We take pride in our ability to provide ultra-precise 3D laser scanning, paired with expert CAD design experience. Your design, proven.
When you need precision in any size project, we provide the most advanced 3D scanning technology to produce 3D files vital for CAD file creation, data analysis, and more. Our company specializes in producing data that holds tolerance for aerospace, manufacturing, and more.
As the leading California 3D scanning service, you can choose to ship our project into our office or have us on location.
Working with us means you have the best in 3D scanning San Francisco services. Providing a team of design engineers and the latest in 3D technology.
When you hire us, you bring on a 3D scanning San Francisco leader in design engineering. During 3D scanning services, the scan data collected provides resolution up to 0.02mm. This level assures the smallest details are included in project files. Such accuracy is needed for manufacturing and data validation.
3D scanning San Francisco services are commonly needed for 3D inspection, CAD file creation, quality control; along with many other applications. Our clients trust us with their most essential project needs.
As you consult with our design engineers, your project goals are validated throughout the design process. For a preview of files we can deliver, click below.
3D laser scanners, isolates the essential data needed for your project to provide greater accuracy. By reverse engineering, files can be created in STEP, IGES, XT, and more. If your goal is for manufacturing and modification, you need these type of files.
Scan data results can be enhanced by filling holes and deleting unneeded data. This is completed during post processing. Any inconsistencies can be cleaned up without compromising the appearance of the scan mesh file.
Once the 3D laser scanning is completed, data can be reverse engineered to identify precise dimensions. With precision up to 0.02mm, essential data will be highlighted, validated, and exported into CAD software.
It is a misconception that large projects mean large file sizes. Our technicians use several methods to keep down file size without compromising the detail. This ensures software speeds are not compromised and ta can be used efficiently.