The result of the 3D laser scanning process is a detailed 3D model that faithfully replicates the scanned object's geometry. This digital model can be used for various purposes, from quality control and reverse engineering to creating a CAD model for further design and development. One of the standout advantages of 3D laser scanning is its ability to capture both the external and internal details of complex objects, allowing for thorough analysis and assessment. This technology has found its footing in industries ranging from manufacturing and architecture to healthcare and cultural preservation, where precision and fidelity are paramount. As the capabilities of 3D laser scanners continue to evolve, their role in shaping the future of digital replication remains significant.
High Accuracy – 0.020 mm of scanning accuracy
Narrow-space Measurement Capabilities – Laser Scanning can offer a significantly steeper view angle compared to other types of scanning, which is great for scanning deep holes or narrow cavities.