3D scanning

Create a digital model of a physical object

3D scanning is a technology which creates a digital 3D model of a physical object. The technology is based on a light pattern being projected on the object, and is therefore also called 3D light scanning or 3D white light scanning.

Today the technology behind 3D scanning is so advanced that it can be used equally to tactile coordinate measuring machines for geometric measurement.

With 3D scanning of parts the whole surface geometry is measured, and not only selected coordinates.

GOM's product family of 3D scanners is called ATOS and consists of a number of systems with different specifications.

Common to all ATOS systems is; very accurate 3D measurement, detailed scan in high resolution, fast data acquisition, advanced inspection possibilities, complete geometric analysis and comprehensive reporting module

3D scanning is primarily used for reverse engineering or quality control and part verification.

Axial fan

Multi-Wing International needed knowledge about possible bendings on the tip of the axial fan, as these could give undesirable consequences during operation.

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The modern artist Gudrun Steen-Andersen is a figurative sculptress. She wanted to 3D scan her sculpture Satellite to get an exact digital model for an artistic experiment.

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Hos Zebicon er vi specialister inden for 3D scanning og industriel måleteknik. Vi udfører 3D scanning og opmåling som serviceydelser og forhandler optiske måleudstyr fra det tyske firma GOM.

Med stor know-how både teknisk og fagligt, kan vi hjælpe med at vælge den rette løsning, hvis I overvejer at investere i eget system. Vi gennemfører naturligvis den nødvendige træning og undervisning i forbindelse med et køb af måleudstyr og yder support efterfølgende.