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An exhibit at an open-air museum in Luxembourg, where Artec 3D scanners are manufactured, this part of a mining machine was scanned with the tetherless Artec Leo in a matter of 10 minutes. Scanned under direct sunlight, the object did not need coating with matting spray. Nor did it need to be dotted with targets to ensure stable tracking during scanning. The handheld Artec Leo effortlessly picked up the thin metal bars and spokes of handwheels, the repetitive geometry of gears and threaded stems, as well as all kinds of small fittings such as nuts, bolts, and hose clamps. Zoom in on the 3D model to see for yourself that all of the challenging surfaces have been faithfully reconstructed in 3D. At industrial manufacturing facilities, such quality 3D data can be used for a range of purposes: from reverse engineering complex objects and systems to inspecting mass-produced items and assessing the wear and tear of mechanical parts.