Use Case: 3D Inspection

3D Inspection 3D Printing MRO Design Product Development Repair Quality Control and Assurance Rapid Prototyping Reverse Engineering

3D scanning solutions by ZEISS in the automotive industry

The automotive industry is one of the most competitive industries in the world, with constant pressure to improve quality, reduce costs, and increase efficiency. One technology that has proven to be a valuable tool in achieving these goals is 3D scanning. In this article, we will explore why and how 3D scanning is being used in the automotive industry for quality control, and what advantages it brings.

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3D Inspection 3D Printing Quality Control and Assurance Reverse Engineering

Create colored and textured meshes of archaeological artefacts using mobile 3D scanning

3D scan technology is used for a wide range of applications in the archaeological environment, like archiving, preserving, reproduction and sharing – analogue and virtual. In all these areas, optical 3D scanning solutions make visible what the human eye can’t see.
Follow the process here to see how detailed a mesh can actually get by adding color and texture.

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3D scanning historic architecture with ZEISS T-SCAN hawk 2
Repair Quality Control and Assurance 3D Inspection

How to use portable 3D scanning for the restoration of architecture

Historic architecture is often seen as an important part of our cultural heritage. Preserving it for future generations is a vital task. One way to achieve this goal is through restoration. Restoration involves the process of returning a building to its original state by repairing or reconstructing damaged or missing parts. 3D scanning technology supports in this case with the collection of data necessary for the rework of hundreds years worth of history.

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