Reverse engineering of metal mold for cover of a jerrycan


The customer consulted the branch of RangeVision in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. The task was to scan the geometry of the foundry tool — cover of a jerrycan.

3D scanning in the production of molds for carbon fiber parts


The FQS Mechanical Engineering company (Italy) is involved in engineering and manufacturing was looking for an opportunity to speed up the process of creation of molds for production of carbon fiber parts. Сarbon fibre parts are durable and reliable while being light in weight. In addition to their physical properties, they add an aesthetic value to the whole product.

3D scanning of large objects with RangeVision 3D scanner and photogrammetry


Photogrammetry is the process of making measurements from photographs taken from different angles. Preparation and implementation of the photogrammetric projects does not take much time and significantly saves time of 3d scanning, especially of large objects.

Quality control of plastic molded parts in automotive industry with RangeVision Standard+ 3D scanner


The Italian company “Dolsatech” is a supplier of plastic molds for automotive and truck industries, IVECO and Porches are among their clients. RangeVision Standard+ 3D scanner became a new instrument for controlling.

3D scanning of slurry pump casings

External conditions

3D scanning of two slurry pump casings was made by the company Sibrain on a special order of the industrial enterprise for subsequent production of counterparts.

3D digitization of the carved pattern for the production on a CNC machine


Hand-labour of carver expert is a laborious and complex process, which requires professionalism and experience. It is often necessary to fulfill an order in a short time and without quality loose.

Preservation of the historical porcelain collection of the Hermitage Museum


One of the aims of the Imperial porcelain factory is to reconstruct and preserve the collection. This has been performed by means of modern 3D scanning methods. The project was implemented together with the Hermitage Museum and Cyberon Group, a company specialising in 3D technology.

Obtaining data on the geometry of a cutting tool


Many companies are creating their own digital archives of cutting tools for the rapid reproduction in the case of run-out or for the modernization to meet the current needs of production. Despite there are various methods of obtaining information about the geometry of these tools, 3D scanning is the most convenient.

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