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We provide high-quality 3D scanning services for as-built environments. We have the latest technology and equipment to capture accurate data and create detailed 3D models. Our team of experts can scan any type of space, from small rooms to large commercial buildings.  Our 3D laser scanning services are used by Architects, Engineers, Construction Companies, and Facilities Managers to create as-built documentation, verify dimensions, and create clash detection reports. We can deliver the data in the format you need, whether it’s a point cloud, Revit model, or AutoCAD drawing.

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3D Laser Scanning Services

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Here are Some of the 3D Services that We Provide

3D laser scanning services has quickly become the preferred method for as-built documentation and coordination in the AEC industry. DCMS network offers a comprehensive suite of 3D scanning services to provide our clients with an accurate, digital representation of their existing conditions. Our state-of-the-art equipment and experienced team of professionals allow us to capture even the most complex geometry with the highest level of detail and accuracy. Something that you can depend on.

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DCMS’s 3D laser scanning services can be used for a variety of applications, including:

  • As-Built Documentation – Create an as-built BIM model or point cloud from your existing facility.

  • Space Planning – Optimize the use of your space by understanding the true dimensions and geometry of your facility.

  • Clash Detection – Compare as-built conditions to the BIM model to identify potential clashes and avoid costly rework. Get help with our scan to BIM services.

  • Facility Analysis – Understand how your facility is being used with our traffic analysis and space utilization services.

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DCMS is proud to offer the following 3D scanning services:

3D Laser Scanning – Our state-of-the-art laser scanners can capture even the most complex geometry with the highest level of detail and accuracy.

  • Photogrammetry – We utilize cutting-edge photogrammetry technology to capture large area scans quickly and efficiently.

  • Drone Mapping – Our drone mapping services provide a cost-effective way to collect high-quality data for large-scale projects.

To learn more about our 3D laser scanning services and as built services, or to request a quote, contact us today.

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Frequently Asked Questions

3D Scanning Services FAQs

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Top 10 Faqs for 3D Scanning Services for As-Builts

 

If you're considering using 3D laser scanning services to create as-built documentation for your project, you probably have many questions. Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about 3D scanning services:

1. What is 3D scanning?

2. How is 3D scanning used for as-builts?

3. What are the benefits of using 3D scanning?

4. How much does 3D scanning cost?

5. How long does it take to scan a project?

6. How is the data collected?

7. What type of equipment is used for 3D scanning?

8. How is the data processed?

9. How long does it take to process the data?

10. What are the deliverables?

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1. What is 3D scanning?

 

3D scanning is a process of capturing three-dimensional data from an object using specialized equipment. The resulting point cloud data can be used to create highly accurate three-dimensional models of the object.

 

2. How is 3D scanning used for as-builts?

 

3D scanning can be used to quickly and accurately capture existing conditions on a construction site. This data can then be used to create as-built drawings and models that can be used for future reference.

 

3. What are the benefits of using 3D scanning for as-builts?

 

There are many benefits to using 3D scanning for as-builts, including the ability to create highly accurate documentation, capture data more quickly than traditional methods, and avoid disruptions to construction activities.

 

4. How much does 3D scanning cost?

 

The cost of 3D scanning services can vary depending on the size and complexity of the project. However, in general, 3D scanning is more cost-effective than traditional methods of collecting as-built data.

 

5. How long does it take to scan a project?

 

The time required to scan a project depends on the size and complexity of the project. However, in general, 3D scanning can be completed much more quickly than traditional methods of collecting as-built data.

 

6. How is the data collected?

 

3D scanning services use specialized equipment to capture three-dimensional data from an object. This data is then converted into a point cloud that can be used to create highly accurate three-dimensional models.

 

7. What type of equipment is used for 3D scanning?

 

There are many different types of equipment that can be used for 3D scanning. The type of equipment that is best suited for your project will depend on the size and complexity of the project.

 

8. How is the data processed?

 

After the data is collected, it is converted into a point cloud that can be used to create highly accurate three-dimensional models. These models can then be used for future reference.

 

9. How long does it take to process the data?

 

The time required to process the data depends on the size and complexity of the project. However, in general, 3D scanning can be completed much more quickly than traditional methods of collecting as-built data.

 

10. What are the deliverables?

 

The final product of a 3D scanning project is a highly accurate three-dimensional model that can be used for future reference. This model can be used to create as-built drawings and documentation.

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