WHAT IS 3D-LASERSCANNING?

We use 3D-laserscanning to digitalize your reality.

A laser beam is projected at a speed of 1 million points per second, both 360 ° vertically and horizontally. With this technique an exact copy of reality is made. An average scan in black and white execution takes about 6 minutes. A color scan takes about 12 minutes. This way a "point cloud" is created. At the same time, photos are taken by the device. Based on these photographs, a viewer is made that - at the request of the customer - is converted into a 2D drawing, 3D CAD model and/or virtual reality.

Laser scanning for large surfaces and objects:

  • Buildings
  • Factories
  • Production lines
  • Machines
  • Constructions
  • ...

REASONS

9 reasons to digitalize reality.

  1. Archiving your certain situation in time
    Building
    Production
    Artwork
  2. Capturing your changes over time
    Expansions
    Changes
    Decay
    Wear
    Alignment
  3. Digitally sharing information with people all over the world (viewer, 2D / 3D CAD).
    Factories & buildings
    Production lines
    Production sites
    Constructions
    Artworks
  4. Creating as-built plans of the scanned reality
    Measurable viewer
    2D CAD
    3D CAD
  5. Reverse engineering
    Removing intelligence from reality and assigning it to the digital model.
  6. Control
    Does the created reality match the digital model on which the created reality is based? Just think about access control, quality control...
  7. Digitizing to be able to materialize again
    In other scales or materials (3D printing).
  8. Volume determination of your complex volume.
  9. Creation of animations and visualisations.

STEPS

5 steps to 3D-laserscanning

  1. Step 1
    The scanning.
  2. Step 2
    The creation of the different point clouds
  3. Step 3
    The post-processing: registering/determining the accuracy and merging of the different point clouds.
  4. Step 4
    Start up the measurable viewer (communication tool) for processing.
  5. Step 5
    The creation of 2D (lay-out, cuts) or 3D CAD data (engineering).

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