3D Scanning Services

Scansite3D is a leading provider of 3D scanning services.  With main offices located in the San Francisco Bay area, we can provide scanning at our home studio or travel to locations world wide.

At Scansite3D, we choose the highest quality 3D metrology hardware and software available. Our installed systems include structured light 3D scanners manufactured by GOM/ATOS® and Aicon3D/Breuckmann, 3D laser scanners manufactured by Creaform®, and photogrammetry systems manufactured by Aicon3D®. With so many 3D measurement systems available, we are always able to select the best 3D scanning solution for your project.

CREAFORM – Metrology Grade Laser Scanners

3D scanning automotive interior with Creaform Handyscan 3D scanner.

3D scanning an auto interior with a Creaform Handyscan 3D scanner

3D scanning with Breuckmann StereoScan 3D scanner

Aerospace 3D scanning with CREAFORM Metrascan 750 Elite 3D scanning sysytem

3D Scanning with Structured Light Scanners

3D Scanning of a Roman male torso

The Metrolpolitan Museum of Art’s  collection of Greek and Roman art comprises more than thirty thousand works ranging in date from the Neolithic period (ca. 4500 B.C.) to the time of the Roman emperor Constantine’s conversion to Christianity in A.D. 312.  Here a Roman torso is being scanned with an ATOS 3D scanner.

The Breuckmann Stereoscan® renders un-paralleled results when scanning small objects and objects with sharp edges.  Point densities as low as 18 microns can be achieved.

3D Scanning with Photogrammetry Compliment

Power plant being scanned using Aicon DPA photogremmetry system to increase volumetric accuracy.

Here, an Aicon DPA® Photogrammetry system is being used to map targets on a large power plant tank.  The photogrammetry session will next be imported into CREAFORM VX Elements® software to serve as a highly accurate framework for laser scanning the tank.

3D Scanning fo Object by Photogrammer

Shooting a photogrammetry session with ATOS TRITOP® system.  In this application, the TRITOP photogrammetry session was used to increase the alignment accuracy of the ATOS 3D scanner which was used subsequently used for 3D scanning the artifact.