We offer a variety of different services in digital 3D-design. Our knowledge ranges from CAD, 3D-scanning, 3D-printing, CNC-milling to 3D-visualization. Since Rosengren Foundry is our core business, we are also able to offer a final product in primarily bronze and aluminum.
When it comes to CAD (Computer-Aided Design) applications we use Rhinoceros, but we also work with various mesh-based software. If you do not master CAD yourself, we are able to help you with your design.
When 3D-scanning we use a couple of different scanning methods depending on the shape, size and complexity of the object.
The methods we use are photogrammetry, laser scanning, needle scanning, and structured light scanning.
Metal casting is the core business for Rosengrens. We are also working with 3D-design, which is an extension of the foundry business, partly to simplify the manufacturing process of models but also to refine certain elements of the casting.
From 3D-scanning to final result.
We were commissioned to produce a 2 meter tall woman for the annual exhibition Årsrika. We found a model that was willing to be 3D-scanned. Then we created a 3D-visualization for the clients to approve before 3D-printing a plastic model. Mounting, retouching and painting then followed to finish the project.