7 Laser scanning project bidding and planning best practices. 8 On-site/data collection tactics for optimal laser scanning data capture. 16 Data processing/modeling tips for efficiently converting point clouds to BIMs. 2 General tips, ideas, best practices, and lessons learned from industry leading laser scanning service providers. Plus Audio Streams with Interviews and Commentary From the Experts!
How can 3D laser scanning solutions provide more value to your renovation project? 3D laser scanning allows you to design from real world 3D as-built conditions Saves overall cost of a project by helping to minimize change orders Shortens Project Schedule by reducing rework due to poor or lacking existing conditions documentation What exactly is 3D laser scanning and how can 3D laser scanning services help you and your business? “What do you do for a … Read More
3D clash detection helps prevent logistics errors in construction process retrofitting When global logistics company FedEx Ground retrofits a distribution hub to expand package capacity, it must be executed flawlessly. Additionally, delays caused by errors in design and construction must be avoided. With increased demand driven by e-commerce, FedEx is undergoing unprecedented growth. Squeezing additional capacity out of its existing network of package distribution hubs is essential to meeting current and future e-Commerce demand. When a … Read More
3D Scanning and 3D Survey Make the Difference in Airport Glass Installation What started as a standard 3D scanning, 3D survey, and modeling project ultimately required some traditional surveying expertise too. The installation of 16 huge glass panes in the new air traffic control tower at the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport proved to be one of the most complex projects the PrecisionPoint team ever faced. Fortunately, Jay Scanlon PLS, our senior project manager, was there … Read More
3D Scanning Comes in Hand for Huge Manufacturing Plant Job Our biggest 3D scanning job yet in terms of square footage, may have been a tire manufacturing plant on the East Coast. The client asked us to scan a nearly 1 million-square-foot factory in preparation for construction of an expansion. The interior space consisted of manufacturing equipment, process piping and mechanical equipment. Some of the pipes measured 16 inches in diameter. Using two FARO Focus3D … Read More
WebShare Scan Viewer Hosting Is An Important Part of Our 3D Scanning Process for Customers and Clients Why is WebShare cloud viewing important? As most of our current clients will acknowledge, 3D scanning has fundamentally changed the way they obtain their existing conditions documentation. It also empowers them to develop accurate and reliable existing conditions deliverables. However, one of the primary concerns we hear is, how can I easily share these point clouds and view them … Read More
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