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Fastech to Showcase Additive Manufacturing at Farnborough International Airshow 2024!

Fastech LLC is excited to announce our participation in the highly anticipated Farnborough International Airshow from July 22-26, 2024 at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre!

This prestigious event, known for being one of the world’s leading gatherings for the
Aerospace and Defense industries, promises to be a significant opportunity for us to showcase our groundbreaking additive manufacturing technologies and connect with global industry leaders.

 

About Farnborough International Airshow

Held biennially in Farnborough, UK, the Farnborough International Airshow is a celebrated platform that attracts key players from across the globe. With its rich history and focus on innovation, the airshow provides unparalleled opportunities for networking, business growth, and exploring the latest advancements in aerospace. The event features a comprehensive program that includes:

🛩️ Exhibitor Showcases: Over 1,500 exhibitors displaying cutting-edge aerospace technologies and products.

🛩️ Keynote Presentations: Insights from top industry leaders on the future of aviation and defense.

🛩️ Panel Discussions: In-depth discussions on current trends, challenges, and opportunities.

🛩️ Static and Flying Displays: Spectacular demonstrations of the latest aircraft and aviation feats.

 

Unveiling Fastech’s Advanced Manufacturing Expertise

At Fastech LLC, we are at the forefront of manufacturing innovation, leading the way with our top-tier End-to-End Manufacturing Services, which not only include our additive manufacturing technologies but also subtractive technology and inspection. This holistic approach ensures seamless integration from part reverse-engineering and CAD development to final inspection, allowing us to deliver high-quality and efficient manufacturing solutions.

Whether it’s prototyping groundbreaking applications or producing intricate, high-quality components, our expert team is ready to demonstrate how our capabilities can transform your production processes.

In house, we count on two major technologies:

 

💥 WAAM Technology – Powered by Gefertec

Our Gefertec machines, leveraging Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) technology, efficiently fabricate large metal components in Titanium, Nickel, Steel, and various other alloys.

WAAM offers key benefits over traditional methods, including reduced material waste, faster production times, and lower overall costs due to its efficient use of resources.

 

💫 LW-DED Technology – Powered by Meltio

Alongside WAAM, Fastech utilizes Laser-Wire Directed Energy Deposition (LW-DED) technology, powered by Meltio, to achieve exceptional precision in additive manufacturing.

This method is ideal for intricate designs and repairing high-value components with minimal heat input and distortion. Key benefits include high precision for fine details and superior finishes, minimal distortion to maintain structural integrity, and versatility across various metals and alloys.

We invite you to visit our Stand 2125 at the Farnborough International Airshow to see firsthand how Fastech LLC is pushing the boundaries of additive manufacturing. Our team of experts will be on hand to discuss our advanced technologies, showcase sample components, and explore how our solutions can meet your specific needs.

Whether you are looking to enhance your current manufacturing processes, reduce costs, or explore new possibilities in additive manufacturing, Fastech LLC has the expertise and technology to help you achieve your goals. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with our team and discover how we can drive your business forward.

How to Register? You can book your visitor/trade pass here

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We look forward to seeing you at the Farnborough International Airshow!

Best Regards,

The Fastech LLC Team

FasTech LLC is thrilled to announce our participation in RAPID + TCT, North America’s largest and most influential additive manufacturing and industrial 3D printing event. The event will take place from June 25-27, 2024, at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, CA, Booth #2950.

This gathering of industry leaders, innovators, and experts promises to be a pivotal moment for sharing groundbreaking advancements and discovering new opportunities in the field of additive manufacturing.

RAPID + TCT provides a comprehensive platform for professionals from various industries to explore the latest innovations in additive manufacturing. With over 400 exhibitors, numerous keynote presentations, panel discussions, and hands-on workshops, participants have the unique opportunity to gain insights into cutting-edge technologies and best practices. The event covers a wide range of topics, including:

  • Designing for Additive Manufacturing
  • Advancements in Metal 3D Printing
  • Bioprinting and Healthcare Applications
  • Quality Control and Post-Processing Techniques

This gathering of industry leaders, innovators, and experts promises to be a pivotal moment for sharing groundbreaking advancements and discovering new opportunities in the field of additive manufacturing.

Discover FasTech’s Advanced Manufacturing Capabilities

At FasTech LLC, we stand at the cutting edge of manufacturing processes, pioneering advancements through our premier additive manufacturing services. From prototyping innovative applications to manufacturing intricate, high-quality components, our expert team is prepared to show you how our capabilities can revolutionize your production processes.

