3D scanning

scanning of 3d objects

Scanning of 3D objects

Sometimes we face the necessity of having a three-dimensional grid that perfectly reproduces our object in which we are. Often, this object was created by a traditional craftsman method, which has the form, sketches or hand-made prototype. Unfortunately, this is not enough to start mass production or 3d printing. It is necessary to transfer the object to the digital world, creating a three-dimensional grid that perfectly reflects our element. We can draw the object from scratch in the graphic program, supporting it with drawings and real dimensions. However, this is a time-consuming and expensive process. By means of such a moment, we scan objects in 3d.

3D Scanner

We recommend our clients to use the 3d object scanning service. Scans are made in our laboratory, in the right conditions, with the help of the right equipment and a processing application. Each scan, before it is delivered to the customer in an electronic version, is finalized by graphic designers in order to meet the recipient's expectations in 100%.

technological limitations of 3d scanning

We support professional devices equipped with advanced optics that enable very accurate reproduction of the object. The 3d scanner itself is a device that very meticulously, piece by piece, analyzes the processed model in order to collect accurate data about its shape. All stored data is processed by an application that uses it to construct a three-dimensional model.

3d scanning functionality

The 3d scanning process has a number of advantages and disadvantages. The advantage is undoubtedly the ability to quickly transfer the object to the digital world. The biggest disadvantage of this technique is the poor quality of scans performed on objects with a shiny surface. The optics of the 3d scanner is not able to sharpen the image properly, which is necessary in order to perfectly match the object's parameters. You can deal with it by covering the scanned element with matt varnish, at least for the entire process. In many cases, after scanning, the digital version itself requires manual corrections by qualified graphic designers. The improvements consist in fine-tuning the scarcely thoroughly scanned details or eliminating unnecessary edges or points that were included in the project due to the surroundings of the scanned object.