This term describes the process in which an existing object is digitized to obtain a faithful three-dimensional model, which in turn can be analysed, modified or replicated, for instance, by using a 3D printer.
Our hardware development department is specializing in this kind of technology, primarily for engineering and mechanical purposes, where acquisition is often performed on small components to replicate their exact dimensions and position in space.
The techniques used to acquire mechanical objects are not that different from those already mentioned for the reconstruction of archaeological finds and sites: laser scanners, 3D photogrammetry and structured light scanning.  

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