Marine / Defense
Verisurf chiefly provides large parts inspection for manufacturing companies in the Marine industry, enabling them to easily work with any wireframe, surface or solid models. Manufacturers also use the software suite’s 3D laser projection capabilities for precision soft tooling. After defining where laser beams are to appear on the part, operators use them as a guide during the manufacturing process. For example, boat builders use laser projection and Verisurf software to efficiently and repeatedly position structural hull components such as box beams, stringers and bulkheads. Others use Verisurf for reverse engineering as-built or as-tooled hull shapes, in considerably less time and with less effort than ever before.
Verisurf facilitates large parts inspection for Energy companies like Southern California Edison (SCE), one of the largest utility providers in the world. Our software also allows oil refineries and other petroleum operations to easily measure large, complex parts using portable measuring devices. For wind turbine manufacturers, Verisurf expedites the inspection of blades to meet strict tolerances. Our model-based software, for example, enables General Electric Energy to routinely inspect blades prior to assembly.
For Verisurf software, it is not always about a manufactured part or process. Our software is at work today in the Medical industry, contributing precise reverse engineering and measurements for applications as diverse as limb prostheses creation and burn reconstruction. Users implement Verisurf technology to scan limbs, convert the scan data into a 3D model and then custom develop a prosthetic based on the model. In addition, our capability to provide measurement and inspection of small, precise, complex-shaped parts is critical to new techniques in research, development and treatment for all types of medical applications. Manufacturers have used our model-based software to create model tumors for precise pre-surgical detail.