3D scanning is the most modern form of spatial measurement. Depending on the subject of the order, we mainly use different types of 3D scanners, i.e.
- 3D Faro S70 and M70 laser scanners – accuracy +/- 1mm and +/- 3mm
- Smarttech optical scanners – accuracy 0.025mm and 0.1 mm
- Faro Arms scanner – accuracy of 0.07mm
- Artec Eva scanner – accuracy 0.1 mm
3D scanning technology is used in architecture, industry, museums, films and many other fields. Thanks to the possibilities of digital reproduction of 3D models, preparation of technical documentation and design in a much shorter time, 3D scanning is increasingly used.
NEW STANDARD OF DATA
3D Scanning has brought new data standard, which is the spatial point cloud. In a very large number of cases, it is sufficient to design or control built facility.
In the free software can you perform in selected locations sections and then make spatial measurements such as:
- control created items/object, prefabricated elements, components, construction etc.
- checking to determine whether a suitable safe distance, eg. gauge track
ADVANTAGES APPLICATIONS 3D SCANNING
ENSURE, THE ACCURACY, PRECISION – obtained data in a spatial point clouds are invariance and uniqueness. 3D scanners provide reliable data informing about the full object geometry.
TIME – time to obtain spatial data about object and developing a point cloud into the final product is reduced to a minimum.
PRECISION – accuracy acquired spatial point clouds the whole surface of detail reaches several microns, a density measuring up to 2,000 points / mm2.
UNIVERSALITY – acquired and developed data, you can read in all professional CAD without a problem
RANGE – measuring range reaches 130 m, significantly affects the time of data collection.
MOBILITY – measurement can be made at any place on Earth
- Used laser is safe for people working in the environment of the laser scanner
- Optical scanners use white light, 100% without interfering in the scanned object
- Certified ATEX providing the possibility of using the scanner in potentially explosive areas.
APPLICATION OF 3D SCANNING:
- architectural inventory
- inventory of industrial facilities
- rapid prototyping
- quality control
- reverse engineering
- development of modernization projects
- measurements of volume, area
- engineering analysis
- control by construction