Learn how 3D scan inspections can reduce your project costs.
Potential of these methods can be demonstrated within 15 minutes.
Laser scanning is a fast and accurate method to measure parts and objects of different shapes. Our equipment is portable, has an accuracy of 0.03 mm, a resolution of 0.05 mm and can measure parts of any size.
We provide geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) inspections based on different standards such as ASME Y14.5 2009 and ISO. These inspections are performed in the context of first article inspection (FAI) and recurring quality control.
We assist manufacturers at many steps in their manufacturing process: CAD design, modeling, quality control, equipment maintenance and in-house modifications. Information is key, and we provide meaningful measurements to improve lead time.
3D scanning inspections are very visual: you can clearly understand what is happening to your part without having to look at numbers. Consequently, it speeds up quality control meetings and facilitate the corrective action plan, making everything clear for machine operators.
The globalization of the manufacturing market had the consequence of making it more competitive. Many customers request tighter tolerances and rigorous validation methods. 3D scan inspections are better received than probing for 2 reasons: they cannot be tricked and the method offers a full coverage of the part, instead of just a sampling.
We work with many standard file formats such as STL, OBJ and point clouds. Consequently, we can import and process 3D data made from any 3D recording instrument. Results can be delivered in many standards formats and easily adapted to your current tools.