Ossiform uses GOM Scan 1 for the quality control of its innovative 3D printed bone implants. In this article you will learn more about the company Ossiform, their work and quality assurance with our mobile 3D scanner.
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.
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.
Watch Pam customize an EV charge port cover with the help of 3D scanning solutions by ZEISS, reverse engineering and 3D printing.
The ZEISS Comet L3D2 was the entry-level solution for optical metrology by ZEISS. We have since been developing new 3D scanners with innovative technologies and features which are a suitable alternative for the discontinued ZEISS Comet scanner. Learn more about the scanner evolution in this article.
Our team was at the Control in Stuttgart, Germany. The trade show about all things quality control and assurance is THE event for people interested in metrology. The ZEISS initiative #HandsOnMetrology is again part of it and presents the latest news on 3D scanning. With us on board – the new ZEISS T-SCAN hawk 2.
You want to get an overview ofindustrial quality solution by ZEISS? How about checking our annual magazine!
Whether it’s about 3D scanning, inspection software or tech trends – we got you covered with our latest issue of the ZEISS Precise magazine 2023.
Optical metrology is a measurement technique that uses light to gather data about the physical properties of objects. This can include measurements of distance, shape, size, surface roughness, and more. Optical metrology has a wide range of applications across various fields, from manufacturing and engineering to biology and medicine.