Any other technology can’t match the precision offered by modern laser scanning equipment. In this blog post, we’re going to look at how these scanners provide essential services for companies.
When you have a specialized part that you need to replicate but don’t have the designs for it, reverse engineering is the path to take. A high-speed 3D laser light scan from machines such as the ATOS 5 and the ATOS Scan Box 6 that we have here at Decatur Mold Tool & Engineering, Inc., will provide the minute detail that you need. With these specifications in hand, it will be easy to recreate the part in question.
That same precision scanning is advantageous when you need to inspect a component thoroughly. With an irregularly shaped object, it can be difficult to get an accurate picture of its condition by using traditional inspection methods. A laser scanner will inspect and record every detail of the object’s surface, regardless of its construction, to deliver the data you require. You will then have a clear indication of the fitness of the part backed by measurable and factual results.
We’re always happy to discuss reverse engineering further at Decatur Mold Tool & Engineering, Inc., so please don’t hesitate to contact us with your question.