We use 3D scanning when we need to capture real-life objects or rooms as 3D geometry on a computer.

Depending on the procedure, the surface is scanned with a laser pointer, a laser beam, or structured light and recorded as a point cloud. After being processed by the software, the objects can be viewed three-dimensionally in CAD or VR software and then processed further.

Component scanning

• Prototypes
• Workpieces
• Tools
• Works of art
• Models
• etc.

Space scanning

• Buildings (redevelopment, planning, conversion)
• Monuments (restoration, archiving)
• Rooms (machine halls, laboratories)
• Facilities (special machinery, plants)
• Accident sites
• Compounds and land
• etc.