“Confessions of a Hired Gun” is just that, the true tales spun by a guy who’s been in the field, scanning for a living, as long as anyone in the industry. What works and what doesn’t work? What does the client want and what should the client want? This is a place where you’ll find advice and commiseration if you’re in the scanning business, and a place where you can learn about best practices and what to expect from your scanning provider if you’re an engineering firm or asset owner/operator.
Confessions of a Hired Gun
When a scanner costs the same as a total station, how do you charge more for scanning than for a survey crew? Get creative.
FARO’s handheld scanner makes a nice addition to tripod-based scanners, but it isn’t perfect.
Since it’s all anyone is talking about–let’s dig in to understand what the BLK360 really means for 3D scanning.
Even if you’re working with a consultant, there are a few crucial things you need to ask yourself before you pay for 3D tech.
Now that we can 3D print and 3D scan virtually anything we want to, how does that affect our intellectual property?
This past week I was finally able to put PointCab through its paces analyzing point cloud data, and I have to say that the company’s CEO undersold it.