The skull of an eastern gray squirrel, captured in just minutes with the Artec Micro, a high-resolution (point accuracy up to 10 microns) desktop 3D scanner that gives you the power of one-click automated scanning of small objects. This diminutive skull’s 55mm length, 26mm height, and 34mm width, together with its ample degree of geometric complexity, made it a fine choice for scanning with Micro. The many organic geometries of the skull were captured in their entirety, including all the thin edges and tiny holes, as well as the deeper structures well within the cranial vault. With Micro, a virtually unlimited range of small objects can be transformed into stunningly accurate 3D models. Examples include watch gears, dental castings, jewelry, fossils, mechanical components, forensics evidence, etc.
Going nuts about this model? Read more about the project at https://www.artec3d.com/cases/artec-micro-3d-scans-squirrel-skull