3D scanning and 3D printing have never been more accessible. Lo-fi methods have brought the technologies to the masses with mobile apps and self-replicating 3D printers, bringing the costs down dramatically.
World heritage sites are being destroyed at an alarming rate, but two american companies are using 3D scanning to capture them digitally.
For any food manufacturer, finding the right packaging is equally as important as finding the tastiest recipe.
Manchester Metrology will be exhibiting at MedTech 2018 from April 25th-26th at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. The event is the UK and Ireland’s leading exhibition for medical design and manufacturing technology. The event will host nearly 200 exhibitors from the medical technology sector with over 2500 visitors expected over the two-day event. Visit the Manchester Metrology […]
The Measure Anything event held recently at Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium was a huge success!
A fundamental problem with self-driving cars lies in how the cars sense their surroundings and adapt their driving accordingly – Scanning can be used to resolve this.
Manchester Metrology will be working with Optimax, Renishaw and Faro to host a metrology networking event called Measure Anything.
Manchester Metrology will be exhibiting at MACH 2018 from April 9th-13th at the NEC in Birmingham.
One of the many benefits surrounding the use of laser scanners is the ability to create detailed models of inspection areas; this is especially vital when trying to detail the layout of a crime scene.
With the number of applications for metrology continually growing, the use of 3D scanners has increased for a number of industries, helping to streamline manufacturing and engineering processes.