Using Conventional Touch Probe and Non-Contact Laser digitizing we have the ability to capture part geometry with a resolution of .0004". Once the data has been scanned or digitized, we can output as a point cloud, 2D or 3D curve, spline, and surface data. This information can be converted or translated into a usable file format (iges, dxf, stl).
Once the data has been scanned or digitized, we can output as a point cloud, IGES curve, or polygon (STL format).
This method of reverse engineering has proven to be an economical and quick way to generate and transfer 3D CAD data into various computer systems.
Using the digitized information, we can offer you a wide variety of services which include surface modeling and tool path generation.
We can provide you with a graphic representation of the digitized objects, enlargement or reduction of size, mirrored image, male/female conversion, and complex surface development for product design. The scanned data can also be downloaded to various CAM software formats for tool path generation. All data can be forwarded or transferred via Internet (FTP), CD-ROM, or other compatible media.
Wisconsin Engraving has the experience and total capacity to work with you from the design phase through manufacturing.