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3D Scanning

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Inspection of Forged Components for Shape and Dimensional Accuracy

The Wilhelm Schulte-Wiese Gesenkschmiede GmbH & Co.KG (WSW) based in Plettenberg, has specialized in the production of drop forgings for more than 60 years and has been using Creaform’s HandySCAN 3D Scanner for quality control for some time.

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How to Make Sure That Tools and Molds Build Perfect Parts

At the beginning of a manufacturing process, a mold, die, or jig is engineered according to the theoretical CAD model. The aim of this tooling, made precisely from the nominal model, is to produce parts that correspond to the technical requirements.

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Precision work for aircraft engine manufacturers

When manufacturers in the aircraft industry construct jet engines for civil and military aircrafts, they must move a great number of parts and tools from the tooling center to the assembly line, in another building, on a daily basis.

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3 things to consider when purchasing metrology solutions to inspect large parts

Many manufacturers in the aerospace, transportation and power generation industry, such as Austrian manufacturer ANDRITZ, require carrying out quality control inspections on large parts that can measure anywhere from 2 to 10 metres—and even bigger.

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Reverse Engineering a Guide Vane

The Voith Hydro GmbH & Co. KG, uses the HandySCAN 3D Scanner and MaxSHOT 3D to digitize hydroelectric power plant components for which there is no available CAD data.

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Ryco Filters: Getting the fit right the first time with Creaform 3D scanners

In the Australian and New Zealand automotive aftermarket, Ryco Filters needs no introduction. This iconic brand, which got its start in 1936, has an impressive reputation of designing and testing innovative filter solutions that are specified by global OEMs.

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25% Less Setup and Measurement Time through Optical Metrology

Winter sports enthusiasts are certainly already familiar with it. After all, it is hard to imagine any winter sports field without the red PistenBully from Kässbohrer, which ensures that slopes and cross-country ski trails are safe to traverse.

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Roll Cages: Armor for Drivers How CageKits uses 3D Scanning to Design Superior Products

The story of how 3D scanning has helped CageKits to develop a better design process that leads to better structural benefits for the customers

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3D dimensional inspections on fruit harvesting machines

Monchiero invests in a Go!SCAN 3D scanner and VXelements 3D scanning software for dimensional inspections on fruit harvesting machines.

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Heves-Halász-Mansion

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Preserving Historical Buildings Using 3D Scanning

Using 3D scanners has been a common practice in the field of cultural heritage protection. Lone sculptures, sculptural groups, and building ornaments can be revived effectively with the help of this technology. Although 3D scanners have primarily been developed for metrology needs, today’s engineers are not surprised when they are required to work beyond this field.

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