Make Your Older Products Digital with the Help of 3D Scanning

A 3D scanner is a practical tool when you want to digitize existing physical objects and you do not have even 2D drawings with exact measures available.  Such objects can be, for example, older products such as spare parts, that haven’t been designed with CAD software and hence the 3D models have never existed. Alternatively, 3D scanning can be used for reverse engineering in general.

In theory, there are no size limits for scanning, but in practice, the size and the form of the object have an impact on its scannability as well as define the type of a usable scanner. Other limitations are set by the lightness, object’s reflectiveness and wanted precision. Glossy surfaces may have to be coated with a special spray developed for the purpose before scanning.

We have three types of scanners in use, suitable for different use cases.

Contact us, we’ll investigate your product’s scannability and give you a quote.

Scanners

  • High resolution structured light desktop 3D scanner, suitable for scanning of small and medium-size objects with structures.
    • Scanning area: 60-500 mm
    • Precision: <0,05 mm
    • File formats: OBJ, STL, PLY
  • Metrology-grade portable scanner for high-accuracy and high-resolution scanning in various environments.
    • Scanning area: 275×250 mm
    • Precision: <0,04 mm
    • File formats: DAE, FBX, OBJ, PLY, STL, TXT, WRL, X3D, X3DZ, ZPR, 3MF
  • A handheld scanner, suitable for scanning of larger objects like statues, sizable artifacts, vehicles or persons when the high precision is not a prerequisite.