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3D Engineers Limited
5 The Gavel, Sturminster Newton
Dorset, DT10 1QX, UK

Lorraine-Dietrich radius arm – in a day!

Lorraine-Dietrich radius arm created in six hours in 3D CAD from plans and made within the day.
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New Boeing-approved scanning equipment

We’re very excited with our latest investment in more laser scanning technology and 3D immersive photography. We can now offer a service 7 x more accurate than before – and that was mm perfect!! Other improvements include better quality scanning and with our amazing new 3D camera, panoramic takes on a whole new meaning. It’s no mean feat at £52k, but it’s well worth it for our clients. In the
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Digital databank turns up information on 20’s magneto

Helped a gentleman from Bulgaria with information on a 20’s magneto. Being used on a classic bike project. We constantly source motoring literature to add to our digital archive and constantly amaze people about what we have information on!
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Drone pilot joins team

A licensed drone pilot is joining our team. It is illegal to fly a drone and accept payment unless licensed. The drone will be used in conjunction with 3D scanning and a 360 degree HDR camera to offer improved and innovative services.
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Colour scanning service upgraded

Our colour 3D scanning service is getting an upgrade. Picture comparison link below. Top picture shows improved image.
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The Wimbledon Poodle with 3D Engineers help

We helped create, then orientate, size, revise and produce CNC cutting files for the tennis ball body parts of the poodle, which were then made and displayed during Wimbledon. Loved this job!
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3D Engineers in launch issue of Historic Racing Technology magazine

Not only are we featured in an article about our reverse engineering skills, but we are also behind some of the other large success stories you can read about in this new mag, launched in the summer.
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Buck brings car to life

Another 3D Engineers buck brings another car to life.
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Getting the right finish

On classic cars a CNC finish – even if blasted – can look incongruous. We can add variability to solve this.
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