I feel like the Ciclop is going to be a better scanner than anything Snapmaker1 could do.
Without rotational movement, the snapmaker can only scan from above, not the sides. Even if they somehow made a module with a rotating camera, the tiny build volume is going to mean that the largest thing you could scan would be like 25mm³. The larger Snapmaker2 might be able to accommodate a reasonable volume.
If you want professional, you’re probably better off contacting a 3D scanning service. It’s not going to be cheap, but they’re going to have better equipment, and know how to use it properly. I believe there’s quite a bit of post-processing to get a usable model from a scan. I’m a noob, and still struggling to make basic changes to parts I download.