Notre client Danny, nous a demandé de faire le scan d'un logo de réservoir d'une Harley Davidson. Nous lui avons fourni le fichier STL nettoyé sortant juste à la fin de la session de scan !
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3D PRECISCAN now offers a finite element calculation service!
Thanks to this support, we help our customers with everything related to their innovative development needs in R&D.
Indeed, more and more of our customers need to assess whether their structure design will withstand the load cases it may have to undergo during its useful life.
Here is another example that shows you our progress in finite element calculation for one of our customers in Drummondville !
After the design under SolidWorks by us, our analysis by calculations made it possible to carry out the mechanical verification of this fixed platform with a height of 8 ft with a load of more than 3000 lb !
In April 2021, we announced the addition of finite element calculation (FEA) to our service offer. Today, we show you how this new service has already proven itself!
Here is a recent example of this type of analysis for one of our customers in Drummondville.
After the design under SolidWorks by us, our analysis by calculations made it possible
We reverse engineered a stainless steel shell for our client Best H2O. A great project that our team loved working on!
Best H2O is a solution center for water treatment handling and dehydration, as well as service and optimization of existing industrial equipment.
Now, we are telling you about this time when we accompanied a client who wanted to do the reverse engineering of a part himself. The part in question being a large foundry part (casting), representing a gearbox (Gear box) and its lid, you can imagine that the challenge was daunting!
We therefore offered him a solution to make his task easier and
Here an example of FULL reverse engineering achievement for our good client GSR construction! ? The mission: to deliver a brand new grinder shaft, simply from the old part.
We first scanned the shaft, produced 3D and then 2D drawings, and launched the machining of a brand new part based on our 2Ds. We even inspected the part using PolyWorks
Here is the result of our latest mandate for Industrie MR, the 3D scan and reverse engineering of a foundry part! ?
Specialized in the machining of large parts, the company regularly uses the services of 3DPS to perform the reverse engineering of various cast iron parts for the manufacture of moulds.
Last fall, 3DPS received the mandate to reverse engineer a pool skimmer to rebuild it from scratch?
Indeed, more than just a retro contract, the customer had asked us to make changes to the part to simplify its installation. Everything was then printed in 3D, before being installed in place of the original part. What a project! ?
Another unique project handled by 3DPS!
This week, we felt like showing you the before and after images of a very exciting project we recently worked on!
VanMode, a young Montréal-based RV business, entrusted us with the complete scan of a 2012 Ford Transit Connect cargo space.
They were then able to design the interior in
Another project to our name! Industries MR in Acton Vale recently contacted us for the complete reverse engineering of a shaft on a cardboard roll machine. It may sound simple, but in reality, it is a very complex part! In fact, its structure allows air to flow from one end of the machine to the other. It also supplies a pneumatic clutch system,
Earlier this year, Équipements G.D.L. entrusted us with the complete reverse engineering of a series of doors and barriers for the pork industry. Another great challenge for us! Here is an overview of the steps required to complete such a project: 1. Scan the part, clean the scan and generate the meshing (STL file) 2. Align the STL file to
A 3D reconstruction of a?... toilet? At 3D PreciScan, nothing is taboo! But why scan toilets, you might ask?
Surprisingly, there are still new ways to innovate and improve this everyday object. That's what our client realized, and what inspired them to patent their project. We can't say any more; it's top secret!
Our task consisted of
Another great achievement for 3D Preciscan! Our client TM Demers commissioned us to perform the scan and reverse engineering of 2 other GE brand elevator motors, installed in the Intact tower in Montreal!
Interesting fact! These engines are over 70 years old and are still in great working order, even after so many years!
Our 3D Scan will
Black Haze Workshop entrusted us with the reverse engineering of a VW 2.5L 5-cylinder engine called 07K. Our client, who seeks to develop high-performance components, chose this highly robust and affordable engine as a working base. They specifically wish to adapt a turbo engine, a project that will require designing an exhaust manifold. That's
Recently, we have been working on a good example of what we can offer as a COMPLETE reverse-engineering service: 1. 3D scan 2. 3D Reverse Engineering 3. 3D re-building 4. Creation of 2D This time, it is a splined shaft that came under the keen eye of our scan, at the request of our client, RIDD. We leave you with these images which illustrate
We were mandated by TM Demers to carry out the partial reverse engineering of a KONE elevator motor, installed at the University Hospital of Montreal. Our client had to rely on our scan to design, manufacture and install the engine protection guards according to the safety standards in force. The objective was in fact to improve the installation
The Institut de Technologie Agroalimentaire contracted 3D PreciScan for the reverse engineering of an iQ concrete saw cover, which had been partially burned during operation. The task: to scan the part in order to reconstruct it from a 3D scan, using new plastic with a flame retardant. We are proud to present another example where the
This project is definitely one of the top 3 largest scans we've conducted! Our client, W. Côté in Mercier, entrusted 3D PreciScan with the 3D scan of the front frame of its HITACHI ZW150. Thanks to the images generated by our scan, our client was able to design the fastener supports needed to adapt the equipment for snow removal
This year, we've truly seen it all. In fact, we completed our first 3D scan on?... an animal! Centre Équestre MAC in Saint-Cyrille-de-Wendover entrusted us with scanning the front leg and back of a horse in order to create custom boots and a saddle. It was a great challenge, and totally different from scanning inanimate objects!
