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3d scanning

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Created by col5555 5 months ago, 13 Nov 2018
col5555
WA, 306 posts
13 Nov 2018 4:39PM
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Anybody working or have contacts in the 3D scanning field ?

Truant
WA, 15 posts
10 Dec 2018 8:04PM
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Sorry - old post i know but wondered if you managed to sort this out? If not, i might be able to help out depending on what it is you need to scan.

col5555
WA, 306 posts
11 Dec 2018 7:23AM
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Truant said..
Sorry - old post i know but wondered if you managed to sort this out? If not, i might be able to help out depending on what it is you need to scan.


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Sin
WA, 160 posts
12 Dec 2018 6:12AM
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I recently used 2 different local 3D-Scanning services in Perth for large composite moulds 2 x 3 x 1 m, one being from "Hi-Tech Metrology" and the other from "Faro". Both were overall positive, although there was a bit of interpolation work at the end to match the cloud-points with the 3D-model (the so-called best-fit wasn't 100% reliable).

Hitech offers the "MetraScan" and the "C-Track", the latter being more suitable for large objects +10m long. Faro offers the 'Freestyle3D Scanner" and the "Focus Scanner", the latter for long range measurements (up to 350m). Probably they have more products and services available, but the above is what we've used or considered.

Let me know if you need more info.



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