Advantages offered by the use of laser scanning in the different phases of shipbuilding:
As Built ship interior from Laser Scanning
Precise capture of the geometry of the hull and structures: Laser scanning allows obtaining a cloud of points with precise information on the shape and dimensions of the hull, as well as the different structures of the ship. This information is used as a basis for the design and 3D modeling of the ship, improving the accuracy and efficiency of the process.
Verification of designs and plans: 3D models generated from laser scans can be used to verify the accuracy of designs and plans, detect possible errors or interferences, and make modifications virtually before construction.
Deformation analysis: Laser scanning can be used to monitor and analyze deformations that may occur during ship construction, allowing corrective measures to be taken in a timely manner.
Planning and optimizing material cutting: 3D models obtained from laser scanning can be used to optimize the cutting of materials, such as steel or aluminum sheets, reducing waste and improving process efficiency.
Manufacturing of parts and components: Laser scanning data can be used for the precise manufacturing of parts and components, such as pipes, valves or elements of the ship's internal structure.
Assembly and assembly: Laser scanning facilitates the assembly and assembly of the different parts of the boat, as it allows the accuracy of the measurements and the compatibility of the parts to be verified.
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