Control 2022 – A Recap

Long time no see! After 3 years we finally got to talk about 3D metrology live again. Here are the highlights of the trade show ‘Control’.

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3D scanning with ATOS Q in the medical sector

3D metrology is already being used in medical technology. Be it for the production of precisely fitting prostheses or also models to illustrate physical conditions. The goal is the generation of data which can than be used for educational purposes, e.g. in form of augmented reality.

Renewal of historic race cars with T-SCAN hawk

In the vintage race car community, everyone knows him, even if he doesn’t like to put himself out there. He is the man to see when it comes to making new from old: Mr. Friedrich Burgstaller, managing director of FB Prototypen GmbH. For more than 30 years he has been pursuing his absolute passion: Rebuilding historic racing and sports cars.
Our partner WESTCAM in Austria met him for an interview and asked him about his work and the “project powered by WESTCAM”.

3D measurement of water turbines with 3D scanning

3D scanning of turbines was performed successfully in several hydroelectric
power plants in order to assess the condition and the efficiency of these
turbines, to check their shape, to create copies or to prepare new ones. The 3D scanning system and TRITOP allow for high accuracy measurements even of large and complex components like water turbines. Such a detailed 3D model detects the slightest deviations from the ideal geometry of the rotor.

T-SCAN hawk goes offshore

Follow us to the offshore windpark. The team around Elisabete gives us exclusive insights into the work with the hand held laser scanner T-SCAN hawk in confined wind turbines.

Detailed design work at SST Flugtechnik

3D scanning doesn’t only assist in aircraft MRO. The scan data supports the company SST Flugtechnik to elaborate different design ideas. The T-SCAN hawk therefore is the perfect fit for the complex geometries of the plane.