Technology

Laser 3D scanning (lidar)

Leica RTC360

Leica RTC360 3D laser scanner

Specifications:

  • Laser class 1 (safe under all conditions)
  • Distance accuracy up to ±1.9mm
  • Range up to 130m
  • Integrated GPS receiver
  • Integrated compass
  • Altimeter / height sensor
  • Scanning in direct sunlight
  • Usable for bigger objects
  • Very fast scanning (2x – 3x faster than Faro)

Suitable especially for:

  • Scanning of buildings and entire complexes of buildings, historical monuments, film backdrops, sculptures etc.
  • Digitization of cultural heritage
  • Reverse engineering,building plans for buildings with missing documentation or with documemtation which does not match the reality
  • Documentation of the condition of the object, documentation of reconstruction works, differential comparison of the state before and after the reconstruction
  • Verification of the actual state (whether the construction corresponds to the documentation)

Faro Focus X330

Specifications:

  • Laser class 1 (safe under all conditions)
  • Distance accuracy up to ±2mm
  • Range from 0,6m up to 330m
  • Integrated GPS receiver
  • Integrated compass
  • Altimeter / height sensor
  • Scanning in direct sunlight
  • Usable for bigger objects

Suitable especially for:

  • Scanning of buildings and entire complexes of buildings, historical monuments, film backdrops, sculptures etc.
  • Digitization of cultural heritage
  • Reverse engineering,building plans for buildings with missing documentation or with documemtation which does not match the reality
  • Documentation of the condition of the object, documentation of reconstruction works, differential comparison of the state before and after the reconstruction
  • Verification of the actual state (whether the construction corresponds to the documentation)
Faro Focus 3D X330 laser 3D scanner

KSCAN-Magic

KSCAN Magic

Specifications:

  • Class 2 laser (eye safe)
  • Infrared and blue laser in one
  • Accuracy up to ± 0.02 mm
  • Resolution up to 0.01 mm
  • Volumetric accuracy 0.020 mm + 0.030 mm / m

Especially suitable for:

  • Scanning of small to medium-sized parts – approx. from coin size to car size
  • Automotive – scanning of car parts, engines, bodies, car seats, interior parts, etc.
  • Construction – scanning of decorative cornices, ornaments, sculptures for the production of templates or copies
  • Metrology – dimensional and absolute inspection of parts, verification of product accuracy (comparison of a manufactured piece with a CAD model)
  • Reverse engineering
  • Digitization of cultural heritage

Konica Minolta Vivid 910

Specifications:

  • Class 2 laser (eye safe)
  • Accuracy up to X: ± 0.22mm, Y: ± 0.16mm, Z: ± 0.10mm
  • Range (depth of field) from 0.6m – 2.5m
  • Interchangeable lenses for scanning objects of different sizes

Especially suitable for:

  • Scanning of smaller objects – approx. to the size of a man
  • Automotive – scanning of car parts, engines, bodies, car seats, interior parts, etc.
  • Metrology – dimensional and absolute inspection of parts, verification of product accuracy (comparison of a manufactured piece with a CAD model)
  • Reverse engineering
  • Digitization of cultural heritage
Konica Minolta Vivid 910

Photogrammetry

Sony A7R

Sony A7R photogrammetry 3D scanning

Specifications:

  • Fullframe sensor
  • Resolution 36Mpx
  • Multiple lenses covering focal range from 14mm to 300mm
  • Excellent dynamic range
  • Arduino driven turntable for automatic small objects scanning
  • Usable for scanning in all sizes

Differences

Laser scan

Pros:

  • certified, very high accuracy
  • naturally in correct scale

Cons:

  • low res, bad colored texture
  • hard to scan narrow spaces
  • often not possible to scan high parts (roofs)
  • expensive

Photogrammetry

Pros:

  • great texture quality
  • easier to cover narrow spaces

Cons:

  • need to set right scale
  • less precise

Combination of both methods

Pros:

  • best precision
  • best coverage
  • best texture

Cons:

  • longest postprocessing time
  • most expensive

Output models paramaters

  • Undecimated mesh can have more than 1 billion polygons
  • Texture resolution up to 16384×16384. Multiple textures possible
  • All standard formats (OBJ, FBX, Maya…)

Future

Drone scanning

Drone 3D scanning

We are a company that realizes the importance of constant development and self-improvement. In the near future, among other things, we are going to offer you scanning of large objects (mainly buildings, landscapes, quarries, etc.) using UAVs, that allow us to realize scans regardless of their height or scale. (We are able to provide this service now, but with the use of an external subcontractor. In the future, we will do it by ourselves.)

Price

Unfortunately, with 3D scanning, the price cannot be determined at a flat rate, as it is strongly dependent on what is being scanned, what accuracy and resolution the scans are supposed to be, what technology is used, etc. We therefore determine the price individually for each order based on your demand. To get a price offer, please contact us by e-mail, telephone or via the contact form.