Looking as complex as a set of interlocking gears, this motorcycle crankcase for a horizontal kick starter engine was effortlessly scanned with Artec Space Spider in just 15 minutes. With its gleaming surface and elaborate details, including sharp edges, numerous holes and hard-to-reach notches, the crankcase could well be a pain for any scanning specialist, but not with Space Spider. A celebrated champion in rendering small objects with intricate geometry, this precision tool for engineers and CAD specialists has yet again outdone itself.
What you see here is uncompromised precision and any possible noise down to the bare minimum when it comes to capturing the finest of details. Zoom on in to clearly see every nook and cranny of this convoluted part. The smallest holes that are usually easy to miss, thin ribs, the inner sides of the indentations — all perfectly recreated in exquisite 3D.
The next step was to import the scans into Artec Studio software for only 20 minutes of intuitive and truly transformative processing. Artec Studio’s killer advanced algorithms helped to complete the scanning process and develop an impeccably accurate 3D model in sky-high resolution, ready for your professional application, be it reverse engineering, quality inspection, industrial design, or manufacturing.
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Motorcycle Crankcase by Artec 3D