1975 Honda CB400F Super Sport Motorcycle 3D Scan
Laser scanning motorcycles open a multitude of possibilities for digital workflows and CAD design. Motorcycles traditionally feature a wide variety of geometry and surfaces, such as: angular and planar surfaces, tubular, organic curves, to intricate details such as fins, bolts, threads, edges, and engravings. A complete laser scan will capture all the shapes and details perfectly into a digital file; and this file can be used for product development, inspection, aftermarket accessories, performance parts, simulation, and engineering. Furthermore, a fully assembled motorcycle provides the base foundation for complex projects, such as individual component scanning, which offers the ability to verify and check clearances and maximize part sizes. The wide ranging surface finishes typically on a motorcycle, such as dark gloss colours to mirror and chrome finishes are not an issue for our industrial-grade, blue laser scanner. No coating and no target stickers are required for our equipment.
All our laser scans are performed with metrology-grade scanners, not hobby-grade or entry-level equipment, and are accurate to 25 micron, ISO 17025 Accredited. This data is available for sale, please visit our shop or contact us for further information.