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- 3D Scanning workshop: Hawkspare 2 Green Street Green Rd, Dartford DA2 8DP Kent, United Kingdom
In today's fast-paced and highly competitive industries, the power of 3D scanning cannot be underestimated. This cutting-edge technology has revolutionised the way businesses operate, particularly in sectors such as Manufacturing, Engineering, and Design. One of the key advantages of 3D scanning is its ability to provide accurate and detailed measurements of physical objects. This precision is crucial for Quality Control purposes, ensuring that products meet the highest standards and specifications. By capturing three-dimensional data, 3D scanning allows for efficient Inspection Processes and Reverse Engineering, minimising the risk of errors and ensuring the overall quality of the end product.
Performing the scanning in a Non-Contact optical way, high stability, wide application, ideal for the scanning and measuring of complex free form surfaces, soft objects and worn moulds
Measuring precision is tested according to optical scanners testing standard: VDI/VDE 2634 and single scanning accuracy can reach as high as 0.025mm
Highly dense point could is captured fast during scanning; the 3 data of delicate parts can be obtained quickly. We use a wide range of Professional-Grade equipment for our 3D scanning services. With our expertise, we can pick the best technology suited to your individual application. Our in-house systems include: FARO Laser arm, Blue Led 3D Scanner, 3D Macro scanners and 3D Photogrammetry Kit
- STL file generation
- Scan data aligning (XY Plane)
- STL mesh optimizing
- Support via email
Frequently Asked Question
3D Scanning (also called 3D digitizing) is a fast and efficient process used to collect 3D point cloud data, for the creation of 3-dimensional models. By using specialist software, the 3D data is then quickly processed into a triangle mesh or STL file.
A wide range of applications 3D scanning is currently used for includes: 3D Modelling, Reverse Engineering (3D scan to CAD) and additive 3D Printing. Furthermore, due to the speed, accuracy and high quality results that 3D Scanning Systems offer, they are now being used widely as an industry standard for Metrology and Inspection against nominal CAD files.
An ever-growing range of industry sectors are using 3D scanning in the UK and worldwide. This includes: Aerospace, Automotive, Heavy Industry, Research a, Castings, Forensic, Archaeology, Sculpture/Arts, Medical, Animation, Film Industry, Tool making, and Product Design/Development
The cost of 3D scan vary, but typically, you should expect to pay £80-£180; you may also pay more if the part to be 3D scanned is particularly complex in terms of features/details. Note: A large part/component does not necessarily mean that the 3D scanning cost is higher compared to scanning a small object
Breaking Down Our Professional 3D Scanning Service
When it comes to our professional 3D scanning service, we pride ourselves on delivering top-notch results to our clients across various industries. Our service is designed to meet your unique requirements and challenges, providing accurate and reliable engineering services that will ensure quality control for your business. So, what exactly does our professional 3D scanning service entail? Let's break it down for you. First and foremost, we utilise state-of-the-art equipment that allows us to capture highly detailed and precise three-dimensional data of physical objects. This data is essential for various purposes, such as Inspection and Reverse Engineering.
Our experienced team of engineers is trained to handle even the most complex scanning projects. They have the expertise to capture intricate details and dimensions, ensuring that the digital models created accurately represent the physical objects.
We also offer additional engineering services to complement our 3D scanning capabilities. This includes 3D CAD modelling, where our team can convert the captured data into computer-aided design models, and 3D printing, which allows for the creation of physical prototypes.