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To see how scanning can help you address the unique productivity concerns you may have within your organization, it’s helpful to first understand the basics of 3D laser scanning. Let’s take a look!
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3D laser scanning is no longer just a “nice to have” tool. As construction companies see the benefits of scanning, they’re finding more ways to ways to incorporate scanning their construction workflow