3D2GO uses a high-definition scanning technology. As a result, we offer the best quality lidar scanning services. We offer these tools to anyone in need.
Hand-held 3D scanner meant to capture objects from 20cm to 10m in length. The name invokes images of Colibri (aka “Hummingbird”) which is known for its small size and incredible speed. It is also consonant with the word “calibrated” – accurate, precise.
Employs the innovative Structured Light technology. It allows precise 3D scanning in a matter of seconds. This scanner is mobile and can be placed easily in front of the surface for scanning. It only takes a few clicks for a digitized 3D model to pop up on the screen. With its speed, you can easily save time even by scanning different angles for a close 360° model.
Any size from coin to couch is possible!
The DAVID Laserscanner Starter-Kit Version 2 is based on laser 3D scanning technology. The 3D scanner is delivered with the DAVID-4 software suite.
Drake is a hand-held, portable, and wireless 3D scanner. It can capture almost any object, large or small. The scanner has interchangeable lenses which allow the user to scan any sized object.
Our scanner is portable and gives us the freedom to expand our offer to almost anywhere in the country. Not only do we offer our scanning services even off our site but are also up on the market!
Here at 3D2GO, we have adapted to almost every 3D software. With these technologies, we can manage to supply emergency parts.
One of the software that we can suggest for your personal use of scanning spare parts is SP3D. It is a French 3D printing software that provides a suite of programs that are designed to help you to identify, digitize, and 3D print spare parts in a more cost-effective way.
The software is built around a three-phase process:
1.) A scan that identifies and maps out any parts that are 3D printable.
2.) The system recommends the optimal materials and technologies to create the components with.
3.) The part is printed out as planned by 3D2GO.
3D printing has become a game-changer in production. Although young and still in development, its almost endless abilities when it comes to creation have now become a double-edged sword.
3D printing enables anyone to create almost anything. The hype on this technology is further amplified with accessibility to a 3D printer or a laser scanner 3D. As well as the advent of free online 3D file-sharing platforms.
These factors add up to the mass accessibility of 3D printing technology. Furthermore, it poses new legal challenges along the way. Reverse engineering is one of them.
So what is reverse engineering in the eye of additive manufacturing? This process enables you to replicate an object or parts using 3D printing. You dismantle parts or can create soft copies through CAD or 3D modeling software.
One of the fastest and easiest ways is 3D scanning reverse engineering. And 3D2GO offers end-to-end 3D services.