Once an item is scanned all critical dims can be checked
against the fabrication tolerances. By inspecting the finished article in 3D it
is easy to measure in 3 dimensions across an object no matter where the datum
is calculated from. Trying to accurately take precise measurements in 3d is
simply not possible using a tape and gauge. Laser scanning makes it easy to identify
deviations in angle or even damaged caused. It then provides a permanent 3d
record that can't be disputed.
DAMAGE & INSURANCE CLAIMS
W e have utilised 3d laser scanning in a number of cases to identify damage or deformation across fabricated surfaces at levels of detail not possible with traditional methods. This accuracy combined with the visual 3d nature of the results in the form of coloured deviation charts make it ideally suited for presenting in insurance claims.