Laser scanning has helped us discover some incredible things: most recently it was used to discover secret walls in the Gunpowder Plot house of 1605 and, elsewhere, a gilded mummy mask. Even the navy are finding this technology useful and using it to analyse real-world environments and objects.
3D laser scanning is most often used for modern engineering projects as it enables engineers to enhance the design process, speeding up the entire procedure and reducing errors- therefore saving both time and money.
Laser scanning services can help you carry out mobile mapping, surveying, scanning of buildings and building interiors and is an excellent way to reduce risks in any project.
One of the companies which make up the Engenda Group Ltd, Hope Draughting are 3D CAD modelling, draughting and 3D laser scanning specialists. Based in Widnes, Cheshire, we help companies all over the world carry out this service.
Our 3D laser scanning team use this quick and accurate technique to produce vast amounts of accurate data in a short space of time and have worked on a wide range of projects, including fermentation vessel areas and loadings bays.
We can gather 100% accurate dimensional data for existing site arrangements, with 3D laser scans available in either colour or greyscale.
Hope Draughting work regularly with not only engineering firms but also design consultants, installers and manufacturers.
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