Brittle, delicate archeological finds or unique, invaluable pieces of art – 3D scanning helps us archive and grant people access to millennia of human creativity. With a simple setup, powerful performance and ease of use, peel 3D scanning helps us see the wonders of culture in a new light.
Making our history accessible with 3D scanning
3D scanning is making the past accessible in ways that we could never imagine. It is highly relevant to researchers, art historians or archaeologists, as the artifacts they typically examine are old, and in many cases very fragile.
By 3D scanning these objects and many more, they can be accurately documented with no risk to the original object. Once digitized, objects can be 3D printed or used in AR / VR environments, that allow people that never had access to experience them at exhibitions or online.
PLM Group offers three 3D scanning solutions from peel 3D. Read more below to find your best fit.
The level of detail you can 3D scan with Peel 3D scanners
Number of measurements per second
Number of output formats, among them stl and obj
Volumetric accuracy based on part size
Peel 3D portfolio
Ergonomic 3D scanner with unparalleled ease of use, improved resolution and better performance with objects and colors.
3D scanning for:
3D scan defunct or broken parts, edit and 3D print for spare parts on demand or custom made parts.
3D scan to design and 3D print personalized orthoses and prosthetics for better fit.
3D scan and store invaluable objects or 3D print objects to create stunning, authentic replicas.
3D scan your prints regardless of print technology to make sure they fit the bill.
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