Thanks to the high-resolution digitization of our 3D laser Scanner (0,006-008mm), we are able to provide our clients with extremely accurate and detailed 3D scan data. The resulting product, a virtual image (STL file format) of the original object, serves as basis for the creation of the replica with the aid of a 3D printer.

 

Jewelry/Gold and silversmith workshops

3D Scanning captures jewelry objects and translates them into 3D Scan Data. Your objects are then converted to high-precious 3D data ( stl file format) for further processing and/or creating 3D Models using a 3D Printer.

  • Jewelry objects and religious artifacts
  • Rare Jewelry with complex surfaces

Detailed scanning of precious and semi-precious stones provides you with an exact 3D object for Jewellery Cad Designs.

Cultural heritage and Archaeology

In museums or directly on site our Scanner can be used to captures valuable 3D Data. The generated 3D scan data assists to create identical copies for commercial use (statues, busts, relief sculptures) using 3D Printing technology. It can also be analyzed, interpreted and digitally archived for research studies or presentations.

Architecture

Using highly accurate 3D scan data generated with 3D scanning you are able to view as-built documentation in a virtual world. The data can also be surfaced to generate a CAD model which can be used to create a scale or full-size model.

 

 

Reverse Engineering

The term” reverse engineering” describes the process of fully digital construction elements being extracted from an already existing product; or in other words, the generation of the digital three-dimensional data of a real object. The digitalization of your projects has been specifically adjusted to the requirements of reverse engineering to guarantee a faster and more accurate process compared to classic methods.

Industrial Applications

Measure or inspect an object with a complex surface using 3D Scanning technology. In the context of engine and vehicle components, the scan data can be converted into a 3D model, which is then used, for instance, for the creation of cast molds or replicas using 3D printing technology.