3D Scanning and Reverse Engineering

3D scanning is the process of digitizing a physical object into three-dimensional space. The resulting STL file contains a digital blueprint with geometric coordinate positions. The resulting digital twin unlocks many digital engineering capabilities, including reverse engineering and inspection for dimensional analysis.

Picture.1 - 3D Scanning data - "Plastic case"

Picture.2 - Reverse engineered part

Our scanner tools allow us to collect a high quality scanning data with precision point distance of 0.1 mm – 3 mm, effective working distance between 160 mm – 1400 mm and a scan rate up to 14 fps. This gives us ability to scan objects in range between 10mm to the size of the average saloon car.

Pictures - Scanning process.