RANGE2 Unboxing e Showcase ISPANICO97


Great! Here are the launch offer links for the RANGE2:
Global: https://revo.ink/427MTSa
US: https://revo.ink/490ZCbu

Welcome to the unboxing of the new Revopoint scanner, the RANGE2.
The Range2 is the successor to the Range and falls into the category of structured light scanners designed for capturing medium to large-sized objects.
It features a capture window ranging from 220x425mm to 860x1380mm with a resolution as fine as 0.1mm.
This scanner has everything needed for scanning large surfaces while maintaining extremely high resolution and detail.
It allows for fast and accurate scanning of subjects ranging from cars to people, statues, furniture details, artifacts, and ancient objects without any issues. Its portability is enhanced by its power bank, and the option to use a smartphone or tablet for data storage.
Now, let’s dive into the unboxing and explore what’s included in the rich RANGE2 package.


The box, branded Revopoint, clearly indicates the presence of batteries, as mentioned before, as the package includes a power bank for power supply.


Inside the shipping box, we find the familiar white packaging that Revopoint has accustomed us to, featuring a photo of the scanner.


Upon opening the package, we find a beautiful alcantara bag that allows us to store and transport our scanner and its accessories with absolute safety and convenience. The bag features a double zipper and has the Revopoint logo impressed on the front.


Opening the transport bag, we can see that it consists of two parts: a front section where the scanner, battery, tripod, and phone holder are housed…


…and a rear section where we find the cables and other accessories.

Let’s take a closer look at what is included in the package.


In the first part of the bag, as mentioned, we find the holder for attaching the smartphone, which fits onto the tripod (which, when closed, serves as a handle), making everything very compact. Also included is the screw plate for quick attachment to the tripod with its fastening system. Of course, there’s the tripod itself with extendable legs and an adjustable head, allowing you to use the scanner as a supported device. When closed, it conveniently serves as a handle.


The tripod’s extendable legs feature a safety mechanism that prevents them from closing unless the release button inside is pressed.


The power bank comes in the form of a cylinder to be screwed onto the handle and has a capacity of 4000mAh. It features 2 ports: a USB-A for powering the scanner and a USB-C for charging. The scanner can also be powered directly from a smartphone or tablet, provided they support USB power delivery. However, if this is not the case or if you want to use the RANGE2 in Wi-Fi mode, you can comfortably power it using this power bank.


In the rear part of the bag, there are several pockets for organizing various cables and adapters. In the first pocket, you’ll find the certification of testing and the quick instruction manual for the scanner.


Now, let’s move on to the connecting cables. There are two different cables, depending on how you want to connect and use the scanner.

  1. Y-cable with a USB-C connector on one end, featuring a screw ring to connect to the scanner. On the other end, there are two ports: a USB-A for power supply from the power bank and a USB-C for connecting to a smartphone/tablet.

  2. Cable with a USB-A connector on one end for connecting to the PC, and on the other end, a USB-C connector with a screw attachment for connecting to the scanner. This 2-meter-long cable provides considerable freedom of movement.


A small screwdriver for tightening the quick-release support under the scanner or securing the cable connection screws. An adapter from USB-C to USB-A.


High-visibility markers for scans in marker mode, and the now famous Magic Mat, a carpet with
high-visibility markers printed on it. The Magic Mat allows for marker mode scans by simply placing the object on it and selecting the marker mode during scanning. If the subjects are large, it is still advisable to apply additional markers on the object’s surface. The provided Magic Mat is truly spacious, with a surface area of 800x600mm.

Now, let’s take a look at the actual scanner!

Ladies and gentlemen, the RANGE2!


The RANGE2 comes with a much cleaner and more angular design than its predecessor. The shapes are rounded and harmonious, although with more squared details that make its form truly pleasing and give an impression of greater solidity compared to its predecessor.


In the center of the front side, there is the Class 1 infrared laser projector. It projects the pattern of structured light, which is then detected by the two depth cameras located on the sides of the scanner. This information is used for reconstructing the geometry of the subject.


On the front side, on the right, there is one of the two depth cameras with two infrared LEDs above and below it for illumination. Additionally, there is an RGB camera with four white LEDs for detailed and well-lit texture capture.


Still on the front side, on the upper left, you’ll find the other depth camera with its corresponding infrared LEDs.


On the rear side, there are three physical buttons, the connection port, and status LEDs.


The connection port is a standard USB-C, as Revopoint has accustomed us to since the INSPIRE. The port is equipped with a threaded insert to secure the connection cables, ensuring they don’t come loose during scanning. On either side of the port, there are two status LEDs: one to the left indicating the connection status, and one to the right indicating power. In the center, there are 3 physical buttons, serving, in order, to decrease the infrared exposure during scanning, to start or pause the scan, and to increase the exposure.
These buttons prove extremely useful during scanning, allowing convenient parameter adjustments without interacting with the smartphone or PC screen.


