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3D scanning

3D scanning allows for quick and precise reconstruction of a 3D object and saving it in an electronic form. The scanned object can be saved as a CAD model, which will have all of the object’s dimensions, e.g. length, width, height, volume, size, location, surface area, and many more...

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Measuring

3D scanners allow for object surface area measurement. The scanned object is converted to a CAD model, which can be measured with high precision, including its length, width, height, volume...

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Industrial modelling

The release of an object manually created by the designer for mass production requires a CAD model. This model can be produced by a CNC machine or 3D printer...

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Sculpting

3D sculpture scanning allows for quick and simple digitalisation and saving as a CAD model. A CAD model can be edited randomly, including correcting its shape, deforming, rescaling, or resizing with adequate software...

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Quality control

The continuous raising of quality demands forces the need for quick and reliable high-precision dimension control. 3D scanners allow for complete object measurement...

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Mechanics

During the work of mechanical devices, their components are subject to slow wear resulting from friction, tension, or corrosion. This usually results in cracking. The cracking or systematic scuffing...

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