– WAAM Technology

Our GEFERTEC machines, which utilize Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) technology, enable the efficient fabrication of large metal components. WAAM offers several significant advantages over traditional manufacturing methods, including:

  • Reduced Waste: By using wire as feedstock and employing near-net shape production techniques, WAAM minimizes material waste.
  • Faster Production Times: WAAM allows for rapid deposition rates, speeding up the manufacturing process without compromising quality.
  • Cost Advantages: The efficiency and reduced material usage translate into lower overall production costs.

– LW-DED Technology – Powered by Meltio

In addition to WAAM, FasTech also employs Laser-Wire Directed Energy Deposition (LW-DED), powered by Meltio, to offer unparalleled precision in additive manufacturing. This technology is perfect for printing intricate designs and repairing high-value components with minimal heat input and distortion. Key benefits of LW-DED include:

  • High Precision: The laser beam provides precise control over the deposition process, resulting in fine details and superior surface finishes.
  • Minimal Distortion: Controlled heat input ensures that components retain their structural integrity, reducing the need for extensive post-processing.
  • Versatility: LW-DED can be used for various metals and alloys, making it ideal for complex and high-performance applications.

We invite you to visit our Booth #2950 at RAPID + TCT to see firsthand how FasTech LLC is pushing the boundaries of additive manufacturing. Our team of experts will be on hand to discuss our advanced technologies, showcase sample components, and explore how our solutions can meet your specific needs.

Whether you are looking to enhance your current manufacturing processes, reduce costs, or explore new possibilities in additive manufacturing, FasTech LLC has the expertise and technology to help you achieve your goals.

How to Register? You can book your ticket with a special discount by using our exclusive code when registering.

Registration link: Click Here

Promotional code: 16711996

We look forward to seeing you in Los Angeles!

FasTech LLC is excited to invite you to the upcoming webinar on the Wire-Directed Energy Deposition (DED) of Nickel-Based Super Alloys in collaboration with Meltio, game-changers in the additive manufacturing industry with their innovative and unique laser wire technology.

During this webinar, we will cover a range of topics designed to give participants a comprehensive understanding of wire-DED technology and its applications with nickel-based super alloys. Here’s what you can expect:

A Brief Introduction to FasTech and Meltio

Get to know FasTech LLC and Meltio, two actual pioneers in the field of additive manufacturing. Learn about our journeys, core values, and what drives us to continuously push the boundaries of wire arc and laser wire DED technologies.

‘End-to-End’ Manufacturing Capabilities at FasTech

Discover FasTech’s extensive manufacturing services, which include cutting-edge solutions in Reverse Engineering, Additive Manufacturing, 3~5 axis Machining and Metrology services.

Our Gefertec arc605 machines (WAAM technology), enables the efficient fabrication of large metal components with reduced waste, faster production times, and a significant cost advantage over traditional manufacturing methods. But also, with our LW-DED process powered by Meltio, we offer unparalleled precision, allowing the print of intricate designs and the repair of high-value components with minimal heat input and distortion.

Value Proposition for Wire-DED of Metal Components

Understand the significant benefits of using wire-DED technology for metal components. We’ll explain how this method can enhance your manufacturing processes and improve the quality of your products.

Wire-Directed Energy Deposition (wire-DED) is a transformative technology for manufacturing high-quality metal components. It offers several compelling advantages that make it an attractive option for various industrial applications.

One of the most significant benefits of wire-DED is its cost efficiency. By using wire as the feedstock, manufacturers can reduce material waste compared to traditional subtractive manufacturing methods. This efficiency translates into lower overall production costs, making it a more economical choice for producing metal components.

More info during the webinar.

Comparing WAAM and Laser-Wire DED (LW-DED) Technologies at FasTech

Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) and Laser-Wire Directed Energy Deposition (LW-DED) are two advanced techniques we employ at FasTech. This segment will provide a detailed comparison of these technologies, highlighting their unique advantages and applications.

Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) and Laser-Wire Directed Energy Deposition (LW-DED) are both advanced additive manufacturing techniques that use wire feedstock but differ significantly in their processes and applications. WAAM uses an electric arc to melt the wire, resulting in higher deposition rates suitable for large-scale industrial applications like aerospace and shipbuilding, albeit with coarser grain structures that may need more post-processing. Conversely, LW-DED employs a high-power laser to achieve precise control overheat input, producing finer grain structures and detailed geometries with superior surface finishes.

