Reconstruct your parts in 3D CAD

With advanced 3D scanning technologies, we can now convert any physical parts into a digital model in a matter of minutes. 3D scanners collect data in the form of point cloud, and this data can be used to construct digital 3D models.

The common applications of 3D scanners include reverse engineering, form & shape inspection/ quality control, virtual cinematography (movies and video games), digital archiving (cultural artefacts), non-destructive testing, and prototyping.

We provide reverse engineering services from measuring, scanning and inspection to CAD re-modeling, with the following tools:

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FARO® Vantage Laser Trackers

FARO® Vantage Laser Trackers

Fast, accurate measurements for large-scale applications

Portable, Large-Scale, High-Accuracy 3D Measurement

The FARO® Vantage Laser Trackers enable you to build and inspect products by measuring quickly, simply and precisely. With superior accuracy, exceptional portability and outstanding ruggedness, Vantage Laser Trackers make large-scale 3D measurement easy. They streamline your processes and give you confidence in your measurement results.

The latest generation of VantageS and the VantageE Laser Trackers take productivity and simplicity to the next level. These Laser Trackers feature FARO’s patent-pending ActiveSeek™ capability to quickly sync up the user and the tracker to measure faster than any other laser tracker in the market today. The Vantage series also includes FARO’s unique RemoteControls™ workflow, which allows a single user to control functions such as live video feed and tracker movements with a mobile phone or tablet, thus increasing mobility and ease of use.

The VantageS is intended for short-to-long range measurement applications, while the VantageE supports short-to-medium range applications.

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Quantum FaroArm Series

Quantum FaroArm® Series

The global standard in contact measurement arm technology

The Global Standard for 3D Measurement Arm Technology

The FARO® 8-Axis QuantumS FaroArm® V2 offers a comprehensive, contact/non-contact metrology solution, allowing users to significantly speed up and simplify their measurement and scanning activities. The system provides rapid data capture, superior resolution, and high accuracy. It is ideal for inspection and quality control, offering a perfect solution for point cloud comparison with CAD, rapid prototyping, reverse engineering and 3D modeling of free-form surfaces. The FARO 8-Axis QuantumS ScanArm V2 combines a QuantumS FaroArm V2, a FAROBlu® or PRIZM™ Laser Line Probe, and an 8-Axis Scanning Platform; making it the first and only eight-axis portable metrology solution available in the marketplace!

The FAROBlu LLP uses best-in-class blue laser technology, providing the highest accuracy point cloud data with unparalleled non-contact measurement capabilities at high speed. The FARO PRIZM LLP represents a great value, utilising green laser technology to deliver high fidelity color scanning and allows users to view, inspect and manipulate detail-rich, true color point clouds of parts or assemblies.

Both the FAROBlu and PRIZM Quantum ScanArms are certified according to ISO 10360-8 for non-contact CMMs. FARO was the first portable measurement arm manufacturer to publish its non-contact accuracy specifications according to this standard.

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Kreon Ace Arm

Kreon Ace Arm

Easy to inspect and reverse engineer complex shape

Portable Coordinate Measure Machine

KREON ACE ARM is a portable 7 degree of freedom (DOF) coordinate measurement machine. When combined with KREON’s scanner, it becomes KREON ACE ARM + SCANNER. It allows user to quickly inspect and reverse engineer complex and organic shapes by using laser scanning.

Kreon – 3D Laser Scanner
KREON 3D laser scanners work by triangulation of each sampled point of the laser line on the part between the laser source (red dot) and the camera (blue disk) of the scanner.

Laser Coordinate System
In the coordinate system of the scanner, the laser plane (red surface) is always at the same location, as for the field of view (green trapezoid) of the sensor. Since we know, for each point of the laser plane in the field of view, their 3D location in the coordinate system of the scanner, we can compute the coordinates of each point lit by the laser line on the surface of the scanned part.

To Real World Coordinates
Then, by knowing how the 3D laser scanner is mounted on a coordinate measuring machine (CMM) such as a measurement arm or a three-axis machine, we can determine the real world coordinates of those points hit by the laser line.

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Master3DGage machine


Affordable, precise, and portable for rapid, in-process inspection

Automated Inspection & Reporting

Everything you need to efficiently perform common, manufacturing inspection tasks using high-quality, portable CMM hardware – seamlessly integrated with Verisurf’s industry-leading Inspection Suite.

Reduce scrap, improve quality, and increase productivity with Master3DGage. The portable CMM features advanced manufacturing materials and technology, including low Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (CTE) carbon fiber arm components, hot-swappable probes with automatic probe recognition, and the lightweight, wireless, battery enabled design it ideal for use in the quality room, on the shop floor, or in the field.  The optional non-contact laser scanner is interchangeable with tactile probes, further expanding application flexibility.

On machine inspection and reporting can now be done in-process, right in the CNC machining center while the part is still clamped in place.  Master3DGage is an accurate, portable CMM.