3D scanning is a growing sub-field of measurement that includes many types of scanning devices for a broad range of applications. Companies are increasingly turning to 3D scanning for reverse engineering, first article inspection, quality control inspection, and object analysis and documentation. The new e-book answers basic questions that a business considering 3D scanning might pose:
- What? A description of the technology and the types of 3D scanning available
- When? The most common applications for 3D scanning
- Why? Advantages of 3D scanning versus other methods
- Who? Factors to consider when deciding whether to outsource or purchase equipment
- How? Advice for deciding which 3D scanning technology to use
"Although it is relatively new on the scene, 3D scanning technology is widely accepted as an effective, accurate, and fast way to collect and analyze measurement data," says Michael D. Knicker, president of Q-PLUS Labs, Inc. "The level of detail that 3D scanning can capture makes it the method of choice for many applications. Q-PLUS has the latest available technology and the expertise to help your company successfully navigate its measurement projects."
To download A Multi-Dimensional Look at 3D Scanning: When, Why, and How to Use It, visit http://info2.qpluslabs.com/multi-dimension-look-at-3d-scanning-ebook-lp.
About Q-PLUS Labs
Q-PLUS Labs is a premier full-service precision dimensional measurement and inspection laboratory providing a wide array of quality measurement services and solutions including: dimensional inspection and analysis, 3D scanning, reverse engineering and redesign, calibration, surface finish analysis, consulting, and training. Q-PLUS Product Sales division also provides recommendations and is a reseller for a wide range of metrology equipment for dimensional measurement and inspection. For more information, visit http://www.qpluslabs.com.
Contact information Michael Knicker President Q-PLUS Labs, Inc. (949) 380-7758