3D scanning complex ceramic structures

3D scanning is only for industry-relevant parts and assemblies and standard materials? Far from it - even everyday objects can be digitized with 3D scanning technology and our partner will show you how, using a nativity set.
ATOS Q scanning ceramic structures

3D scanning in the festive season

Christmas is right around the corner. What better way than to spice up 3D scanning than by digitizing christmas ornaments? 

Our partner Inspection Engineering from Westlake, Ohio (U.S.) used the ATOS Q again before the holidays. Their goal: demonstrating the amount of detail ATOS Q can capture on ceramic parts. To support the accurate and fast data generation, a rotation table was used. The parts thus could be captured from all sides – resulting in an accurate digital twin with the pro license of ZEISS INSPECT. 

Have look at some more impressions on the application below: 

Merry Christmas

The #HandsOnMetrology team wishes everyone a peaceful Christmas season with their loved ones. Together with our community, we are looking forward to more exciting 3D inspection tasks in 2024.

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