Full scan and model of entire vessel for the builder and naval architect
8m catamaran scanned and hull model created for hydrostatic analysis
Scan of slipway for launching Perry 57
Scan of damaged hull
for new fibreglass structure and skin
Vintage boat scanned for development of a scale model
Super yacht refit
Benetti flybridge scanned and modelled for new fit out
Steel hulled motor yacht
scanned and modelled for hull extension and hydrostatic analysis
Mould of workboat scanned in situ to create lines plan and CAD drawings
Golden Globe Race sailboat fully scanned.
The data file was converted to a web based ".lgs" format for private client web portal
1:10 scale model
Full exterior scan of new catamaran with mesh surfaces generated for five axis CNC milling
(more to come)
Scan and model of power catamaran hull to check symmetry of hulls for sea keeping
Non-skid foam areas
The sole of a tender was scanned with the proposed shapes defined by (green) masking tape. These areas were then transferred to a CAD program and non-skid foam was CNC cut and applied by O'Neill Shipwrights, GCCM
Interior refit of superyacht
The maindeck saloon was scanned and a mesh model was created for the naval architects to design a new interior arrangement
Nozzle redesign for fishing boat
The existing nozzle was scanned with the Leica RTC360 and the shaft position recorded with the Leica TCR703. This information was used to create a precise CAD surface model.
Scan of sailboat for stability assessment.
(Green spheres represent scan positions)
Brisbane city cross river ferry
This hull was modelled using data from the RTC360 and the TCR703 for a comparative study. (Dots are from TCR703, point cloud is from RTC360)
The TCR703 requires some notes to be taken ...