3D Scanning Sessions

Take advantage of our state-of-the-art 3D scanners, to acquire specific surface data for a plethora of design, engineering & manufacturing  projects.

If you have it, we can scan it!

Each project is a little different, so call us at (786) 701-0700 for a customized quote.

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Description

Level 1 – Starting @ $750

  • Raw Scan Acquisition Data
  • Perfect for digital archival of art or artifacts
  • Scans available in full-color
  • Output = STL or OBJ file format

Level 2 – Starting @ $1500

  • Includes everything in Level 1
  • 3D Scan Data Post-Processed for geometric entities (cones, planes, cylinders, etc)
  • Patch-Network Surface Data available for most 3D scans
  • 3D Scan to CAD Comparison available
  • Perfect for Engineering or Manufacturing Applications
  • Output = STEP file format (opens in most Engineering CAD Applications)
  • Un-Editable Technical Drawings available (Solidworks/PDF)

Level 3 – Starting @ $2250

  • Includes everything in Level 1 & 2
  • Extensive Post-Processing of 3D Scan data included
  • Perfect for Reverse Engineering & Quality Control Applications
  • Parametric 3D CAD files available in Solidworks format
  • Solid 3D CAD data available with clean surfaces & geometry for other CAD tools (STEP, IGES, etc)
  • Editable Technical Drawings available (Solidworks/PDF)
  • QC Inspection reports available

Available Equipment

  • Creaform GoScan50*
  • Creaform HandyScan700*
  • David Vision Systems SLS2
  • Structure Scanner

*Calibration certificates available upon request

Don’t just take our word for it

From the Miami Herald, “The future in 3D printing: New innovations harness older technology”, published on May 30, 2015:

But perhaps on 3DChimera’s more interesting clients is that of Aeronautical Engineers of Doral.

In February, they hired 3DChimera to scan the fuselage of a Boeing 737-800 jet.

“We saved hours and hours and hours,” says Ricardo Fernandez, engineering manager at Aeronautical Engineers. “Typically, if we are doing a design by taking 2D drawings and scaling them up and down, you’ve got to play with the numbers, we’re talking a month or two of work that we cut down by having a scan of the aircraft.”

It took about 10 hours to scan the fuselage and a couple of weeks to complete the computerized model, Fernandez says. But it was worth it, he adds, explaining that the job cost his company roughly half of the $7,000 to $10,000 cost he anticipated if they did the work in-house.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/business/biz-monday/article22715925.html#storylink=cpy