Advanced 3D Scanning
High Accuracy Portable 3D Scanning and Measurement
Advances in 3D scanning technology have rapidly opened up a world of opportunities and improvements in the fields of Quality Control, Reverse Engineering and Surface inspections.
Re-Generate use a Kreon Ace 7-axis Scanning Arm and Skyline Scanner with a 2.5 m3 measuring volume.
The scanner utilises a blue laser making the technology suitable for both shiny and dark materials.
Suitable for both contact and non-contact measurement the measurement arm has a single point
repeatable accuracy of just 0.027 mm for probing and 0.053 mm for scanning.
Parts Inspection and Quality Control.
For fast and accurate quality control using contact (probing) or non-contact (scanning) measurements. perfect for rapid for 1st article inspection, production compliance, component inspections and General Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T). High Accuracy Probing (27 micron repeatability) and Scanning (53 micron) as per ASME B89 4.22
Scan to CAD
Digitally Recreate Any Real-World Object
3D laser scanning is a modern tool which can take any physical object and replicate it digitally as a computer model. We use a high accuracy and high resolution (200,000 points per second) 3D scanner to capture point clouds which are subsequently post-processed and transformed into a 3D CAD model compatible with a wide range of CAD packages. Outputs can also be a range neutral file format including; DXF, DWG, Parasolid, IGES and STEP.
Recreate and Manufacture Your Own Parts
3D laser scanning and software are modern tools which can take any physical object and replicate it digitally as a computer model with sufficient accuracy to enable manufacture of expensive, hard to get or obsolete parts.
Wear analysis and Surface Inspections
Accurately Quantify Wear and Surface Damage
Traditionally more of an art than a science, we now have the tool sets to accurately record and quantify wear over time of mechanical components such as impellors and turbine runners. We can use intuitive colour maps as visual representation of wear from erosion, cavitation, surface impacts etc.
Having an accurate understanding of material loss or deformation is also a critical factor in accurately informing Finite Element Analysis and 'End of Life' studies.
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3D Scanning Pricing
Kreon Scanner (inc. Technician): $250.00 per hour
Post-Processing (CAD): $140.00 per hour
Please note that we have a Minimum Charge of $500 + GST.
Most small scanning jobs will cost between $500 and $1,500 dependant on complexity of items and CAD requirements