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A portable solution for 3D scanning:


Your portable solution for 3D scanning and easy inspection

The lightweight ZEISS T-SCAN hawk with GOM Inspect

The 3D scanner T-SCAN hawk is portable, precise and made to make a difference. In combination with the pre-installed GOM Inspect software, it’s a powerful solution that assists you along every step of your task. From capturing high quality 3D data to delivering high quality results: It’s made to simplify processes. It’s made for you.
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Made to be portable

The compact T-SCAN hawk 3D scanner is designed to capture data wherever needed. The lightweight, hand-held solution supports you with everything from reverse engineering to quality control – in production and on site.

Made to be precise

The T-SCAN hawk 3D scanner includes impressive technical features, such as photogrammetry of large objects, multiple laser sources and three scanning modes – making it the perfect solution even for fine details or deep pockets. The result: 3D data with maximum precision.

Made to make a difference

The T-SCAN hawk with pre-installed GOM Inspect is a complete solution to simplify your entire workflow from scanning to evaluation and reporting.


Reverse Engineering

  • From shape to CAD model
  • Archiving of tools and cultural heritage
  • Everything from small details to large parts


  • Easy 3D inspection of wear and tear
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
  • Trend analysis for multiple evaluations

Quality Control

  • Nominal-actual comparison
  • Functional dimensioning
  • Shop floor inspection

GOM Inspect

Making quality visible

GOM Inspect makes just about anything possible: The all-in-one, platform-independent software solution allows the import of 3D data regardless of the measuring system. It supports your entire workflow: from 3D printing and reverse engineering to inspection, evaluation and reporting. It’s the established standard in 3D metrology software – for simpler, faster workflows.
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Anything, anywhere

  • Compact, lightweight and portable scanner design
  • Travel-friendly to support you wherever needed
  • Suitable for confined spaces and hard-to-reach areas

Adapts to your needs

  • Multiple laser sources for fine details and large areas
  • Captures data from almost any surface and material
  • For dark and reflective objects and deep pockets

Easy to use and ready to go

  • Stand-alone device
  • Ready to start in no time
  • Easy, intuitive scanning process

Likes a big challenge

  • Ideal for very large or heavy object scanning
  • Enhanced precision for even larger objects
  • Built-in photogrammetry
  • Highly reliable results

Three scanning modes at the push of a button

The flexible solution allows you to change scanning modes within one single scan job.

Technical Data

Scan mode
Standard / Single line / Fine mode
Laser source
7 red crosses / Red line / 5 blue lines
Up to 0.01 mm
Scanning area
Up to 550 mm x 600 mm
Detailed scan
Deep pockets
Built-in photogrammetry
0.02 mm + 0.035 mm/m
High-precision GOM scalebar
with built-in photogrammetry
Laser class (IEC 60825-1:2014)
Class 2M (eye-safe)
GOM Inspect

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