3D SCANNING AND CNC MACHINING OVERVIEW
3D scanning and desktop-machining technologies have progressed dramatically over the last few years. Like most technology innovations, performance has increased and price has decreased. Today, even small businesses, education facilities and home hobbyists can use 3D scanning and desktop-machining technologies with ease. Projects that were considered possible only with the resources of a large corporation are now achievable for the small and home business.
Users of 3D scanning and prototyping technologies include artists, educators, designers, medical researchers and manufacturers among others.
Learn more about 3D scanners, desktop machining and rapid prototyping by following the links below. To see real-life case studies of 3D scanning and machining products, go to our 'Case Studies' page.