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"3D Scanning"

Various industries can utilize 3D scanning systems, from manufacturing and engineering, to design, development, and surveying, to movies, art, and medicine. 3D scanning results in two key things: higher quality products and less costly manufacturing processes. 3D model scanning systems can benefit the actual design process in the following ways:
• It increases the effectiveness of working with complex parts and shapes.
• It assists with the design of products to accommodate other parts.
• If CAD models are outdated, a 3D scan will provide an updated version.
• 3D scanners quickly capture all physical measurements of any object.

• A 3D scanner ensures that the parts fit together on the first try.
• You can capture engineering optimizations inherent in manufactured parts with 3D scanning.
• Scanners utilize modern manufacturing on parts that were manufactured before CAD existed.
• Allows for a comparison between “as-designed” models and “as-built” parts.In addition, through 3D scanning we can reverse engineer parts, taking apart an object to see how it works in order to duplicate or enhance the object.In today’s competitive global market, it is key to seek new ways to shorten lead times for new product developments that meet all customer expectations.Reverse engineering provides a solution to this problem because the physical model is the source of information for the CAD model..


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