Laser Scanning

7th October 2022

Laser scanning is a quick, non-contact and precise method for digitally recording the surface of objects in 3D.

This method can be used to measure a range of objects from small individual items to large scale projects such as geographical surveys to map topography and elevation, archeological sites and civil engineering structures like buildings, bridges and roads.

The images captured provide detailed and accurate designs which can be reverse engineered to create replicas using rapid prototyping techniques such as 3D printing.