3D Scanning - Advanced Part Inspection Services

By Jesse Garant posted 12-09-2016 11:11


3D scanning is a powerful tool that helps industries bridge the gap between design and production. In fact, the market is expected to be worth $8 billion by 2025, according a recent report by Grand View Research. They attribute this surging growth to the increased acceptance of this versatile technology by aerospace and defense, automotive, manufacturing, and healthcare industries.

3D scanning is a nondestructive inspection method performed by capturing the external structure of a part or component. 3D scanners are devices that capture data of an object’s form and appearance through the use of laser or light technology. The data is then used to create a digitized three-dimensional representation of the object, which can then be manipulated for diverse applications, including preproduction prototyping, failure investigation, and reverse engineering.

Jesse Garant Metrology Center is the leading 3D scanning service company in North America. We are able to scan your project right the first time by using the proper equipment for the job. As 3D scanning technology is rapidly changing, our company continues to invest in the very latest equipment to ensure you receive the highest quality 3D scan data. We have in-house green laser CMM capabilities with a 2m x 1m x 1m scan envelope along with structured blue light 3D scanners. We also offer three types of 3D laser scanning techniques to accommodate the versatility of this technology: laser triangulation, time of flight, and phase shift.

We provide several types of analyses available with our 3D scanning services:

Jesse Garant Metrology Center is the company for those who need quality 3D scans of parts, objects, and assemblies. For more information, see our page on 3D scanning services. If you have a project in mind, our team can help you request a quote.




  • 3D Imaging
  • 3D Scanning
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Metrology
  • NDT
  • Product Design
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Standards