The accuracy of the SOL 3D scanner is 0.004 inches (0.1 mm) in near mode. Near-mode is for objects up to 3.9 in (100 mm) diameter cylinder, 3.9 in (100 mm) tall).
The accuracy is measured from detailed test and indicates an average resolution with some objects (depending on surface detals) scanning is at 0.07 mm accuracy.
Please note the scan is less accurate if you use the turbo mode and if you use the far-mode.
(The accuracy is about ¼ in far-mode as it is in near-mode.)
Example scan in 3D
This is a scan of a small Chinese dragon performed on SOL in close-up mode. 3 scan passes were made of the piece, one upright, and two with it lying down, front and back.
Go to our gallery page to see more examples of scans in 3D: