A cornerstone of 3dMD’s product architecture is the efficient use of standard building blocks or modular units. All 3dMD imaging systems take full advantage of this architecture to permit significant efficiencies through component interchangeability. The modular units, which from a hardware perspective consist of industrial grade machine vision cameras, are simple and elegant and work in conjunction with a range of optimal frameworks and structural mounting systems for easy installation, maintenance, and upgradeability.
Another major advantage of the 3dMDflex architecture is that a large number of specialist configurations can be more easily produced. Often these will permit full reconfiguration in matter of minutes. When combined with 3dMD’s easy field-user calibration process, 3dMD systems can be deployed for a very wide variety of applications.
If you would like to purchase a 3dMD system that you can configure as a 3dMDcranial System one day, a 3dMdtorso System the next, and then maybe two 3dMDface Systems in the field for population sample collecting, 3dMDflex packages give you this flexibility at an economical price. Currently on top of any standard system, 3dMD offers Flex3, Flex4, Flex5 and Flex8 kits which are bundled with full training and a range of options including lens packs and supporting tripods.