When a Kort Propulsion needed assistance with 3D scanning, they turned to CJR to ensure it was right first time.
When a customer approached Kort Propulsion about their 26 metre fishing vessel, they wanted to know how they could improve performance and achieve the bollard pull they expected.
Kort identified a need to design and manufacture a new propeller nozzle but before it could be produced, they required a better understanding of the existing hull and propulsion set up. With this in mind, Kort contacted CJR to assist in producing an accurate 3D scan of the existing hull and all apendages.
CJR’s team travelled to the West Coast of Ireland, where the vessel was located, to perform the complete scan of the hull, direct from the dockside.
Completed in just a few hours, the scan enabled a detailed 3D model to be produced and delivered to Kort to enable it to manufacture the required hardware.
Dave Parsons, Managing Director for Kort Propulsion commented: “We have worked with CJR on a number of occasions and we have always been impressed with its team and the quality of work they’ve carried out. This project was no exception. CJR’s rep was able to get to the boat rapidly and because the entire 3D scanning process is mobile, the boat didn’t have to be moved, which again saved a significant amount of time and cost. The finished scan was exactly what we needed, detailed and highly accurate, and meant we had total confidence the solution would be right first time, which it was.”
“The finished scan was exactly what we needed, detailed and highly accurate, and meant we had total confidence the solution would be right first time, which it was.”