3D Scanning & Modelling

We take this technology to the next level providing full scale project implementation.

Precision meets Innovation.

We offer an end-to-end solution that spans the entire project lifecycle:

3D Laser Scanning

With Leica RTC360 and Matterport Pro2

Precise and effective data capture of objects and environments to generate 2D drawings, documentation as well as 3D models and more.

The product of laser scanning is point cloud data that can be opened using free software to take a 3D tour, make measurements, examine details, and even generate section views. However, in most instances, our clients opt for a 3D model instead of receiving the point cloud data because of its clearer visualisation and significantly reduced file size, which can go from 200 GB to just 10 MB.

Benefits of 3D Scanning

Laser scanning operates with incredible accuracy, capturing measurements up to 2mm precision.

We employ market’s fastest and most precise laser scanner, guaranteeing cost-effective and time- efficient solutions.

Whether indoors, outdoors or in complete darkness, our laser scanners can capture data reaching distances of up to 130m.

Laser scanning provides reliable data for both renovation projects and the installation of new equipment in existing spaces and more. With just a few clicks, you can effortlessly open your computer, visualise, measure, and share information.

Laser scanning applications exceed borders in industries such as architecture, construction, manufacturing, inspection, surveying, and more.



Most frequent questions and answers

Laser scanners emit laser beams towards a target, and the time it takes for the laser pulses to bounce back to the scanner is measured. In one second laser scanner measure up to 2 million points. The measured points after creates 3D point cloud.

Certainly, you can opt for laser scanning without 3D modelling. However, it’s worth noting that 3D models are often preferred for their ease of use and sharing. They also result in significantly reduced file sizes, sometimes going from over 200GB to as small as 10MB.

Following a laser scanning project, you will receive a point cloud file that can be opened in a free app. These files enable you to take measurements, generate section views, and even embark on a 3D tour.

No, laser scanning necessitates that the target object remain stationary during the scanning process. Movements around the object are generally acceptable.

Yes, the laser scanning equipment we use is safe for the eyes.

Size is no limit. Laser scanning technology can achieve remarkable precision, down to 20 microns, for small-scale objects. For larger areas, drones can be employed to capture data more efficiently. We always tailor the solution to the specific needs of the project.

3d Modelling

A Powerful Tool Employed Across Industries For Design, Simulation and Visualisation Purposes

We create exceptionally precise 3D models by leveraging laser scanning technology, which empowers us to deliver projects in the highest detail, down to the visibility of individual screws. These 3D models enable precise measurements, seamless system integration and remote accessibility, eliminating the need for physical measurements or on-site visits.

Application Possibilities:​

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.

Creating 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.

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.


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.

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.


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

We predict 3D modelling to become the industry standard, making traditional 2D drawings seem like relics of the past.

Our end-to-end solution

For the entire project lifecycle.

We are a team of innovative engineers committed to providing comprehensive solutions tailored to each project, from concept to implementation. Trust us with:

  • Laser Scanning: We capture reality with precision.

  • 3D Modelling: Turning point cloud data into 3D models.

  • Designing: Modelling your vision with expertise.

  • Engineering Solutions: Finding solutions and implementing them.

  • Automation: Get reliable data from sensor or embedded system data.
  • Digital Twin Software: A centralised hub for all your project data – a 3D model seamlessly integrated with 2D drawings and various systems.

Choosing TwinProjects isn't just selecting a service; it's choosing a dedicated partner in your journey to success. Let's embark on a journey where precision, innovation, and expert solutions come together to bring your vision to life!

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Roberta Krauze


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