3D Scanning and 3D Printing – The Best Pair For Faster Product Development
3D scanning and 3D modelling is one of the readily available and easy solutions in the development stream. 3D scanning is a fast and accurate method of feeding physical measurements of an object onto a computer in an organized manner, resulting in most commonly called 3D scan data. On the other hand with 3D printing, you can literally create anything you can draw. Some of the most common applications of 3D printing and 3D scanning are in the fields of construction, architecture, automotive, industrial, military, aerospace, fashion, engineering, medical, education and many more.
3D printing is a technology that allows you to print three dimensional objects from a digital file.3D printing is an additive process which involves laying down successive layers of material until the entire object is created generating a prototype of a full-scale object.
3D scanning is the fastest, most accurate and automated way to capture 3D digital data for reverse engineering. Using laser technologies and specialized softwares the point cloud data is used to create a 3D CAD model of the scanned area’s geometry. 3D Scanners can easily generate surface models or more complex models whichever is needed for the application.
Many companies are now adopting 3D printing and Scanning solutions in their product development phase as this technology has become readily available at a low budget. This technology makes visualization and design changes to make new product. With effective methods this technology helps you perform dimensional and comparative analysis of an object. They can be helped to repair damage that has been done to an object to help retain that object in its proper form.
3D printing and scanning will generate many opportunities in many industries as complex scanning and printing tasks can be accomplished by just pressing a button. While there is a long way to go towards 3D technology, these methods are bringing drastic changes in the development cycle of any product across industries.
IID which is one of the leading arms of CADD Centre is providing learning opportunities in these area through its highly advanced training programs. Through Reverse Engineering, candidates learn to study the parts of any object by extracting design data and understanding how it functions. This digitized data is then used to recreate or enhance the functional capabilities of an object.
IID hence encourages candidates to get enrolled in its programs and prove their competency in the growing market.