Perfect for measurement and inspection of complex geometries. It allows getting measurements and data from where it is impractical with traditional methods!
3D laser scanning is a process of analyzing an object from the real world, to collect all the data in order to recreate its shape and appearance, digitally. Thanks to this process, the object can become a 3D model, which could help you as a base for the 3D project you are about to develop, but it can also be useful to reconstruct, analyze, or simulate ideas.
3D laser scanning is certainly the most common and used 3D scanning technique. Digitally capturing the shape of the object using laser light to get a digital representation of the real object. These 3D scanners are able to measure really fine details and capture free-form shapes to generate highly accurate point clouds.
A scanner using laser light is a little bit like a camera: it can only capture what is in its field of view. With this process, a laser dot or line is projected on an object from the device and a sensor measures the distance to the surface of this object.
By processing this data, it can be converted into a triangulated mesh, and then a CAD model.
The scanner we use in Tratec is specifically designed for both indoor and outdoor measurements in industries such as Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Public Safety and Forensics or Product Design. Device capture real world information used in the digital world to analyze, collaborate and execute decisions to improve and maintain the overall project and product quality.
Scanner offers advanced functionality. In addition to increased distance, angular accuracy, and range, scanners’ on-site compensation function ensures high-quality measurements, while external accessory bays and HDR functionality make the scanner extremely flexible.