There are over 900 ligaments in the human body, each serving to support and connect hundreds of bones. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the most important ligaments connecting the tibia to the femur. An orthopedic surgeon set out to improve the success rate of ACL reconstruction by modifying the standard surgical technique using a 3D scanned & printed metal surgical tool.
MicroMetrology Webinar – time to get small with 3D scanning and computed tomography. How can you measure very tiny parts with 3D scanning? Join us for 17 minutes to learn more.
The Artec Eva 3D scanner is used to demo facial scanning in 30 seconds!
See CT Scanning in action as it investigates an assembly – check out this quick 30 second clip!
Digital Computed Laminography of a Watch – check out this quick 25 second clip!
CT scanning helps you capture all surfaces, both external and internal, of complex and free-form parts without damage to the object. See CT scanning in action as we scan the inside of a USB drive!
Determine and evaluate the size of porosities within a cast part with CT Scanning. Watch it in action!
Porosity and Measure Plastic Connector with the exciting technology of Computed Tomography Scanning.
See how CT Scanning and Volume Graphics Software work together to measure the internal & external geometry of your parts!
See how a 3D Scan is compared to CAD.
Laser Design’s Surveyor ZS-Series is world’s most accurate CMM integrated with Laser Design’s fast and ultra-precise 3D scanner for systems with the best of all technologies. Now you can see our engineer demo the 3D scanner at your desk!
3D scanning can be used successfully to settle legal disputes when physical evidence is key. The ultra accurate data provides definitive answers about how and why an accident happened to determine root cause and which party, if any, can be held liable for part failure.
Manufacturers strive for first-to-market position in introducing innovative products to the public – speed and quality give a competitive advantage . Reducing time to market with 3D scanning creates the biggest opportunity to increase bottom-line profitability.
The Role of 3D Scanning in Quality Assurance for Medical Devices. Q&A with Martin Schuster, President, Laser Design at the Medical Design and Manufacturing Show 2015, Minneapolis
Laser Design 3D scanning engineers was to scan the entire electric car body, chassis, and components (rather than an assembly) to create a viable CAD model. Since the car didn’t exist as an assembly,
An injection molding company decided to expand its QA function with 3D scanning in direct response to customer demands for speedy precise inspection services for their increasingly more complex free-form and part surface profiles.
Laser Design to Showcase New DeskTom CT Scanner with Ultra 3D Accuracy and Resolution at MD&M Minneapolis.
A DC-6 engine from WWII had very involved geometry including hundreds of proximate narrow cooling fins and internal features, the heavy-duty extant cylinder heads were too warped and damaged to function so they decided to reverse engineer new parts using 3D scanning.
A luthier made an ornate one-of-a-kind electric guitar body in the early 1980s and wanted to document his classic creation and create an updated version based on his 20-plus years of experience in the guitar making field – in order to do this he needed an exact 3D CAD model of the instrument only 3D scanning could provide.
A custom hand-crafted a molded intake tube was built for a Corvette to increase the high speed performance. To fabricate the tube a digital model was needed and 3D scanning was the only solution able to handle the challenge.
A 15 years old aspiring car designer sculpts his elaborate car design in clay but is looking for a more durable model of his cars, painted and detailed. He turns to 3D scanning for the 3D CAD data he needs to have his design fabricated.
RavenWorks’ employees, hot-rod enthusiasts every one, saw a need in the market for replacement parts for vintage vehicles. To faithfully reproduce select in-demand “extinct” parts, they came to Laser Design for a duel-purpose high-accuracy 3D scanner.
3D laser scanning enabled this customer to preserve a true representation of one of their distinctive older bottle designs to document a part of their proud history!
A moldmaker wanted to re-qualify used molds to see if they needed refurbishing, and if so, where to make the corrections find out how the ROI of 3D Scanning was determined.
The customer was designing an improved aftermarket supercharger with a very complex shape from the external casting of an old OEM stock supercharger, for which there was no CAD model and looked to 3D scanning for a solution.