3D Scanning

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3D Scanning

Our structured-light 3D scanner uses projected light patterns and a camera system for measuring three-dimensional shape of an object. Compared to laser 3D scanners, our 3D scanners offer the following advantages:

  • Faster scan times
  • Produce dense and accurate data
  • Full field scanning
  • Safe for people, even to the naked eye
  • Include basic scan cleanup and data editing capabilities

To get a better understanding of how the 3D scanner works, here is an overview of the 3D scanning process:

A white light projector directs a series of reference patterns onto the subject. The light deflects onto the object's surface. This process helps to calculate the object's depth and surface information. The data is captured using a two machine vision cameras.

Software's triangulation engine processes the images from the cameras to acquire the data needed to create a 3D model. Automated 3D capture drastically reduces the time and cost in capturing complex physical measurements

We are using very effective and sophisticated software LeioMesh, to clear and make our scans better.


Efficiency and quality is especially important in the area of reverse engineering and quality inspection.

Reverse Engineering

Reverse engineering refers to the process of analyzing the construction of a product in order to develop a similar or improved product/design. With the use of a 3D scanner, product designers and engineers can quickly and accurately reproduce a 3D model and take precise measurements of an object. Industrial parts that are no longer in production can also use 3D scanning to capture the information needed for reproduction.

Quality Inspection

3D scanner's ability to capture complex shapes with precision makes it an ideal solution for quality control (ie. The accuracy of our 3D scanners is up to 50 micron).

Face and Body Scanning

Scanning: Taking face/body measurements can be difficult because people cannot stay still for a long time. Our 3D scanners have a fast scan time of 1 to 6 seconds which reduces the likelihood that subjects will move during the scanning process. Unlike laser scanners, our 3D scanners use white-light technology that is safe for people, even to the naked eye.