3D scanners are becoming increasingly important in the design process. We specialise in 3D scanning of all kinds of objects. Our services are available to a wide range of industrial customers as well as museums, archaeological centres and academic institutions.
The use of 3D scanning allows us to make exact copies of objects with high resolution on the screen. This method is the only solution if a 3D model or technical documentation of a system is not available and it is necessary to conduct an analysis of the system.
3D scanners are also used in quality control if a large number of control points is required or the design of a system is highly complex. By comparing a CAD model with a scanner-generated image, we can evaluate, in a short time, the usefulness of a particular product and estimate deviations from the expected dimensions. In the case of processing tools, we can quickly evaluate the degree of wear and tear of a tool and its usefulness for work.
- producing documentation based on the existing product,
- analysis of the degree of wear and tear of tools (by comparing them with CAD models),
- analysis of plastic parts produced by injection moulding machines,
- analysis of the degree of wear and tear of mechanical structures and analysis of changes in the shape of such structures,
- producing models for strength analyses if the technical documentation of a machine is not available,
- creating a database of product models for use in CAD software.
We also work with companies that provide rapid prototyping services. The use of this technology allows us to turn any idea from a 3D model into a real model and in a short time. In the case of prototypes, using this technology enables us to make the required prototype quickly to carry out tests on a real model (e.g. a pump rotor).