UK engineering firm KW Special Projects (KWSP) has used 3D scanning and additive manufacturing to restore an Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/3, a racecar built in the late 1960s to compete in the World Sportscar Championships. The rare Alfa is owned by Martin Stretton Racing, a UK car restoration specialist.
Designed this in SpaceClaim and 3D printed. Great for the gun safe or shooting range.
Final 3D point cloud created from scan
Reverse Engineered in SpaceClaim by creating surface skins
Solid mode created
MidTenMaker just purchased one of the best Modeling and Reverse Engineering tools available. SpaceClaim. We’re exited to finally be able to bridge the gap between 3D scanning and 3D printing with new solid model design and reverse engineering capabilities.
In the coming months after training and getting familiar with the software we’ll be exited to offer new 3D Modeling services to our customers.
Worked up this 9mm speed loader in my CAD program and then 3D printed it. Works like a charm. Saves your fingers especially in cold weather.