This makes LW-DED ideal for industries requiring high precision, such as medical devices and aerospace components, though it typically involves higher costs and slower deposition rates compared to WAAM.

Nickel-Based Super Alloys Printing Using WAAM and LW-DED

The webinar will delve into the specifics of printing with nickel-based super alloys using WAAM and LW-DED. We will present several case studies to illustrate the practical applications and successes we’ve achieved with these methods.

Meltio Engine Robot Integration

One of the standout features of our additive manufacturing capabilities is the integration of the Meltio Engine Robot. This innovative solution combines the precision of robotic automation with the advanced capabilities of Meltio’s laser-wire deposition technology. The result is a highly flexible and efficient system that can handle complex manufacturing tasks with unparalleled accuracy.

This informative session will be presented by Yashwanth Bandari, Director of Business Development at FasTech, and Alejandro Lázaro, Process and Materials Manager at Meltio.

Date: June 4th, 2024
Time: 17:00 CEST (11:00 AM EDT)

Why Attend?

  • Expert Insights:** Gain valuable knowledge from industry experts.
  • Advanced Technologies:** Learn about the latest advancements in additive manufacturing.
  • Practical Applications:** See real-world examples of how these technologies are being applied.
  • Interactive Q&A:** Get your questions answered by the presenters.

Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your understanding of wire-DED technology and its applications in manufacturing. Register now and join us for an engaging and informative session!

How to Register

To register for the webinar, please click here

We look forward to seeing you there!

As experts in additive manufacturing (AM) with a core focus on WAAM and LW-DED technologies, we are thrilled to exhibit at America’s Event for Industrial AM Innovation, Formnext Austin 2023.

Formnext forum Austin is breaking ground as the first event in a series dedicated to driving innovation and growth in industrial 3D printing across the Americas. Located in one of the world’s most technologically advanced manufacturing hubs, Formnext forum Austin will bring together leaders from all sectors of the additive manufacturing (AM) supply chain.

At Formnext Austin 2023, we will be showcasing some game-changing technologies, namely the use of WAAM and LW-DED methods to print small to medium to large scale metal components.

WAAM offers several advantages, including its ability to produce large-scale metal parts at high deposition rates and cost-effectively. In this process, a wide range of metallic alloys, making it suitable for various industrial sectors. This groundbreaking technology is trustfully used in industries such as aerospace, automotive, oil and gas, and more. It is particularly beneficial for producing components with complex geometries, as well as for repairing and refurbishing existing parts.

Laser wire direct energy deposition (LW-DED) is a metal additive manufacturing technique that utilizes lasers for precise deposition of material to create or repair 3D metal components. LW-DED offers relatively fast deposition rates Compared To Powder-based technologies. It´s suitable for printing small to large-scale metal parts or perform repairs, reducing production time and costs. Some typical applications include manufacturing complex components with intricate geometries, repairing turbine blades or other high-value parts, repairing worn-out surfaces, or simply creating custom prototypes.

But at FasTech, we not only specialize in additive manufacturing, as part of our one-stop-shop services, we also offer machining services for components that require a high degree of precision and repeatability. Our CNC machining specialists can program and safely oversee the production of highly complicated precision components with the highest standards of quality.

Moreover, we are proud to be the US reseller for the Scantech range of portable 3D scanners. These state-of-the-art scanners are ideal for rapidly creating exact 3D models for product development, reverse engineering, first article inspection (FAI), quality control and repair and maintenance.

Join us from August 28th to 30th and discover the limitless possibilities of additive manufacturing at Booth 338. Our team of additive manufacturing professionals will be on hand to answer all your inquiries.

Do not forget to click on the link below to obtain your trade visitor badge and do not forget to use our Guest Pass Code: FFA1170 to get a discount.

For more information about FasTech, visit our website at www.fastech-engineering.com. 

The FasTech Team.

Additive manufacturing (AM) processes are no longer in their infancy. They are quickly emerging into serious options to produce metallic parts. Input alloy requirements and processing energy requirements are considerably lower in AM than in conventional processes, like forging. Thus, AM becomes an attractive option to manufacture forging preforms. Such preforms will allow one-step forging to finished shape/size instead of two or three steps. Further, the use of AM in making forging preforms combines the flexibility and efficiency of near-net-shape manufacturing with the strength and durability properties of wrought manufacturing processes.

