3D Scanning Technology

What is 3D scanning technology?

3D laser scanning uses a laser to capture the shape of physical objects.  This technology is a non-contact and non-destructive way to capture the object’s exact size and shape while creating a 3D digital copy of the object on a computer.   The process is very fast, gathering up to 1,300,000 measurements/s and equally precise, measuring to .0009″.  Once the 3D digital copy is made, the object can be reverse-engineered and modified in CAD.

What are some of the applications in which to use 3D scanning?

  • Quality Control
  • CAD Design
  • Replacement Parts
  • Tooling Design
  • Assembly and Production
  • Prototyping
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HandySCAN BLACK™ | Elite

Accuracy

.0009 in

Volumetric Accuracy

.0008 in + .0005in/ft

Measurement Resolution

.0009 in

Measurement Rate

1,300,000 measurements/s

Scanning Area

12.2 x 13.8 in

Depth of Field

9.8 in

Recommended Part Size Range

.15 – 13 ft

Output Formats

.dae, .fbx, .ma, .obj, .ply, .stl, .txt, .wrl, .x3d, .x3dz, .zpr, .3mf

Are you ready to get your ideas made?

Our RFQ Team is standing by to give you a quote, and parts can be done in days, or contact one of our Solutions Managers for answers to a question! 

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