3D Scanning

When a scan is all you need

Sometimes a 3D scan is all you need. Our scanner generates detailed surfaces and captures every chip, crack and surface defect. We can smooth over the bumps, or leave it alone. The surface generated directly from our 3D scanner can be used to print rapid prototype models in plastic, wax, plaster or metal. 3D scans can be used by digital artists for video games and 3D animation. You can also import scans directly into some CAD packages, and build right on top of them. Take a look at some of our past projects.

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Big Trucks

Learn about big scans on big trucks!

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Transmission Casting

How we digitally archived a part for 3D printing in the future!

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Color Shoes

Need high resolution, photo quality color? We can do that!

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How Small?

Just how small can we scan? Take a look at some of our past macro scanning projects!

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Kingfisher Forever

See how we digitally preserved the historic Kingfisher before it was gone forever!

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When the Cirque Comes to Town

See how we scanned a giant stage prop for Cirque Du Soleil, and fabricated brand new replacement parts before they even left town!

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Catamascans

See how we scanned three giant 50' catamaran yachts inside and out!

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History in Detail

See how we scanned detailed artifacts and captured microscopic detail with the HDI Advance R3 Macro scanner

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Virtual Mechanic

See how we scanned an entire engine and transmission to help design new high performance parts.

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Tiny Scan, Big Vision

See how we captured an intricate carving in digital 3D and made it available to enlargement and reproduction.

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Digital Face Off

See how we dropped our own faces on to a classic bust of Apollo, and printed directly in 3D!

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Secret Shoe

See how we scanned a not-so-secret shoe to show the incredible detail possible with our structure light scanning process.

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Scan to CNC

See how we took a tiny 3D scan and enlarged it to create a new CNC carving, quickly and without extensive post processing.

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