A large pharmaceutical company installed a new line including an alcohol delivery system. 2D CAD drawings were required and we laser scanned the entire project including pipe work, tanks and valves for complete and accurate as built details.
Plant and CAD drawings become out of date as new machinery, equipment and pipework is added. We have scanned several facilities and delivered the data for our customers to accurately update CAD drawings and databases
3D Laser Scanning is perfect for reverse engineering and design. We have scanned machinery and delivered as built accurate CAD files for patent submission. We have multiple applications where we scanned and delivered 3D Models for guarding design in Solidworks and Autocad.
We have helped customers get the most up to date and accurate models and drawings. It does not matter if your drawings are from 1962 or maybe you don't even have drawings. 3DS Technologies can help.
3DS Technologies can scan just about anything and create a digital reproduction. This boat was scanned and transformed into a native Solidworks model that could be sectioned, scaled, and copied.
A customer was concerned regarding movement of a grain silo. 3D Laser scanning measures 1 million points per second which allows us get an accurate measurement from any two points. We can even scan the same points at different times to measure movement and report deviation.
3D Laser Scanning is quickly becoming the common method for validating the flatness of floors and concrete slabs. A heat map can be generated or points on a grid can be exported to Autocad.
3D Laser Scanning is a great tool for quickly and accurately digitizing topography. Ground extraction can be done quickly removing trees and vegetation. Volumes and cubatures can be calculated quickly from this.
By scanning before and after excavations, precise volumes can be quickly calculated.
3DS Technologies has reverse engineered machinery, equipment and even trees to be used for a children's playground. These meshes can in turn be used for 3D printing.
3D Laser Scanning can quickly verify construction is proceeding to plan. Scanning can save thousands of dollars and large amounts of time by identifying mistakes and eliminating rework. Utilising 3D laser scanning to capture actual site conditions on a continuous basis creates a series of 3D verified pictures, snapshots in time that can be compared and contrasted against the design model. Any irregularities can be spotted, assessed and corrective action taken before costly rework is required.