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Possible applications of 3D digitisation

When we started 3D scanning over 10 years ago, the technology was much less known than it is today. However, we noticed that many use cases were still unknown and potentials for companies in various industries, craftsmen, hobbyists, artists, and others remained untapped.

Initially for us, 3D scan data primarily served as the basis for developing and optimizing product designs, mainly for vehicles and vehicle components. This allowed us to create body kits, later complete conversions, and new vehicle creations.


Through continuous training, growing experience and software advancements, we soon expanded the use of 3D digitisation to offer additional services such as:

  • Creation of CAD models through automatic surface reconstruction or manual reverse engineering

  • Reproduction of rare or no longer available spare parts for vintage cars, tractors, etc., and old production machinery

  • Data preparation for 3D printing or CNC machining

  • Data alignment/quality assurance regarding manufacturing tolerances

  • Generation of initial sample inspection reports (Erstmusterprüfberichte)

Thus, our applicability is no longer limited to the automotive sector. We now scan complete machines, machine parts, tools, aircraft, boats, medical and orthopedic devices, art objects (e.g., sculptures), and organic objects.


It seems like there are no limits and we are always delighted when customers approach us with their scanning objects. Behind many inquiries, there are exciting visions and projects, of which we are privileged to be a part of.


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