Ball Joint 3D Model

This ball joint 3D model was captured with an Artec 3D Scanner.

A very simple part to scan and a good example of scanning holes. To scan a hole, one needs to make sure that all or at least most of the edge area is seen by the scanner during the scanning process.

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Get the most accurate 3D models of your small or large objects with our cutting-edge Artec 3D scanning and processing services.

We can provide you with various scanning applications including reverse engineering, and models for manufacturing, healthcare applications, and industrial design.

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