Onsite 3D Scanning Services
At Scansite 3D, we understand that some jobs are too big, too fragile, or too sensitive to send to the Scansite 3D metrology lab. No problem. We’ll send our Onsite 3D Scanning team to you!
Scansite’s Creaform® 3D scanning systems are portable and designed to travel. We provide services in the U.S. and worldwide. From the aircraft hangars at the NASA Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley to the galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City to the Vatican Museum in Rome, our onsite 3D scanning systems have traveled to collect world class 3D data.
Onsite, night time 3D laser scanning the sculpture “Herons” by Joanna Blake in Bladensburg, Maryland.
Onsite 3D scanning of a Ford Fusion using a Creaform® Metrascan. Downstream application: CAD creation
3D scanning of an automobile interior using a Creaform® Handyscan 3D scanner. Downstream Application: CAD creation
3D scanning of statue of Bacchus at The North Carolina Museum of Art, using a Breuckmann Stereoscan 3D structured light scanner. Downstream application: Virtual reality interactive.
3D scanning of “The Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer” by Edgar Degas using an ATOS 3D scanner at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
For this project, the Scansite 3D team traveled to Roosevelt High School in Washington, D.C, to scan a large equestrian statue of Theodore Roosevelt.
The project was part of the documentation of the work of the sculptor Joanna Blake. Downstream application: Legacy documentation.
Scansite 3D has extensive experience scanning some of America’s finest vintage car collections. Cars we have scanned include vintage models by Jaguar, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Bugatti, Aston Martin, Talbot-Lago, Shelby Cobra and many others.
The photo above shows Scansite’s team 3D scanning a 1953 Jaguar “C’ Type. Downstream application: Legacy documentation.
3D scanning of Cable Car axle parts using a Creaform Metrascan 3D scanner
Onsite, night time 3D laser scanning at Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA using a Creaform® Metrascan. Downstream application: A virtual reality project.
3D Photogrammetry Scanning Services
Scansite 3D offers 3D photogrammetry scanning services using an Aicon3D photogrammetry system.
Photogrammetry scanning can be used as a highly accurate method of taking 3D measurements. However, its most common use is in conjunction with a 3D scanner. A photogrammetry scanning session is done first and the data is then exported to a 3D scanner. This method results in a substantial increase in volumetric accuracy, enabling the accurate scanning of large objects such as helicopters, excavators, and power generation equipment.