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Case Studies


Updated: Mar 9, 2022

We created an immersive virtual touring experience for the auction of two factories.

At the height of the pandemic, NEPM Inc had two large printing factories that had gone into liquidation and were soon to be auctioned. However, due to the highly infectious and mortality rate of the COVID-19, potential buyers couldn't show up in person and tour them, despite having an auction date in place. That's when we stepped in.

NEMP Inc requested our 3D laser scanning services, and our team immediately went on-site and scanned both factories. We then created an immersive 360° view of the machines they were selling, allowing them to successfully hold their auction as planned. This made the event possible and revolutionized the way the company conducts business while eliminating travel expenses for prospective buyers.

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Updated: Mar 9, 2022

A racing yacht is equipped with new chafe covers to gear it up for frequent racing.

Stew, a boat owner who owns a powerful 180ft yacht, resolved to start racing more often in the summer of 2021. So, he handed over creating chafe protection patches to Alfresco Composites in Newport, RI.

However, he had one problem – finding an effective way of protecting the pristine wooden finish on his vessel. The last thing he wanted was to laminate the boat with wet resin to get a mold of the structure. So instead, he connected with us, and our team scanned all the necessary parts and molds for C.N.C. cutting. From there, Alfresco Composites took over and created perfectly fitting parts.

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Updated: Mar 9, 2022

A 200 ft motor yacht is fitted with a new torpedo bow to enhance efficiency.

In the winter of 2022, a 200 ft motor yacht was to have a new torpedo bow fitted to enhance its thrusting efficiency. However, the process posed a challenge – determining the cut-out dimensions for the bow shape. Traditionally, one would have to make gigs and frames for all 20 bulkheads the torpedo is welded to. So instead, we provided them with a simple and more cost-effective solution.

We used our tripod 3D laser scanner to scan the hull, reverse engineer the hull shape, and create a 3D model they could use to create C.N.C. templates. As a result, a tedious task that typically takes days to complete and requires lots of manpower was completed by one person within 6 hours.

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