As well as capturing data, CUB3D also provide in-house CAD modelling and design services from basic to more complex input that can mesh seamlessly into our data acquisition. Our ability to incorporate 3D modelling services allows us to accurately replicate items, assets, buildings and sites for use in design, restoration and renovation which in turn enables us to provide a bespoke service designed around our client’s specific requirements.
Using Computer Aided Design alongside Digital Scanning and Photogrammetry opens a realm of possibilities that would have been either too costly or too convoluted to employ when using the more traditional methods of recording and utilising this type of information. Modelling also aids conceptual studies and when combined with our pointclouds, it allows proposed project elements to be seen in-situ. This allows initial constraints to be checked and design changes to take place prior to taking possession of the asset, both reducing potential expenditure beyond budget and extension to project timelines.
Using the latest in digital technologies and design software we can achieve seemingly complex outputs, that aid both the conceptual and feasibility study of your project. Using 3D model animation, we can prove any outcome required and allow modifications to be made to existing elements or alternatively to the new assets prior to their arrival on site. This process allows our clients to highlight potential clashes, instigate redesign of elements prior to taking stock of the asset and ensure a seamless installation. This process pre-empts potential issues, removing the requirement for costly onsite modifications.
With the advancement of technology, useful and increasingly versatile outputs are cost comparative and relatively easy to attain. Modelling animation gives total piece of mind and is instrumental in the avoidance of reactive works that cost both time and money.
Fly throughs and walk throughs are also a powerful tool in gaining approval for proposed projects and reviewing the proposed design in an as-built format.