3D laser scanning

3D Laser scanning is a technology that uses lasers to measure and capture environments in 3D. Laser scanning is the process of converting physical objects into precise digital models, enables you to quickly and accurately capture your object's shape and geometries. This process supplies you with a complete digital representation of scanned object to be used for reverse engineering, quality inspection or at any point of a typical manufacturing cycle.

The laser beam is fired out and for every surface that the laser hits a point in space is recorded (x,y,z). At the same time the scanner will record the reflectivity of the surface giving an intensity value. These points are captured at speeds of up to 1 million points of data per second creating a very dense point cloud of data.

At Apply Capnor we operate a wide range of equipment (Leica HDS6000, Faro Focus 3D X130, Faro Focus 3D X330, Z & F 5006 / 5010 to name but a few) ensuring the best tool is used for the job in hand as no one scanner does everything.

•    Reduce measurement time           
•    High accuracy of 3D digital data           
•    Avoid rework and clashes           
•    Reduce design and installation hours       
•    Efficient decision making              
•    Increase safety of on-site visit
•    Convenient visual presentation of data
•    Shorten schedules and deadlines
•    Reduce costs in all phases of a project

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