Freedspace / Thinglab
Exceptional knowledge of Artec 3D products, excellent support for customers.
Authorized Provider of Artec 3D + Geomagic software.
Thinglab, based in Melbourne, is part of the Freedspace family of laboratories and is on a mission to deliver cutting-edge 3D technology solutions to customers in Australia. Specializing in bringing leading 3D scanning, printing and design technologies to the market, Thinglab provides product sales, professional services and support for a large variety of sectors, including professional, education and arts. Offering the industry’s leading brands in 3D scanning, printing and design to our customers, we take pride in our long history and impeccable track record. We believe that our talented and professional team is the main reason for the our success. Our company continues to grow rapidly. As Australia’s largest independent reseller of 3D printers, 3D scanners and design software, Thinglab works with the top-of-the-range brands like Artec 3D, among many others. With our team of professionals constantly expanding, Thinglab offers a wide choice of services, including 3D scanning, design, printing and training, whilst our post-sales support remains second to none, providing hardware maintenance, servicing and repairs.
Available demo scanners
A metrological 3D solution, perfect for capturing small objects for CAD applications and more
The perfect metrology-grade desktop 3D scanner for quality inspection, jewelry and dentistry.
Our best 3D scanner, equipped with wireless technology and an inbuilt touch screen
The ideal 3D scanning solution for making quick and accurate 3D models of medium-sized objects
Client success stories
A startup converts, sells, and rents electric Land Rovers to individuals and businesses around Australia and beyond.
With the high-resolution 3D scans of hundreds of thylacine specimens, the research team veraciously measured each specimen, and then used the 3D scans of full thylacine skeletons to digitally sculpt a lifelike 3D model of a thylacine for digital weighing.
Archaeologists working in South Africa’s “Cradle of Humankind” utilized a handheld 3D scanner during excavation & manual reconstruction to help safely piece back together an extremely rare hominid cranium from hundreds of unearthed fragments.