At Rapid3D we strive to offer the utmost in customer service and support. We are very lucky to have many good customers that we work with who have purchased equipment and software from us or whom rely on us to help them with scanning, modelling or inspection projects. As we continue to grow our company our goal is to offer the best customer support and service in the industry while expanding our product and service offerings.
If you are interested in having an onsite demo done of any of our equipment or software or if you have a project in mind and would like us to look at what it would take to complete the project don’t hesitate to give us a call, we look forward to working with you.
We are very happy to announce that we have a new applications engineer on board at Rapid3D. Josh Hines has joined the team and brings his vast manufacturing experience as a Mechanical Engineer to our team in a lead role and partner. We hope many of you will get the opportunity to meet with or work with Josh and his team in the near future.
Project Spotlight: Badland Buggy
Badland Buggy of Leduc, Alberta, an off road vehicle design company, partnered with TMD Custom Fab Inc of Edmonton, Alberta, are prototyping a new single seat 180hp Hayabusa powered sand rail design named ?MEGALODON?. MEGALODON features design innovations such as a completely modular bolt-on front suspension/steering system & modular bolt-on rear drive system including coil-over shocks, CV joints, full disc brakes & an optional high performance reverse gear box with a differential. Badland Buggy would like to thank our sponsors on Project: MEGALODON including Rapid3D, Karma Machining & Manufacturing Ltd, Radflo Suspension Technology, sandparts.com (Owner: Anthony Widdle).
Badland Buggy commissioned Rapid3D to scan & create 3D CAD models of a Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa motorcycle engine as well as a Corbeau FX1 Pro Racing Seat. The Rapid3D CAD models created for Badland Buggy are used to design highly accurate engine mounts, custom exhausts, firewall clearances & shifter linkages.
Badland Buggy?s owner, Bruce Hodder, a Certified Engineering Technologist by trade, began designing off road vehicles in 2001. His company has since sold over 5000+ DIY vehicle construction plans in over 100 countries worldwide. Badland Buggy has become one of the most recognized names online in the DIY mini buggy industry.
Badland Buggy is heading to SEMA 2011 (Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association) in Las Vegas on Nov 1-4 to attend this years? largest automotive aftermarket trade show in the world with the intention of debuting Project: MEGALODON at SEMA 2012.