As for technical specifications, the RANGE2 stands out as a scanner with very high standards and numerous innovations compared to its predecessor. The system is powered by a 2-core processor at 1.8GHz, enabling scanning speeds of 16 fps. It is equipped with a 9-axis IMU inertial sensor, allowing the RANGE2 to precisely understand movements and maintain subject tracking more accurately. The connectivity is fast and reliable, as mentioned earlier, with a USB-C port or Wi-Fi 6. The RANGE2 can scan very large objects in a very short time, thanks to its enormous capture window, which, at a distance of 1300mm, is an impressive 860x1380 with a single-frame detail of just 0.1mm! This scanner, paired with the Revoscan5 software, which has undergone significant development in the past year, making it a standard in 3D scanning, truly represents an excellent tool for medium to large-scale scans.

Here is a visual comparison between the RANGE and the RANGE2 scanners.

Now, all that’s left is to field-test the new RANGE2 and see what it’s capable of!


I’d like to remind you that the RANGE2 is currently on a launch offer, and you can find it at the following links:
Global: https://revo.ink/427MTSa
US: https://revo.ink/490ZCbu

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Here are the launch offer links for the RANGE2:
Global: https://revo.ink/427MTSa
US: https://revo.ink/490ZCbu

Drinking Fountain.
3D scan of a cast iron city fountain, including part of the adjacent pavement, with dimensions of 1146x1292x1159.
The scan was conducted using the Revo Scan mobile application on a tablet connected to the RANGE2 via USB-C.
The scanning process took place in a single session, eliminating the need for multiple scans and stitching.
Despite the subject’s complexity—being uniform and featuring hard-to-reach areas—the scan proceeded without any issues, thanks to the expansive capture window of the RANGE2, ensuring the subject remained well-aligned throughout.
Once the scan was complete, the data was transferred to the PC, and processing was carried out in RevoScan5.
The point cloud was fused in Advanced mode at 0.5 mm, and the mesh was created at level 6.
The result is truly remarkable; the model is flawless, capturing details such as the rusted metal and small plants at the base of the fountain.
The textures are perfect, despite the scan being performed in the evening with minimal public lighting, and the subject illuminated mainly by the RANGE2’s LEDs.
I am genuinely impressed with this initial test, which, despite expectations, is not at all straightforward to accomplish in a single session, especially achieving such results.
What do you think?

Here are the launch offer links for the RANGE2:
Global: https://revo.ink/427MTSa
US: https://revo.ink/490ZCbu

Church of Madonna Delle Grazie, Corigliano d’Otranto, Puglia, Italy.
3D scanning with the new Revopoint Range2 of the left column of the church dedicated to Madonna delle Grazie, built in the first half of the seventeenth century.
The column, like the entire church, is constructed with Lecce stone, and the model has dimensions of 2500x1273x1070.
The scan was conducted in a single session using a tablet and WiFi connection, in high-precision mode, feature tracking, generic object.
The data was transferred to a PC and processed on RevoScan5.
The point cloud was merged in Advanced mode at 0.4 mm, and the mesh was created at level 6.
The resulting model has extremely high detail; despite the scan’s size, the details are perfect, and the textures are magnificent, even though the subject was scanned in the evening with little street lighting, essentially illuminated only by the Range2’s LEDs.

The uniqueness of this column lies in the depiction of a Two-Tailed Mermaid, a symbol normally attributed to paganism. According to Christian thought, the mermaids symbolize a warning against the sins of the flesh. However, according to other studies, it appears to be one of the testimonies of the transition from paganism to Christianity, particularly in the Dionysian fertility cult (especially in rural areas). Thus, the mermaid would represent the mother goddess, protector of creation, becoming a symbol of fertility.

I hope you find it pleasing.

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Here are the launch offer links for the RANGE2:
Global: https://revo.ink/427MTSa
US: https://revo.ink/490ZCbu

Bass-relief Statue of Madonna delle Grazie.
3D scanning with the new Revopoint RANGE2 of the bass-relief statue of Madonna delle Grazie located outside the church of the same name in Corigliano d’Otranto, Puglia, Italy.
The statue has dimensions, in the relief alone, of 2460x1510x250 mm.
The scan was conducted in a single session with the scanner mounted on a telescopic pole, powered by its power bank, and connected to the tablet via WiFi.
The subject was scanned in high precision, feature tracking, and body mode. The point cloud was transferred to a PC and merged in Advanced mode at 0.4mm, and the mesh was created at level 6.
As you can see, the result is impressive, with extremely high details and an incredibly clean model.
The textures are excellent, both in terms of color and image quality.
The scanning process was remarkably straightforward, and despite the scanner being mounted on a pole over 1.5 meters long, the software virtually never had tracking issues, thanks in part to the inertial sensor of the RANGE2.
I hope this small example meets your expectations.

