With Additive Manufacturinghe most complex of shapes can be designed and produced in the highest quality, quickly and cost-efficiently, even for small batch sizes. In this way, the process provides a solution to a tooling challenge faced by many tool and mould makers.
In many industries, producing specialized tools and parts is one of the most resource-intensive manufacturing processes. Conventional processes are typically expensive, time-consuming and technically very challenging. The 3D scanning process is a way of reverse engineering these specialised tools and low volume custom parts in preparation for developing an Additive Manufacturing workflow.
For the 3D printing industry, 3D scanners have become an essential part of the process of designing and modeling parts and components.
3D scanning has a broad range of applications, including:
- Product improvement and reconstruction
- Design augmentation
- Generative design and simulation
Whether it be an out-of-production car part or a detailed tooling insert. We can help you 3D scan the part you need.