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3D scan and reverse engineer a Garrett turbo

We had the pleasure of scanning a pair of Garrett supercharger blades (G35 and GTX35) for a customer that will be making their own unique


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3D Laser Scan a Toyota Furtuner

We had the pleasure of scanning a 2021 Toyota Fortuner, as the customer needed the data to assist them in making an off-road bulbar bumper


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VolksScooter at Vintage Bike Thailand #15

The VolksScooter went camping at one of the most exciting annual motorcycle events in Thailand, the Vintage Bike Thailand meet Kanchanaburi, Thailand.  This year marks


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VW TOOLS – Assembly Jig for Windshield and Rear Window of Karmann-Ghia-Coupe (VW738/1)

We have the VW manuals “Local Manufacture of Workshop Equipment” from 1965. We thought it would be fun, and perhaps helpful for everyone here, if


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3D Laser Scanning a Land Rover Defender 2020

The Land Rover Defender 2020 is a very beautiful vehicle and we 3D laser scanned it to get exact measurements for an accessory maker. The


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VW TOOLS – ‘Disassembly tool for Window Handles (VW 705)’

We have the VW manuals “Local Manufacture of Workshop Equipment” from 1965. We thought it would be fun, and perhaps helpful for everyone here, if


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VW TOOLS – ‘Extractor Lever for main drive shaft Oil seal (VW 681)’

We have the VW manuals “Local Manufacture of Workshop Equipment” from 1965. We thought it would be fun, and perhaps helpful for everyone here, if


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3D laser scan of Toyota van for custom ambulance interior

We 3D laser scanned the Toyota Commuter Van in Bangkok, Thailand, using a Creaform Metra scanner, Creaform C-Track system, and Creaform VXElements software. We processed


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VW Tools – ‘Drift for DU bearings and needle bearings, lower (VW 756)’

We have the VW manuals “Local Manufacture of Workshop Equipment” from 1965. We thought it would be fun, and perhaps helpful for everyone here, if


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VW TOOLS – ‘Drift for DU bearings and needle bearings, upper (VW 757)’

We have the VW manuals “Local Manufacture of Workshop Equipment” from 1965. I thought it would be fun, and perhaps helpful for everyone here, if


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