The solution to 100% satisfaction is easier (and much more affordable) than you think. Acensium can 3D laser-scan both the area of the facility where your parts are being installed and 3D scan and model the finished parts when you complete them
Unexpected delays can extend production downtime and create significant unwanted labor and downtime costs. Reality capture using 3D scanning creates a digital twin that can be used to simulate every demolition and installation step before a single cut is made.
Acensium’s Bryce Clerk has been published in Product Design & Development magazine and in their weekly newsletter. The article ‘Garbage In, Garbage Out: How 3D Scanning Ends the Custom Fabrication Garbage Cycle.’ details the benefits of 3D Scanning and Simulation for the planning and execution of installation and retrofit projects that include custom-fabricated equipment.
As adoption of industrial wearables technology increases pace, facilities without wearables will eventually fall behind in efficiency and profitability. Understanding the opportunities industrial wearables present will help facilities decide which aspects of wearable technology will best benefit their operations.
Hosted by Diversified Communications, The SPAR 3D conference is considered the premier conference addressing the use and adoption of 3D technology within industrial and manufacturing applications and settings.
(Hint: it’s not Comcast) While 3D scanning technology is becoming more affordable and easy to use, there is still a huge gap between creating a usable 3D point cloud and gathering sufficient data to plan an industrial project, engineer equipment or execute a simulation. Commercial as-built scanning for basic construction or surveying may include...
A scanning partner with experience and skill makes 3D scanning for construction a versatile and valuable tool, providing project insight and risk management that helps ensure projects are completed on-budget and on-time.
Combustible dust from tripper rooms and control rooms can find its way into these closed areas, causing unnecessary issues and risks. 3D scanning makes designing complex dust control systems more straightforward than most vendor-recommended equipment.