We are currently able to offer BLK360 demos in many, but not all regions throughout our major territories. To find out if a demo is available in your region, please fill out a contact form.
You can also visit our video library where we cover a range of topics including set up, on-site scanning, importing data and how to work with the data post-scan.
If you’re attending any industry events this year, you can stop by the Leica BLK360 booth for a demo, as well. So far, we’re scheduled to be at AIA in April and HxGn Live in June.
Yes! The BLK360 generates its own Wi-Fi hotspot that can connect to an iPad Pro or Desktop computer from up to 50m away. By connecting an iPad Pro to the Wi-Fi during operation, a user can review scans and change the BLK360’s settings on the fly.
The Wi-Fi hotspot is also the primary means of transferring scans from the BLK360 to iPad and desktop devices for registration and processing.
Neither of these processes require internet access.
RECAP Pro for mobile is an iPad exclusive app built specifically for the BLK360 scanner. It’s included at no additional cost with a subscription to Recap Pro and allows users to operate and adjust their BLK360 scanner remotely in the field. It is also the fastest and easiest way to transfer scans from your BLK360 unit into the RECAP desktop program.
After transferring your scan to ReCap Pro for Desktop, you can clean and edit your point cloud before exporting it for use in other Autodesk design tools.
Depending on the workflow, the BLK360 will produce a few different file formats:
Other formats like PTX, FLS, STL and OBJ aren’t directly compatible but can be obtained from additional software (Register360, 3DReshaper, etc.)
We hope that helped answer some of your questions. If you have additional questions about the BLK360, please let us know here. And look for our next post!