Capture your part with high accuracy using 3D scanning in los angeles
- Speed project execution
- Work more accurately
- Decrease engineering costs
- Make change orders a thing of the past
- Capture an entire site
- Reduce product design iterations
- Get as-built drawings where non exist
- Capture one-of-a-kind parts
Available Scan Output Formats Include:
Examples of things you can accomplish using 3D scanning can include:
- Use 3D scanning to model piping, conduit, tanks,
and other industrial equipment
- Capture and improve hand-made prototypes
- Test an injection-molded part for accuracy
- Obtain a CAD model for a part with no prior drawings
- Plan the renovation of a building
- Test whether something has been worn or damaged
start your project
Frequently asked questions about 3D Scanning:
Can you scan parts as big as ______?
What is the accuracy of the process?
How much does 3D scanning cost?
How long does it take?
Los Angeles 3D Scanning Services Gallery
more faq’s about Los Angeles 3D Scanning:
Who uses 3d scanning services?
- Power Plant Engineers
- Facility Managers
- BIM Managers
- Aerospace Engineers
- Mold Makers
- Product Designers
- Quality Managers
- Forensic Engineers
- Law Enforcement Agents
- Artists & Sculptors
- Scientists & Researchers
- Game Designers
- Virtual World Creators
- Marketing Directors
What metro areas you do serve around Los Angeles?
How does a 3D scanner work?
Can I scan something for 3D printing?
What types of output files can be obtained?
Many standard 3D files can be produced including Solidworks, STL for 3D printing, AutoCAD, STEP, IGES, XYZ, ReCap and many more. Here is a more extensive list of the file formats you can get from 3D scanning services.
Will 3D Scanning damage my part?
No. 3D Laser scanning is a non-contact technique. For highly reflective parts, we may coat the part with a light talcum powder which is easliy removed.
Are 3D scanning services safe?
Our on-site laser scanning process uses eye-safe instruments in most cases. For flammable environments we use an explosion-proof scanner. 3D scanning promotes safety because it permits you to take measurements from a safe distance from your plant hazards.
What types of 3D scanners do you use? Are they for sale?
Can I do the scanning myself?
DIY 3D scanning may be an option for you. Scans can be captured using a simple camera in a process called photogrammetry. 3D scanning DIY kits can also be bought on ebay for under $200. It is probably not going to be as accurate as a professional scanner, but If you have the time and patience, you can do DIY 3D scanning for free.