October 15

The advantages of a 3D Scan in construction

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for filler application and how it supports the building process 

 
After the assembly of blocks by the welders, the analysis of deformation takes place to decide whether to proceed with the process with sandblasting and primer application or if a reweld of the steel plate would be more efficient.

Assumed the process proceeds with the sandblasting, ROBOSURF completely automates this task. The pollution from the blasting is reduced by 80% via ROBOSURF's differend kind of overspray control solutions.

After the application of primer by ROBOSURF the 3D scan process takes place under consideration of all kinds of deformations that have occurred through other areas of work (for example the installation of engines during the building process of a vessel). This kind of 3D scan provides a much higher accuracy and lays ground for a high precision filler application.

Robosurf Hull Fairing and Robot Filler Application -  the advantages of a filler map

The amount of filler material is calculated based on the 3D data and final fairing. The result is a precise basis that helps to calculate the exact amount of material for the filler application.


Documentation
The 3D scan and the application material map both provide great documentation. Digital twins of buildings, vessels or large objects offer great advantages for documentation and future maintenance.

As an example, this documentation supports future refit processes of a vessel in a new way since all areas of the hull have been made visible based on the highest accuracy and offer a great additional benefit to the shipyard - and at the end to the owner as well.

Robosurf Filler application leads to a reduction of waste of 30% and more

Robosurfs' optimization software leads to a reduction of waste of 30% and more. Robosurf increases material efficiency.

If you have not already read it, we recommend this article: How Robot Technology can have an impact on the Lifecycle


Documentation
The 3D scan and the application material map both provide great documentation. Digital twins of buildings, vessels or large objects offer great advantages for documentation and future maintenance.

As an example, this documentation supports future refit processes of a vessel in a new way since all areas of the hull have been made visible based on the highest accuracy and offer a great additional benefit to the shipyard - and at the end to the owner as well.

If you have not already read it, we recommend this article: How Robot Technology can have an impact on the Lifecycle


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Automation, Filler Application, Lifecycle


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