In manufacturing, reverse engineering makes it possible to produce, or reproduce. objects using the physical object itself as a guide. The process is only possible with an accurate and high resolution 3D scanner to gather data from the object's surface. With 3D scanning from peel 3D, you can get going in a matter of minutes.
Never run out of spare parts again
Reverse engineering is a process which means that you 3D scan and measure a physical object and then reconstruct it as a 3D model to recover the design. The goal is to end up with a perfect reconstruction of the original design in order to produce a new reference CAD model that you can 3D print.
Whether it’s repairing a broken or worn out part that can’t be ordered from anywhere, or creating a digital warehouse – 3D scanning is your first step.
Featuring smooth and high detail scans plus intelligent software to help you clean scans before importing in a CAD software, peel 3D scanners get the job done.
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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