3D Scanning, 3D Printing.
Thanks for stopping by the new Quod website, we hope you’ll be excited by what you see. As one of the leading specialists in 3D scanning and visualisation, we work with people from an exceptionally wide range of sectors that includes heritage, fashion, film, art and architecture. We also work closely with many museums.
At Quod, we have one of the largest ranges of 3D scanners available; we can scan small, high-resolution objects such as jewellery, we can scan people, and we can even scan buildings. We can also produce highly accurate 3D models in full colour from your captured data. Our unique capabilities also allow us to capture your museum, architectural piece, product – even yourself – in high resolution, then publish the 3D file to your website in full rotational web format using normal HTML or WebGL technology. This publishing feature works within your web browser without the need for additional plug-ins, and allows your ‘virtual gallery’ to be seen on any computer screen throughout the world. With over 20 years’ experience, we offer the complete solution to reproduce any object in 3D.
Our sister company, www.europac3d.com, are resellers for most of the major 3D scanning and 3D printing brands including the 3DSystems range of ceramic, plastic and wax 3D printers, Artec 3D scanners, and many more companies supplying professional-level 3D equipment.
Below are a selection of some of our most viewed videos which explain the 3D scanning and printing processes.
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We scan lots of people in 3D from all walks of life and with our team of talented >
Our sister company, Europac3D, were invited to demonstrate 3D scanning equipment at the British Geological Survey in Nottingham >
In 2013, during the digging of foundations for a new boutique hotel in the Minories near the Tower >
This second scan of Roo shows how we scanned the whole scene, including the suitcase, to capture all >
When we scan people in 3D, the end product is usually a 3D print, but it is sometimes >
The Royal College of Art asked Quod to scan the bust of Sir John Soane which sits in >
Petr Weigl is a UK-based contemporary artist who has established a global reputation in the art world for >
Quod were invited by clothing retailer George, a major sponsor of this year's show, to 3D scan and >
Ogilvy Public Relations, a division of global advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather, asked Quod to create 3D printed figurines >
We are renowned for creating perfect replicas of people at small sizes by using the skills perfected over >
A client recently asked us to scan a sports shoe in order to recreate it as a fully >
Many people ask us about the limitations of 3D printing and in particular about size, accuracy, speed, materials >
At the 3D Printshow in London we were paid a surprise visit by Krishnan Guru-Murthy from the Channel >
We recently scanned the much-respected graffiti artist Nick Walker in the apt surroundings of a soon to be >
We scanned Tash recently as part of our Instagram project with Ogilvy Public Relations advertising agency. The 3D >
The Royal College of Art and Sir John Soane's Museum in London are collaborating with Quod on a >
Quod was tasked with 3D scanning the iconic Epsom Derby Trophy, famous throughout the racing world as one >
On a cold December day just before Christmas 2013, we 3D scanned some coloured fragments of statues in >
Quod were asked by the 3DPrintshow to design and produce 18 awards for their evening awards ceremony held >
We were asked by a global drinks company to help reproduce an old wooden advertising statue of the >
Shoe giant Clarks commissioned Quod to help archive their footwear heritage by 3D scanning past designs. This archives >
In Summer 2013 we scanned Holly in 3D and filmed the process of the scanning itself and how >
David Goode is a renowned British sculptor who initially trained at The Sir Henry Doulton School of Sculpture >
We did an experiment recently to scan a model in various poses with objects included in the scan >
The sad tale of Hedd Wyn, winner of the 1917 Eisteddfod poetry competition and Bardic Chair, is enshrined >
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