Our staff have been 3D scanning people and objects since 1999. Qubic has the most comprehensive range of 3D scanners in Australia.
Qubic is an Australian company specialising in the installation, training and education of 3D scanning, 3D printers and desktop Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) machining technology.
Our aim is to provide general industry with affordable 3D-scanning and desktop-CNC technology. Industries and professionals that currently use these technologies include designers, engineers, animators, computer simulation, quality assurance, museum curators and teachers among many others.
3D scanning and desktop-machining technologies have been in widespread use in the United States, Japan and Europe for over two decades. Using our expertise with these technologies, Qubic aims to assist Australian organisations to adopt these technologies in the shortest possible timeframe. Users have achieved productivity improvements, improved speed to market and superior products after adopting these technologies.
The staff at Qubic have years of commercial experience in product design, 3D scanning and design management.
Qubic staff also provides education services to students and guest lecturing sessions.
We are focused on providing our customers with a level of service and support that ensures technology works for them from day one. We know how to use 3D technology.
Qubic launches Mantis Vision F5 handheld 3D laser scanner
The rugged Mantis Vision F5 3D laser scanner is available for demonstrations. This revolutionary 3D scanner provides field capabilities for 3D scanning previously unavailable. The 3D scanner is able to be used in rugged outdoor environments and is currently used in defence, forensic, mining and oil and gas among others.
Behind the Scenes of Narnia - Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Qubic worked with 3D scanning service provider WYSIWYG 3D to scan all the actors, props and some sets for the Voyage of the Dawn Treader movie, filmed on the Gold Coast. Artec and Minolta scanners were used for full body scans of all actors and costumes and some props, including hairy costumes, while the Surphaser was used to scan some sets and the actual Dawn Treader ship itself.
Read more in this behind the scenes look at the movie. Digital Media World - Dawn Treader
Qubic Supports Australian Film,Television & Radio School Student's Award Winning Film
Qubic provided services to AFTRS students making the film Plastic. Full body scans and high resolution scans of the head, feet and hands were achieved with a Minolta 910 3D laser scanner. WYSIWYG 3D provided services to process the scan data using Geomagic software.
Plastic has won numerous awards around the world and was nominated for 'Best Visual Effect' at the 2009 AFI awards.
More behind the scene information can be found at the Plastic film website. Plastic Film Website
Microscribe digitizing arms are back!
Microscribe products are back in production with Revware with new add-ons such as Mobigage wireless 3D inspection using Apple iPhones and Skiron 3D laser scan heads. Qubic has been appointed the Australian distributor. Please see our Microscribe page for more information. All existing Microscribe customers can contact Qubic for support.