Our technology will ensure accurate replicas of all templates taken.
Digital Scanning of 3D Objects
Production on the Digital Stone Carving Robot requires a data file to follow. This is produced from a digital scan. Once the digital scan is on file, it can be used to reproduce the item many times if required. Each copy will be accurate to the original scan. Where an object is incomplete, e.g. a damaged item, it is possible to use ‘rebuild’ the item using our technology, and then the digital carving robot will carve a perfect reproduction.
We can also use maquettes for scanning purposes. Our software can scale up the model size to bring the piece to the scale required. It is also possible to manipulate the scan on screen to enlarge, reduce, or repair the original object.
Our scanner can also be used to store data for posterity. In our project at Earls Court, where scans of original precious stone work were recorded in situ before demolition work began. The scans acted as an insurance against possible damage to the stone work.
Scanning can be done either in situ on buildings and statues, or onsite at Stoneworld if you bring the subject to us.
Digital Templating for 2D projects
Using a revolutionary GPS digital templating system, the Proliner is our mobile scanning unit, used to create templates for 2D projects. We will bring this onsite to create accurate digital templates for production of items such as quartz and granite kitchen worktops or bespoke swimming pool copings. These templates are then used in the Production and Finishing service to create accurate stone work.
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