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Services

Scan-Xpress offers service and access to extensive experience and market leading technologies in the following key areas:

  • Non-contact 3D Scanning

    3D Laser Scanning is a non-contact, non-destructive technology that digitally captures the shape of physical objects using a line of laser light.

  • 3D Printing

    3D printing produces 3D objects by building layer-upon-layer of material. Scan-Xpress offers 3D printing solutions in plastics, metals and clay.

  • Optical touch probe insp.

    Touch probe with optical transmission for component inspection and set-up on medium to large machining and mill-turn centres.

  • MOTION & DEFORMATION SENSING

    For full-field and point-based analyses of test objects of just a few millimeters up to structural components of several meters in size.

  • REVERSE ENGINEERING

    Reverse engineering services can rapidly produce CAD for prototype and legacy parts.

  • DESIGN AND ENGINEERING

    Design development involves capturing information about existing physical parts and recreating them digitally in a virtual environment.

Who can benefit from these services?

 

The quick answer is anyone in manufacturing, engineering, design, development, surveying or testing. 3D scanning technology can be applied at any point in a typical manufacturing cycle, saving time, money and material. 3D scanning results in higher quality, better fitting parts that are less costly to manufacture. The cost of a typical manufacturing design cycle is reduced by 75% by utilizing 3D scanning. The illustration below outlines a typical manufacturing product cycle.

 

 

3D Scanning Advantages

 

  • Quickly capture all of the physical measurements of any physical object
  • Save time in design work
  • Ensure parts will fit together on the first try
  • Capture engineering optimizations inherent in manufactured parts
  • Utilize modern manufacturing on parts that were originally manufactured before CAD