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Here are the launch offer links for the RANGE2:
Global: https://revo.ink/427MTSa
US: https://revo.ink/490ZCbu

Hedgehog Plush Toy.
3D scanning of a hedgehog-shaped plush toy measuring 360x390x430 mm.
The scan was performed using the new Revopoint Range2, conducted freehand with the subject placed on a turntable in only 2 different positions.
I personally use a self-constructed turntable larger than the standard, with a diameter of about 35 cm.
The scanning was done directly in Revoscan5 on a PC with the Range2 connected via cable. It was executed in Continuous mode, High Precision, Generic Object, and Feature Tracking.

The point cloud was merged in Advanced mode at 0.35 mm, and the mesh was created at level 6 with a mesh size of 0.4 mm.
The result is a perfect model, precise in every detail, with an excellent representation of the plush toy’s surface.
The scanning process was incredibly fast, thanks to the Range2’s expansive capture window, enabling the perfect capture of every detail without any tracking issues.
The textures are stunning, resembling a constantly high-resolution photo of the subject from every perspective. The illumination from the white LEDs, combined with color temperature adjustments, is nothing short of fantastic!
Once again, fully satisfied with the outcome of this scanner.
What do you think?

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Here are the launch offer links for the RANGE2:
Global: https://revo.ink/427MTSa
US: https://revo.ink/490ZCbu

Tree Trunk.
3D scanning of a tree trunk with dimensions of 750x830x1875 mm.
The scan was conducted in a single session with the Range2 connected wirelessly to the tablet.
The scanning mode was High Precision, Feature Tracking, and Standard Object.
Scan data was imported to the desktop and processed in RevoScan5. The point cloud was merged in Advanced mode at 0.4mm, and the mesh was created at level 6 with a mesh size of 0.7mm.

The result truly surprised me, both for the perfect capture of the trunk’s detail and the extreme ease with which the scan was performed. Details on the trunk, including cavities and small pieces of broken wood on the top, were precisely captured, and the ivy growing on the trunk was reproduced without issues.
It’s worth noting that the shooting conditions were not ideal, as seen in the photos, since the scan took place in the evening, in near-total darkness, with me maneuvering around the trunk in a precarious balance between thorns and holes (unfortunately, I only have the evening to dedicate to scans). Despite all this, I had no trouble completing the scan. I hope this small experiment meets your expectations. What do you think?

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Here are the launch offer links for the RANGE2:
Global: https://revo.ink/427MTSa
US: https://revo.ink/490ZCbu

Bas-reliefs.
3D scanning, with the new Range2 from Revopoint, of a pair of bas-reliefs located on either side of the Memorial to the Fallen in my town.
The bas-reliefs have dimensions of 1380x360x630 mm.
The scanning was carried out, for each of the 2 bas-reliefs, in a single session with the Range2 mounted on a telescopic pole and connected to the tablet via Wifi, set with High Detail, generic object, and feature tracking.
The data was later transferred to the desktop and processed in RevoScan5.
The point cloud was created in Standard mode at 0.2 and the mesh was created at level 6 with a mesh of 0.6mm.
The result is truly excellent, and the ease of realization is impressive, despite the scanner being mounted on a fairly long pole and, given the inclement weather, significantly affected by the wind.
What do you think?

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Here are the launch offer links for the RANGE2:
Global: https://revo.ink/427MTSa
US: https://revo.ink/490ZCbu

Harley Davidson FatBoy Saddle.
3D scanning with the new Revopoint Range2 of the “Le Pera” saddle from my 1992 Harley Davidson FatBoy.
The scanning took place in a single session with 4 repositions of the subject and some shots in Single Shot mode to capture hidden areas.
The scanning process was carried out on a PC with a connection via USB cable.
Since the saddle is almost entirely black leather, except for the flames, I treated the entire surface with talcum powder. As it is leather, I preferred not to use the auto-sublimating spray.
The mode used was High Precision, Feature Tracking, and Dark Object.
The point cloud was merged in Advanced mode at 0.3mm, and the mesh was created at level 6 with a mesh of 0.6.
Once again, the result is perfect!
The scanning process was really simple and fast, thanks to the capture window of RANGE2, and the detail is excellent.
All the details were captured perfectly, from the leather textures to the stitching details, down to the rivets that secure the leather on the bottom and even the thickness of the stickers on the back.
Once again, I can only be more than satisfied with the incredible performance of this scanner, which is proving to be an excellent ally not only for large scans but also for subjects of medium size.
What do you think?

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