New CyberOptics Products by Laser Design
Laser Design, a subsidiary of CyberOptics, has been a premiere provider of ultra-precise 3D scanning systems and 3D measurement services for over 30 years. Laser Design can help you successfully solve your most complex 3D inspection, analysis, and reverse engineering challenges quickly, giving you a competitive advantage.
3D Scanning Systems
A 3D portable scanner for higher precision scanning of intricate details and sharp edges. Easily digitize complex objects in minutes and import directly into a CAD system.
Rexcan CS+ 3D Scanners provide advanced high-definition quality 3D scans and is easy of use. This 3D scanner is a powerful solution for Inspection and Reverse Engineering applications.
3D Scanning Services
Since 1981, Laser Design has been committed to tackling the most challenging 3D scanning & measurement problems. We measure and scan everything from small, highly detailed parts to complete vehicles. We even scan buildings, bridges, power plants and other large-scale objects.
3D scanning converts physical objects into precise digital models, enabling you to quickly and accurately capture your object’s shape and geometries.
Using highly accurate, photo realistic 3D scan data generated with 3D scanning you are able to view as-built documentation in a virtual world. The data can also be surfaced to generate a CAD model which can be used for comparison or reconstruction.
3D Printing Services
Laser Design uses the latest technologies and advanced materials and specializes in quick-turnaround services. Why outsource your work to multiple vendors? Laser Design can 3D print your part as well.
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is additive manufacturing at its best—parts created layer by layer using real thermoplastics. You can create complex geometries that would be next to impossible using traditional manufacturing methods with virtually no size limitation.
PolyJet 3D Printing Service
PolyJet technology creates models and prototypes that set a new standard for finished-product realism. The PolyJet process jets ultra-thin layers of liquid photopolymer to create the most complex shapes, fine details and smooth surfaces. Even combine two materials in one print to get the benefits of both.