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3D Scanning

IEE offer in-house and on-site 3D Scanning services using our Portable Creaform3D HandyScan 700 

Scan Accuracy / Up to 0.030 mm

Volumetric accuracy / 0.020 ± 0.060 mm/m

If you are new to 3D Scanning then take a look at the sample project below demonstrating how we create a solution to a problem by using 3D Scanning. 

Cam Drum Scan.jpg
Cam Drum Scan.jpg

Worn Parts & No Original Replacement Parts or Drawings!

In this case we had a part with no technical drawings or replacement profiles. 

Step 1 - Data Acquisition

The part must be Prepared, Cleaned, Positioning Targets Applied and then 3D Scanned.

From The
Physical World 
To The
Digital World

Step 2 - The object is taken from the physical world to the digital world.

Cam Drum 2.jpg
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Data Extraction

Step 3 - We are now able to extract necessary information such as bolt hole axis / positions inside VX Model to reverse engineer all the individual parts.

Reverse Engineered CAD Model

Step 4 - All parts are individually Reverse Engineered to become a Parametric/Dimensioned computer aided design 3D Model.

Displayed are the individual parts
Path Profiles/Grey
Wear Inserts/Brown
Bolt Holes/Red 

Assembled 2.jpg
Assembled 2.jpg

3D Scan & CAD Model

The final assembly inside CAD

Yellow / 3D Scan

Grey, Brown, Red / Reverse Engineered Parts

Step 5 - From here on we create the necessary technical drawings to remanufacture the parts.

What other areas can 3D Scanning be Implemented?
Check out the various use cases below through our suppliers website.

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Want to know more about 3D Scanning?

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