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  • AutoCAD
  • 3d mode
  • PolyWorks
  • Surfacing
  • Solid Edge
  • CAD Design
  • 3D Scanning
  • 3D Art Design
  • Prodcut design
  • Surface Design
  • 3D Scan to CAD
  • Plastic Design
  • 3D Model Design
  • Assembly Design
  • 3D Print Design
  • Plastic Modeling
  • Surface Modeling
  • Autodesk Inventor
  • 3D Model Analysis
  • Geomagic Design X
  • surface modelling
  • Assembly Drawings
  • Assembly Drafting
  • 3D Printer Service
  • Sheet Metal Design
  • 3D Printing Design
  • Reverse Engineering
  • 3D Assembly Drawings
  • 3D Printing Modeling
  • Plastic Parts Design
  • sheet metal designing
  • design for 3d printing
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Surface Part Modelling
  • Plastic Product Design
  • 3D Analysis and Design
  • sheet metal formability
  • Sheet Metal Engineering
  • 3D Modeling and Drawings
  • Siemens NX (Unigraphics)
  • Plastic Prototyping Design
  • 3D Modeling and Assemblies
  • 3D Modeling for 3D Printing
  • PTC Creo Parametric / Pro-E
  • Structured Light 3D Scanning


  • Blender
  • CAD Design
  • 3D Rigging
  • 3D Modeling
  • 3D Rendering
  • Autodesk Maya
  • 3D Environment
  • 3d interior modeling
  • 3D Character Modeling
  • 3D Interior Rendering
  • 3D Character Animation
  • post processing in photoshop
  • Structured Light 3D Scanning


  • CAD Design
  • AutoCAD 2019
  • Revit Architecture
  • 2D Elevation Design
  • 3D Architecture Design
  • 2D Plans and Elevations
  • Trimble SketchUp (Google)
  • AutoCAD 2D Architect Drawing
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  • SAP
  • Abaqus
  • AutoCAD
  • STAAD Pro
  • CAD Design
  • Python Script
  • Tekla Structures
  • Microsoft Office
  • 3D Analysis and Design
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Steel Design & Detailing

Structured Light 3D Scanning

Many 3D scanners nowadays utilize structured light technology, with most handheld 3D scanners being of this type. They differ from laser scanners in that they don’t use a laser line or dot to scan an object. Instead, structured light scanners use trigonometric triangulation, which works by projecting a pattern of light onto an object.

When the pattern hits an object, being projected from an LCD or other source of light, multiple sensors use the shape of the pattern of light to determine the distance of each point. The pattern of light projected is typically striped but can also be dots or numerous other shapes.

Structured light scanners are beneficial because they are efficient and quite fast, with a scan being completed in only two seconds. They’re also able to capture objects in a larger scanning area than traditional laser scanners.

When you process this information in scanning software, a digitalized 3D image is created of the scanned object. This allows for efficient and effortless design of products. It’s a common alternative to laser scanning, as lasers do not perform well with reflective surfaces or transparency.

Blue light is the industry standard, although white light is used as well. Blue light is more accurate and is more capable when going up against reflections and transparency. Because of how efficient and quick it is, structured light scanning is a valuable tool used in CAD and product design, dentistry, and it was even relied on for the development of NASA spacecraft.

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