3D scanning is the most modern form of spatial measurement. Depending on the subject of the order, we use two types of instruments. Faro laser scanners, which are used to measure spatial objects of large dimensions and surfaces. Their accuracy is +/- 1 mm measuring range of up to 70 m. The second type of optical scanners are SMARTTECH ensuring accuracy of the order of several microns, a density measurement reaching even 369 pts /mm2. Recreating the smallest details is not the slightest problem.

3D scanning technology is used in architecture, industry, heritage, medicine and many other areas, thanks to the ability to digitally reproduce objects to 3D models and to develop technical documentation and design in a much shorter time.


3D scanning has brought a new data standard, which is the spatial point cloud. In a very large number of cases, it is enough to design or control a constructed object.

In free software, you can make sections in selected places, and then make spatial measurements, for example:

  • inspection of manufactured objects, prefabricated structural elements, etc.
  • making measurements, eg whether an appropriate safe distance.


The acquired data in the form of a spatial point cloud are of immutable and unambiguous nature. 3D scanners provide reliable data informing about the full geometry of objects.

3D scanning

Why is it worth using 3D scanning in your projects?

TIME – the time of obtaining the spatial data of the facility and the development of a point cloud for the final product is reduced to a minimum.

PRECISION – the accuracy of the acquired spatial cloud of points across the surface of the detail reaches several microns, with a measurement density of up to 2000 points / mm2. Accuracy for large-sized objects +/- 2mm

UNIVERSALITY – acquired and processed data, you can easily upload to all professional CAD programs

RANGE – the measurement range reaches 130 m, significantly affecting the time of data acquisition.

MOBILITY – measurement can be made anywhere on Earth


  • The laser used is safe for people working in the vicinity of a laser scanner.
  • Optical scanners use white light, 100% without interfering with the item being scanned.
  • ATEX certificate confirming the possibility of using the scanner in potentially explosive areas.