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Industrial Manufacturing

Ensuring production continuity is imperative and 3D scanning is poised to improve, document or replicate parts and components.

Scanning and reproducing broken parts or improving the design is an attractive use case for scanning. Whether it’s for maintenance, repairs or operational requirements, we’ve got you covered.

3d scanning sector industrial manufacturing


No need for original part data or designs

Obsolete parts and designs are a real problem when your supplier no longer stocks a part

Improve upon existing designs

The current part may not be performing as well as it could with some tweaks

Create moulds to replicate parts

Use the current part to create a mould or form and mould, cast or press raw material into shape

Assess wear and tear of components and tools

3D scanning can be used as a preventative maintenance tool to highlight wear or damage

Other sectors we work with

Automotive & Motorsport

Industrial Manufacturing

Aerospace & Defence

Power Generation

Consumer Products



Robotics & Machinery

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