Dr. Tushar Borkar from Cleveland State University (CSU) received a grant from Forging Industry Education and Research Foundation (FIERF) to investigate the use of AM processes to reduce the cycle time in forging operations. Dr. Borkar and Fastech Engineering (FasTech) are exploring wire arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) technology to manufacture forging preforms.

FasTech’s WAAM system can print small to large scale components in steel, titanium, nickel, aluminum alloys with typical deposition rates of 5 kg/h in both 3-and 5-axis configuration using state-of-the-art feedback controls. CSU will study the effect of processing parameters on microstructure and mechanical behavior of 316 stainless steel parts fabricated via different processes, including WAAM, followed by forging. The controlled deformation of the forging process enhances mechanical performance of the printed parts by adding directional properties for strength, ductility, and resistance to impact and fatigue that wouldn’t be possible with AM alone. These results will also be compared with other post-processing methods like vacuum hot press and spark plasma sintering.

FasTech and CSU plan to apply this technology and expand their partnership to manufacture other alloys for the forging industry to minimize cycle time.

The aerospace industry has been utilizing Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology for years to produce critical parts for aircraft engines and structures. One of the most notable examples of AM in aerospace is the production of turbine blades, which require complex geometries and cannot be created by traditional manufacturing processes. By utilizing AM, manufacturers can produce more intricate designs that provide better performance and are often lighter in weight.

AM technologies like Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) and Laser Directed Energy Deposition (L-DED) are used to fabricate complex aerospace components by depositing welding wire or metal powder using an electric arc or a laser to melt and bond the material together, creating an intricate 3D-printed structure.

FasTech applies both these technologies to print components in various alloys, like Titanium, Inconel, Steel, Aluminum and many more. Below are a few examples.

(a) Impeller in Inconel 625

(b) Automobile component in Stainless steel

Figure 1: Metal components printed at FasTech

WAAM technology is widely utilized for creating large parts for aerospace applications. It is a more economical option when compared to the traditional methods used by the aerospace industry. This technique is particularly useful in the production of engine components, large fuselage sections, and landing gear sections. The WAAM process comprises using metal wires as the raw material that is melted and deposited in layers, creating the required geometry and shapes.

The benefits of AM are numerous, including cost and time savings, increased design flexibility, and improved part performance. For instance, Airbus has been using AM technologies in their A350 XWB aircraft, where AM has helped to reduce airframe weight by up to 30% compared to traditional manufacturing techniques, resulting in significant fuel savings.

Another advantage of additive manufacturing is its ability to produce parts with excellent mechanical properties, high durability, and heat resistance, providing a more extended life to the manufactured aerospace components. Also, the reduction in the weight of parts during Additive Manufacturing (AM) is crucial in reducing the weight of aircraft, leading to significant savings in operational costs and increased fuel efficiency.

This is why, as an expert one-stop-shop specialized in Additive Manufacturing (AM) using WAAM and L-DED as core technologies in our manufacturing process, it’s a pleasure for us at FasTech to be exhibiting at the world’s largest and most important aerospace event, The Paris Air Show 2023 next June 19th-25th.

This 54th edition is set to bring together over 2000 exhibitors and 100,000 trade visitors in the industry. It presents a unique opportunity to meet with key players, showcase ingenious innovations to the world, create technological and industrial partnerships, and explore promising commercial prospects.

If you’re planning to attend the show, visit our Booth D162 in Hall 3 at the Virginia Economical Development Stand. Our additive manufacturing pros are available to answer your inquiries.

For more information about FasTech, visit our website at www.fastech-engineering.com.

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The FasTech Team.

The economy in Danville, VA is about to get a boost in the form of a new manufacturing center. The Center for Manufacturing Advancement (CMA) represents a $28.8 million investment in the Danville area and will be home to the Navy’s new Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence (CoE). This is great news for the city and its residents!
Governor Glenn Youngkin was in Danville to celebrate the ribbon cutting.

“When we are thinking about the future of our own national security, we have to have these capabilities to make sure that these supply chains are here in the US and that we can protect and advance them and all of that comes together around this particular initiative,” said Youngkin about the new manufacturing facility.

What Is Additive Manufacturing?

Additive manufacturing is a process of making three-dimensional objects from a digital file. It involves building up an object by depositing material one layer at a time. This is in contrast to traditional subtractive manufacturing methods, such as final machining of castings or forgings, where material is removed from a workpiece to create the desired shape.

