Bought the Einscan SE and it worked perfectly out of the box. I did do a lot of research from other's reviews so there were some tricks to make the scans work better.
Before purchasing, make sure your computer can handle 3d scanning. My setup is an AMD 1045T, 16GB, and an Nvidia GeForce 1050T video card with 4GB. The more powerful the GPU, the better since the software is GPU intensive.
Setup requires downloading the drivers and manual from Einscan's company website. The files do not have the correct file extensions. If your computer does not recognize the files, rename the driver with the extension ".exe" and ".pdf" for the manual.
Do your scans in a pitch dark room. This is a structured light scanner. The camera can pick up stray light if there are other light sources that overpower the scanner.
If you need to prop up an object, use a transparent base. The scanner can not scan clear items, so this works perfectly.
The software does an excellent job of stitching multiple scans into one object. It requires merging using 3 identical points from two scans. The software also does a watertight mesh and will export as .stl or .obj file formats.