Using 3D scanning data in the mesh format, we use CAD to reverse engineer a wide range of parts, from manufacturing components to rare auto parts. From there, we work with our customers to determine the best 3D printing options for reproducing the part.
Freshmade 3D used their state-of-the-art 3D scanning and CAD software to recreate a 200 year old outdoor cornice for Allegheny College in Meadville, PA. Not only did we use our digital design expertise to recreate the piece digitally, but we also used AMClad® to 3D print the replacement part. This approach was more cost effective and faster than traditional manufacturing methods.
Another architectural restoration project that required the use of 3D scanning and CAD modeling. We were able to 3D scan a number of worn down interior decorative wood fixtures and provide the data necessary for them to be reproduced.
Piston rod needed 3D scanned and reverse engineered
1958 Lancia Arelia Door Handle Reproduction