The Navy’s New Center of Excellence

The Navy’s new additive manufacturing CoE will be located within Danville’s CMA on the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research campus. The purpose of the CoE is to help the Navy keep pace with rapidly changing technologies.

Additive Manufacturing has many benefits, but there are a few that are particularly well-suited for the needs of the Navy. First, AM can be used to create complex parts and shapes that would be difficult or impossible to make using traditional methods. This gives the Navy more flexibility when it comes to designing and procurement of parts for their fleet. Finally, because AM produces less waste material, it is more environmentally friendly than traditional manufacturing methods.

We are excited to leverage our new Center for Manufacturing Advancement and work with the Navy and other partners,” said Telly Tucker, President, IALR. “ATDM is one of the strongest examples of what full integration of industry in the training process looks like, by bringing key partners together to be vested in the time-to-talent process and ensuring the unique requirements of shipbuilders and suppliers are achieved quickly to meet the demands of our nation’s defences.”

The announcement of the Navy’s new additive manufacturing center is great news for Danville and its residents. This type of investment will help create jobs and grow the local economy. In addition, it will also help raise awareness about additive manufacturing and its potential applications. We are excited to see what this new initiative will achieve!

FasTech LLC changing the Manufacturing Game

If you’re in the business of manufacturing parts, then you know that to succeed you need both quality and speed. The faster you can get your product to market without complications, the better. That’s where FasTech comes in. The leading company based in Danville, VA. specializes in rapid machining and additive 3D metal printing of BIG components, which means they can produce customers parts up to ten times faster than traditional additive manufacturing methods. Plus, their state-of-the-art equipment and skilled team of engineers mean that clients are getting the best possible product at the best possible price. FasTech LLC is all about changing the manufacturing game and they are excited to be part of this amazing project in collaboration with Austal USA and the Navy.

“Danville was chosen as the site for their facility due to its proximity to major universities like Virginia Tech and the University of Virginia, which both boast strong research and development programs. In addition, Danville is within a two-hour drive of nearly 80% of the U.S. population, making it an ideal location for distribution”, said Alan Pearce, Chief Executive Office at FasTech LLC.

The Navy is always looking for ways to stay ahead of the curve, and its Additive Manufacturing AM CoE reflects just that.

“FasTech LLC is proud to be a part of such a significant project and grateful to be supported by such great leadership from both Austal USA and the Navy. We are 100% committed to supporting our Navy and meet their strategic goals by driving AM forward. We are excited to see what the future holds for additive manufacturing and our team is working hard on developing new technologies and manufacturing processes that will push the boundaries of what’s possible within the industry. With our expertise, we are confident that we will be a key contributor to make the AM CoE a success,” said Richie Barker, Chief Operating Officer at FasTech LLC, while pointing at the 3D Printed Prototype they have developed together.

 

Fastech is delighted to be exhibiting at this year’s International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS 2022) – the 33rd edition of this prestigious event, which will be held in Chicago on 12th-17th September 2022.

This year’s show is expected to attract nearly 130,00 visitors, involved in all aspects of manufacturing including C-suite executives, engineers, floor managers and machine operators. There will also be 2,400 exhibitors, from around the world, showcasing the latest equipment, products and software. Running alongside the show will be the IMTS 2022 Conference. Conference attendees will be able to update their knowledge, with a world class roster of speakers presenting on a range of cutting-edge themes including process innovations, alternative processes including additive and 3D printing, plant operations, quality and metrology and systems integration.

‘We are thrilled to be exhibiting at IMTS 2022,” says Alan Pearce CEO of FasTech LLC. “At FasTech, we offer a complete range of services including 3D metal printing, 5 & 3 Axis post machining and reverse engineering. Of particular interest to IMTS 2022 visitors, might be our 3D metal printing capability using our GEFERTEC 3DMP®arc605 equipment. With these machines, we can manufacture extremely large parts to very tight deadlines, often up to ten times faster than conventional additive manufacturing methods. For many industries such as the aerospace, power generation, defense and medical sectors, our ability to deliver big parts, fast is an important factor.”

If you plan to visit IMTS 2022, please drop by Booth 433118, to meet the FasTech team – we would love to see you.

In the meantime, to find out more about our range of services, please do get in touch with us at FasTech. We would be very pleased to hear from you.

FasTech LLC is delighted to now be a member of the Additive Manufacturing Consortium (AMC). Founded in 2010, by EWI, the consortium brings together more than 50 members worldwide with the goal of accelerating the manufacturing readiness of metal additive manufacturing technology. 