At the 2019 Salon industriel in Drummondville, two young podologists requested that we scan a foot. At the time, we weren't even sure it was possible to scan a body part.
After a few in-house trials, we saw for ourselves just how incredible technology really is! Our 3D scan produced a highly precise 3D rendering of a foot!
We recently received a request from Fives Liné Machines Inc. to inspect a railway frog. What a fascinating project! Having designed and manufactured a machining tool for this type of part, Fives Liné Machines Inc. asked us to inspect one of their test parts.
Overall view of the machine:
Installation during the scan:
Results of the
Since the launch of our business, we've scanned a TON of static and mechanical objects. But scanning body parts had never crossed our minds! We received our very first request of this kind at the 2019 Salon industriel in Drummondville. Two young podologists wanted us to scan a foot. Believe it or not, from that moment on, these kinds of requests
Our client Usimétal benefitted from our complete reverse engineering service on a gear part of one of its machine tools:
As a bonus, we provided them with a colorimetry report in which the reconstructed 3D scan was superimposed onto the original scan.
Gear part to scan:
3D scan of the gear
In order to improve the quality and speed of inspection report production, we have acquired a PolyWorks Inspector licence. Another step taken to better serve our clients! In order to demonstrate what we are now capable of doing, we have produced an inspection report in demo mode using PolyWorks Inspector. In fact, all clients who use our
3D PreciScan was contracted to scan a broken remote control and create a 3D reconstruction which would act as the model for 3D printing.
Our client's plastic printing supplier (L'Atelier 3D) needed an original 3D model in order to reconstruct the broken remote control. Thanks to our reconstructed 3D scan of the remote, L'Atelier 3D was able to
3D PreciScan was entrusted by Yves, a private individual, for the reverse engineering of an aluminum cover.
Aluminum cover to scan :
Scan of the inside of the cover:
Our client needed the cover remade in a simplified model in order to adapt it to a new application. 3D PreciScan scanned the part and performed reverse engineering on the
Les Moules Samco Inc. entrusted 3D PreciScan with the reverse engineering of a wig head whose mould was over 60 years old and was due to be replaced.
Result of the head scan:
Surface meshing of the wig head:
Result of the head in surface 3D modelling:
Colorimetry inspection report:
We compared the white scanned head (reference) and
EXO-S requested that 3D PreciScan inspect a plastic thermoformed part for the automobile industry. The client had remade their mould and wished to ensure the correct dimensional results of the part, as well as the impact of the plastic shrinkage.
Original part to scan:
Scanned original part:
After a certain number of production cycles, a
3D PreciScan received a request for a demo from Nomad Van, a Beloeil-based company, to obtain the scan of a 2020 extended Ford Transit cargo space.
Original part to scan:
Scanned original part:
The Nomad Van team, eager to offer a precise development plan that meets the needs of its clients, wishes to go digital in order to conceptualize
3D PreciScan was hired by Ben Custom Fabric under the recommendation of PEP FAB to scan a Golf VR6 gearbox casing. Reverse engineering was required on the entire casing.
Following a discussion with the client, we understood that we needed only scan the machined areas. We therefore provided them with the scan of relevant parts in order to cut down
3D PreciScan visited Services d'usinage Robert in Saint-Hyacinthe to scan the part (centrifuge), reconstruct the model, and deliver a detailed 2D plan displaying all sides for part machining in a block of steel.
Services d'usinage Robert is specialized in manufacturing and repairing machine parts and industrial equipment.
KHROME entrusted 3D PreciScan with the metrological inspection of a sample passenger seat frame for internal analysis.
This quality control of the initial samples sent by KHROME's supplier helped the company ensure the plan's compliance with all dimensional specifications. This also allowed KHROME to facilitate the communication with their