of 3D laser scanners is the first that combines infrared and blue lasers into one single instrument. It offers five standard working modes: large-area scanning (globally initiative infrared laser), fast scanning (blue laser crosses), fine scanning (blue parallel laser), deep-hole scanning (single blue laser), and built-in photogrammetry system. With two sets of high-definition industrial cameras, it can conduct 3D scanning meticulously.

These portable 3D laser scanners have a revolutionary breakthrough in performance. Its unparalleled scanning speed, accuracy, scanning area, and depth of field greatly optimize the 3D measurement workflows and accelerate the product time-to-market. To obtain data on hard-to-reach or complex surfaces, KSCAN-Magic series can be paired with a portable CMM K-Probe, providing a comprehensive 3D digital solution for precision measurement.

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Innovative Infrared Laser

KSCAN-Magic 3D laser scanner innovatively adopts infrared laser for wide-range 3D scanning. Its ultimate scanning area reaches 1440 mm x 860 mm, achieving precise 3D measurement with ease.

Effortless Efficiency

It delivers an ultra-fast scanning rate, enabling a faster workflow from the set-up to the scan. By flexibly switching the scanning modes including photogrammetry, it satisfies different application needs, dramatically improving working efficiency.

Extreme-clear Details

Under hyperfine scanning mode, KSCAN-Magic series 3D laser scanner can accurately obtain complete data on the surface of complex objects, easily capturing every detail with resolution of 0.010 mm.

Single Laser Line Scanning

Single laser line scanning mode accurately and quickly captures 3D data of deep holes and dead angle positions.


Metrology-grade NDT Measuring

0.020 mm of scanning accuracy and 0.03 mm/m of volume accuracy, deliver ultra-high precision NDT for the aerospace industry.

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Technical specification

Type KSCAN-Magic KSCAN-MagicⅡ
Scan mode Ultra-fast scanning 11 blue laser crosses 13 blue laser crosses
Hyperfine scanning  7 blue parallel laser lines
Large area scanning 11 parallel infrared laser lines
Deep hole scanning 1 extra blue laser line
Laser lines in total 41 45
Accuracy(1) 0.020 mm
Scanning rate Up to 1,350,000 measurements/s Up to 1,650,000 measurements/s
Scanning area Up to 1440 mm × 860 mm
Photogrammetry system Scanning area 3760 mm × 3150 mm
Depth of field 2500 mm
Laser class CLASS Ⅱ (eye-safe)
Resolution  Up to 0.010 mm
Volume accuracy(2) Work alone 0.015 mm + 0.030 mm/m
Work with 1m reference bar 0.015 mm + 0.020 mm/m
Work with MSCAN-L15 0.015 mm + 0.012 mm/m
Stand-off distance 300 mm
Depth of field 925 mm
Portable CMM K-Probe Single point repeatability 0.030 mm
Tracking frequency 60 hz
Intelligent edge inspection module Edge accuracy 0.030 mm
Pipe inspection module Output formats YBC / LRA / compensation value
Output formats .stl, .ply, .obj, .igs, .stp, .wrl, .xyz, .dae, .fbx, .ma, .asc or customized
Operating temperature range -10℃ – 40℃
Interface mode USB 3.0
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(1) ISO 17025 accredited: Based on VDI/VDE 2634 Part 3 standard and JJF 1951 specification, probing error (size) (PS) performance is evaluated.

(2) ISO 17025 accredited: Based on VDI/VDE 2634 Part3 standard and JJF 1951 specification, sphere spacing error (SD) performance is evaluated.

KSCAN-Magic Series 3D Laser Scanner

Rigorous Calibration Services

SCANTECH has a dedicated and ISO 17025-accredited calibration laboratory. The laboratory is staffed with certified technicians to perform calibration, which is in accordance with the rules of ISO 17025 accreditation, for the 3D scanners that we manufactured.

The calibration and acceptance test of the KSCAN-Magic 3D scanners are based on JJF 1951 specification and VDI/VDE 2634 standard. The 3D scanners of this lineup will be assigned with fully traceable and internationally recognized accuracy certificates.

The Relentless Pursuit of Product Quality

Our metrology laboratory is committed to the continuous improvement of the management system and product quality of Scantech to ensure that they comply with ISO/IEC 17025 standards. Our professional calibration team and well-trained service engineers, who have a deep understanding of the methods and software required for accurate calibration, are working hard to guarantee the reliability and high quality of products.

KSCAN-Magic Series 3D Laser Scanner

Beginners’ Guide to 3D Scanning & Photogrammetry

The jet fighter Mig-19 is 10 meters long with a weight of about 7500kg. The left-wing of the aircraft is in bad condition and there might be some risk of decomposition. The project is to scan the left-wing to reverse engineer it so that engineers can reconstruct the part.


We will explain basic facts when 3d scanning like things to consider when 3d scanning outdoors, optimal scanning distance. And how to use photogrammetry in the KSCAN-Magic.

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KSCAN-Magic Series 3D Laser Scanner

Quick Answers for NDT

Non-destructive testing (NDT) has emerged as the dominant technology for industrial testing. The first part of the blog provides a basic description of its advantages, commonly used test methods and techniques.

Scantech’s NDT 3D Inspection

With non-destructive lasers to perform the non-contact 3D measurement, Scantech’s composite handheld 3D scanners and automated 3D measurement systems allow users to inspect, resulting in no damage to parts and products.

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KSCAN-Magic Series 3D Laser Scanner

3D Scanning Technology for Automotive Industry

The old generation CMMs are almost a decade old now and end-users have to upgrade their system. As automakers look to improve flexibility, integrating optical scanners with CMM is the preferred solution.


All the way from design and rapid prototyping to reverse engineering and quality inspection, 3D scanners have become part and parcel of automakers’ technology toolsets. They allow automotive manufacturers to capture accurate, measurable 3D data from any part or component from tiny to very large. 3D scanning lets automakers not only speed up day-to-day productivity, but shorten output development lifecycles, and facilitate the manufacturing of high-performance vehicles without compromising on safety or quality standards.

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3D Model

Impeller with Helix Structure

Engine Cylinder Block