AMC members are drawn from global industry, including aerospace and heavy equipment manufacturers, research and development organisations, government agencies and academia and provides an important forum for collaboration, pre-competitive research projects, partnerships on government funding opportunities and high-quality networking within the industry. 

A large proportion of AMC’s income is invested in research initiatives with current 2022 projects including the continued assessment of additive manufacturing technologies, low angle printing without supports and the optimization of process parameters for thin wall structures. 

“We are extremely proud to be a member of the Additive Manufacturing Consortium,” explains Alan Pearce, CEO of FasTech. “As a US-based middle market metal additive manufacturing company, our sector experience should provide some useful insights to other members at the quarterly meetings and help shape the technical research projects undertaken going forward. With this in mind, we are particularly pleased to be joining the Summer Meeting in Buffalo on the 3rd and 4th August and having the opportunity to present on “3D Metal Printing Applications When using Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) Technology”. Our presentation will highlight some of FasTech’s recent experiences plus provide a number of practical case studies on reverse engineering, 3D metal printing and post machining operations when using WAAM as the foundational printing technology.”

Find out more:
Additive Manufacturing Consortium operated by EWI 
The advantages of Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) Technology
Problems that critical industries can solve with WAAM

If you would like to find out more about Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM), please do get in touch with the FasTech team. We would be very pleased to hear from you.

FasTech has announced that it is now a US distributor for the Scantech range of 3D scanners. These state-of-the-art scanners can rapidly create precise 3D models, ideal for use in the aerospace, automotive, defense, energy and transport sectors.

Scantech 3D scanners can be used for a variety of applications including product development, reverse engineering, first article inspection (FAI), quality control and repair and maintenance. The handheld portable scanners can measure and scan large or awkward shapes in narrow difficult to reach spaces or under large objects, automatically transforming the 3D scan data into accurate 3D models. The range offers accuracy levels of 0.100 mm up to 0.025 mm, with scanning speeds of 1,350,000 measurements per second to 2,020,000 measurements per second with resolution levels of 0.10 mm achieved.

FasTech will be distributing four of the Scantech product ranges in the US:-

Composite 3D scanners – KSCAN-Magic series
The KSCAN-Magic series, the first 3D scanner to combine infrared and blue lasers into a single instrument, has unparalleled scanning speed, accuracy, detail, scanning area and depth of field. The KSCAN offers Metrology-grade NDT Measuring. It has a scanning accuracy of 0.020 mm and 0.03 mm/m of volume accuracy which provides the ultra-high precision non-destructive testing (NDT) levels required by sectors such as the aerospace industry.

Hand-sized 3D scanners – SIMSCAN 3D Scanner
Weighing in at just 570 g, the handheld SIMSCAN 3D scanner is ideal for scanning in awkward and difficult to reach places. With its metrology-grade measurement system, the SIMSCAN 3D scanner can be used in narrow, awkward spaces or under large objects, to provide high quality 3D scans. The scanner is extremely robust, produced in aerospace-grade materials to ensure its extreme durability.

Tracking 3D scanners – TrackScan-P Series 3D System
Ultra-high precision dynamic 3D measurement, without requiring markers, the TrackScan-P has accuracy levels of up to 0.025 mm with a resolution of 0.020mm and can be used in quality control, product development and reverse engineering. With its powerful anti-interference capability which overrides thermal, vibration and environmental variations, the scanner can easily capture 3D data from shiny or black surfaces.

Color 3D scanners – iReal 2E 3D scanner
The iReal 2E color 3D scanner is specially designed for medium to large- sized objects and human body 3D scanning. The scanner uses infrared VCSEL structured light technology for a safe, comfortable 3D scanning experience.

“We are delighted to become distributors for ScanTech 3D scanners,” said Alan Pearce, CEO of FasTech LLC. “We have already been using the scanners for some time in our own manufacturing operations, which puts us in a great position to see their applications across a broad range of industrial sectors.”

If you would like to find out more about Scantech 3D scanners, please get in touch with the FasTech team. We would be delighted to discuss which of the range is best for your requirements.

For further information
Find out more about the Scantech range of 3D scanners for fast, accurate 3D models
Find out more about the KSCAN-Magic series
Find out more about SIMSCAN 3D Scanners
Find out more about the TrackScan-P Series
Find out more about the iReal 2E 3D scanner