Glove Systems joins the point3D Partner Network
‘First Time Right’ Quality Control
Every successful business understands the need to evolve and implement new technologies. For example, the construction and infrastructure industries have eagerly adopted the benefits of prefabrication, introducing several challenges for fabricators and manufacturers. At point3D, we pride ourselves on finding the latest cutting-edge solutions for clients throughout various industries. Our team of dedicated professionals ensures clients transition smoothly to the most recent platform for project success and business growth.
Our newest product partner has developed the most advanced 3D Fabrication Control Platform explicitly designed for the fabrication and construction industries:
Glove Fit is a rapid and accurate, measurement and comparison tool created to manage risk, improve quality and enhance productivity. This cloud-based software solution goes beyond the limitations of conventional measurement tools allowing fabricators and project owners to detect and visualize deviations from the design in full 3D. As a result, users can prevent construction disputes by catching mistakes before they become costly.
Fast and easy to integrate into existing work processes, the Glove Systems platform can perform highly detailed measurements producing a dimensionally accurate 3D Digital Twin of the as-built assembly. Thus, reducing rework costs and project risk by enabling remote inspection and validation, improving supply chain visibility, and eliminating the need for on-site physical inspection.
Glove Fit can Integrate 3D images, photographs, reports, and emails to collaborate virtually with clients and the project team on design and delivery. In addition, users can compare components against a library of thousands of 3D models of standard parts, quickly rejecting non-conforming components.
Tags: AEC, digitaltwin, Fabrication, GloveSys, laserscanning, manufacturing, point3D, technology
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This post was written by Ross Semplice