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In truth, just about anything! If the scanner can see it, it can be scanned. Here are some examples of large objects that can be scanned:
3D scanning is accurate up to 1mm for most applications, but depending on which scanner is used, accuracy in the .020 range is achievable. We select the most efficient 3D scanning method that can meet your minimum accuracy requirement. By identifying the least amount of accuracy that you can live with, we can optimize the process to save you money.
Common reasons include:
Because of the high quality models produced during the reverse engineering process, the models happen to be very versatile. Among the many things that are possible:
Alternatively, you can just keep the 3D model for safekeeping as documentation for future reference knowing, should the part ever be lost or destroyed, that you have sufficient information build another one. The sky is the limit as to what you can do once the object is in its digital form.