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3D Modelling

3D modelling is the process of creating digital representations of objects or environments in three dimensions. It is a powerful tool employed across industries for design, visualisation and simulation purposes.

Our approach to 3D modelling leverages laser scanning as a foundation, enabling the creation of detailed 3D models and designing the integration of new systems into existing spaces. This technology enables accurate measurements, seamless system integration and remote accessibility, eliminating the need for physical measurements or on-site visits.

Application possibilities:

1. Digital Twins:

3D modelling is at the heart of the “Digital Twin” concept, where a real-world object or system is mirrored in a digital format, combining 3D model, 2D drawings and documentation as well as different kind of systems as maintenance into one software

2. Documentation:

From 3D models in a short time create necessary 2D drawings as floor plans and section views as well generate isometric drawings and P&ID diagrams

3. Retrofit Projects:

Using a 3D model as a decision-making foundation enables better assessment compatibility, modification planning and seamless integration of new elements into existing environments, saving time and minimising errors

4. Prefabrication:

In the construction industry, 3D models are used for component prefabrication. This method reduces on-site labor requirements, speeds up construction timelines, and improves the quality of the final product

5. BIM (Building information modelling):

Powerful tool for real-time collaboration of data within an open cloud platform throughout the design, construction, and operations phases of a project.

6. Simulations:

Precise 3D models enable simulating and analysing different processes as machinery behaviour, predicting material properties and ensuring product reliability.

In summary, 3D modelling applications are wide and impactful, revolutionising industries such as construction, manufacturing, and asset management. Its role in engineering promises to become the industry standard, making traditional 2D drawings seem like relics of the past.

Roberta Krauze


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