Seattle 3D Scanning Company:Seattle 3D Scanning

 

Digital Scan 3D (DS3D)  has the experienced staff to perform any 3D scanning task. We have several varieties of Blue Light, White Light and Laser 3D scanners ranging in accuracy from 0.01mm to 0.1mm (0.0003” to 0.004”). When scanning your products, we will select the right technology that delivers the most optimal accuracy, speed and resolution you need for your application.

To obtain the best quality scan, we consider the size, color and reflectivity of the object. We have the capability to scan objects as small as a thumb print and as large as a semi truck. Some of our 3D Scanners capture color at the highest resolution of up to 10 microns (0.0003”). We will recommend the best 3D scanning solutions for the application. For more Information, please contact us. Our headquarters are in Portland, OR.

Parts for 3D scanning can either be shipped to our facility or we can come to you if needed. We have a very fast turnaround time depending on the complexity of a project. We can often guarantee a 24 to 72 hour turnaround time, depending on the project.

We provide industry standard output files:
.STL, .OBJ, .PLY, .WRL, .ASC, .AOP, .PTX, .XYZRGB, .e57

 

If you need Seattle 3D Scanning contact us today!

Major Uses of 3D Scanned Data:

  1. Reverse Engineering: Reconstructing the scanned data from a Point Cloud/Mesh to a Surface/.STEP/IGES or SolidWorks Works Files.
  2. Quality Assurance (QA/QC): Compare manufactured parts (Real-world object) to a CAD File or direct measurements and analysis on the actual scanned data.
  3. Rapid Prototyping/3D Printing
  4. Data Archiving: Scan the parts as is and save digital files.

 

3D Scanning Data Applications:

  1. Industrial Applications:
    – Product Design & Development
    – Automotive Styling & Design
    – Aerospace/Military
    – Packaging
  2. Medical
    – Prosthetics & Orthopedics
    – Plastic Surgery
    – Product Design & Development
  3. Film/Video Games/Media/Entertainment
    – Body Scanning
    – Digital Sculpturing
    – Computer Graphics and Gaming Industries
    – Advertising
  4. Construction Industry and Civil Engineering
    – Quantify Surveys
    – Site Modeling and Lay outing
    – Freeway Redesign
    – Geographic Information Systems (Maps)
  5. Heritage Preservation
    – Virtual Museums
    – Restoration
    – Archives and Catalogues
  6. Art/Sculpture
    – Digital Sculpturing
  7. Other 3D Scanning Applications
    – Criminology
    – Insurance
    – Biomechanical Process Analysis

The Royal College of Art has recently tasked 3D scanning specialists at Quod with scanning a bust of Sir John Soane, one of Regency London’s most prominent architects and indefatigable collector of archaeological artifacts, founder of Sir John Soane’s Museum in central London. Once scanned, the 3D bust was digitally shattered and its digital fragments, 3D printed in various materials, were given to a host of RCA Jewelry & Metal graduates to be used as starting points for new contemporary art objects…