If you have a need for 3D design services but don’t have the time or in-house resources, the Thinglab team are equipped with industry leading tools and ready to help you.
Our team specialises in design/modelling directly from scan data.
Armed with the Artec range of scanners our team are able to quickly and accurately capture scan data which is then used as the basis for design.
Depending on what you are trying to achieve we might use Geomagic Design X or Mudbox for the design work.
We can then provide you with the final model in a wide range of file formats to suit your needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is 3D design/modelling?
Our definition of 3D design/modelling is creating a digital model, whether that is from scratch or from 3D scan data. There are many different 3D design/modelling tools out there but we specialise in design/modelling directly from scan data or using haptics and touch based organic design/modelling.
What is a haptic device?
The PHANTOM Desktop and PHANTOM Omni haptic devices are true 3D interfaces with force feedback that enable designers and modellers to use their sense of touch to model with virtual clay just like real clay. Using a haptic device means you can feel the model you are working with making it perfect for organic shapes.
What is 3D design/modelling used for?
3D models are used to create almost any object you can think of. More specific applications for the tools and service we provide include, industrial design, art, sculpture, character generation, special effects, jewellery, engineering and many more…
Please feel free to contact us if you would like further details or to see if 3D design/modelling can benefit you.
How much do 3D design/modelling tools cost?
To receive a quotation for any 3D design/modelling or 3D scan software please contact us and we can discuss you requirements.
How much do 3D design/modelling services cost?
To receive a quotation for any 3D design/modelling or 3D scan post production please send us the details, including file size, file formats, deadline and tolerances, in a message through our contact us page.