Using 3D scanning to capture the fine details

3D Laser Scanning creates an incredibly accurate (within 2mm) computer model of your project by taking millions of points of data. By linking these measurements together, this ‘point cloud’ can then be used to recreate the physical environment in your 3D space.

Laser scanning is perfect for large-scale internal and external contextual scans, heritage surveys, site planning, creating animated fly-throughs, reverse engineering, clash detection and as-built verification. We can also use our technology to capture smaller terrestrial objects with our handheld scanners.

In this competitive environment the model provided us with confidence throughout the process. It formed an excellent focal point at all client engagement meetings. Hobs were on-hand as part of the delivery team and worked around the clock to deliver, against particularly tight time constraints. We were extremely pleased with the result.
by Gary Thorogood, Project Manager at Galliford Try

Construction and Interior Fit-Outs

3D Laser Scanning is perfect for large-scale internal and external contextual scans, heritage surveys, site planning, creating animated fly-throughs, reverse engineering, clash detection and as-built verification. Having this data is particularly useful for construction and interior fit-out projects.

3D Scanning for Engineering

Scanning creates an incredibly accurate (within 2mm) computer model of your project by taking millions of points of data. This data will prove invaluable in the maintenance and communication of complex engineering processes.

Design and Art

We’ve utilised 3D services to help award-winning artists enhance their design process. We use our technology to capture incredibly accurate terrestrial objects, as well as large scale environments, for artists to then use at their disposal.

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