We Sell 3D Printers and 3D Scanners

We’ve put our entire selection of 3D printers here.

3D Scanners
We have 30 years of scanning expertise!

We provide 4 main types of engineering scanners:

HD Ultra X 6000

HD Ultra X 6000

Contex large format engineering scanners
We have been Contex largest dealer 10 out of the last 20 years.  Contex controls 70 percent of the worlds engineering hard-copy scanning business.

Contex has been OEM’d under brands such as HP, Vidar, OCE-and others.  They just released the worlds first 60″, very high speed color scanner.

There’s nothing else like it in the world.  At less than $20,000.00 it’s 30% cheaper than the previous 54″ model.

The scanners range from 25″- 60″ wide and a price of $3,000-$18,000 dollars.

Artec Leo

Artec Leo

Artec 3D Scanners
CAD / CAM Services has spent many years investigating 3D scanners.  We have looked at anything from $3000.00 turntable type scanners to $150,000.00 Nikon Scanners.

From that we narrowed it down to 3 good providers: Creoform, Artec, and Easy Tom.

Our company decided on Artec and Easy Tom as the best choice for 3D Scanners.  We chose Artec because of its varying price points anything from $9,000-$40,000 range.

These are extremely accurate hand held and planetary devices.  We chose Easy Tom because of the accuracy of their industrial CT scanning.

Czur Book Scanner

Czur Book Scanner

Czur Book Scanners
After selling the higher end book scanners for many years, we found these to simply be too expensive.

When u consider a Bookeye, that starts at $20,000 all the way up to the Zeutschel Scanners at $150,000, there had to be a more cost effective solution.

We are proud to introduce the Cruz line of book scanners that are only $3,500.

These have an image quality every bit as good as Bookeye, with the speed and mature software to make this a very cost effective technical document and library solution.

Mach 1 Aperture Scanner

Mach 1 Aperture Scanner

Mach 1 Aperture Card Scanner
CAD / CAM Services has been selling aperture card scanners for 25 years.

Starting with anything from the old Tameran Scanners to Wilkes and Wilson all the way to the old Photomatrix, this marketplace has changed one hundred fold.

Now a days there is really only one aperture card scanner worth buying and that is the Mach 1 Aperture Card Scanner by Wilkes and Wilson for $20,000.  this is an OEM product from Wilkes and Wilson and Mekal.