Tradiebot Industries and Shanghai Digital Manufacturing (SHDM) today launched a collaborative project directed at developing 3D scanning technologies.
Australia-based Tradiebot is developing robotic 3D printing technology it hopes will have applications in the collision repair industry. In March, its Repairbot project 3D printed a replacement bracket onto a headlight assembly.
The collaboration announced today will focus on advancing technologies in 3D scanning, reverse engineering and damage assessment of automotive car parts, bodies and components.
A meeting was held at SHDM where both parties agreed that the mutual focus on advancing 3D scanning and CAD processing technologies will greatly benefit