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Artec 3D scanning applications in industrial design

With its precision, convenience, and speed, 3D scanning has become a must-have in many industrial design and manufacturing applications. The Artec lineup features powerful 3D scanners for industrial design, reverse engineering, quality control, and many other use cases. With the range of options available and seamless export into widely used CAD and CAM programs, you can be confident we have the best industrial 3D scanner for your needs.

Artec 3D scanning applications in industrial design
Equipping helicopters for rescue missions, filming, surveillance, and more with Artec Eva and Space Spider

The task in this case: to equip a helicopter with a downward and diagonally facing camera for capturing aerial views of the area beneath it, for use in rescue missions and environmental surveillance, among other applications.

Industrial design and manufacturing

Bringing a limited-edition 1919 Harley-Davidson back to life in the Netherlands

Essential for the ignition to start and the engine to run, the vintage motorcycle’s distributor cap was 3D printed from a 3D model of a legacy part scanned with Artec Space Spider.

Industrial design and manufacturing

Artec scanners take flight for the US Air Force Advanced Manufacturing Olympics

When the team at 3D Printing Colorado first came across a LinkedIn post about a scanning challenge with an impending deadline, they knew it was something worth checking out.

Industrial design and manufacturing

How Artec scanners capture large objects with clusters of complex parts

Using Artec Leo and Space Spider, along with Artec Turntable and ZBrush 3D modeling software, the kayak and all its components were easily scanned and turned into a remarkable 3D model, without complications.

Industrial design and manufacturing

Artec Leo and Ray join forces to fabricate replacement 15-meter pipe in an offshore vessel

A 15-meter vertical pipe on an FPSO (floating production storage and offloading) vessel operating off West Africa was fractured and required urgent replacement to maintain production.

Industrial design and manufacturing

Artec Leo helps Vorteq create the world’s fastest cycling skinsuits

A sports-focused R&D company chose 3D scanning for creating custom, perfectly-fitting aerodynamic skinsuits for cyclists of all levels.

Industrial design and manufacturing

"Down from 20 hours to just 1 hour." Artec's 3D Space Spider shrinks processing time for Swiss chocolate bunny packaging

Artec Space Spider helps Swiss package maker save time and money.

Industrial design and manufacturing

Artec Spider paired with robotic arm to accelerate 3D scanning workflow

When 3D scanning large numbers of objects, both time and human error should be taken into account. By automating the scanning process, errors can be reduced and scanning times can be extremely shortened.

Industrial design and manufacturing

A blast from the past: 3D scanning a classic VW bus

This started out as a job for Artec. We were asked to scan parts of a car for our client. When we saw the minivan, we fell in love with it and decided to scan it from top to bottom. It took our scanning pro Alexey a day to do it.

Industrial design and manufacturing

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