Wenzel produces a range of clay milling and styling studio equipment which offers a unique set of Styling Solutions for modelers in a variety of industries.

Solutions can be incorporated with measuring plates,  or with your existing studio floor for a clean, integrated turnkey solution.

The Wenzel Styling Solution allows for installation into your existing facility, with a minimum amount of intrusion and rework of your infrastructure.

Wenzel Solutions also combine all elements of design from Milling and Scribing, to Scanning, Reverse Engineering, and Measuring, into one complete solution.

The Styling Solutions portfolio sits alongside Wenzel’s wide range of equipment, which includes one of the largest ranges of CMM machines in the world, a 3d laser scanner, Shapetracer, a white light scanning head, Phoenix, an industrial CT Scanner range, exaCT, a full line of gear Inspection systems and a high-speed optical CMM range, CORE.

What does DesCAD 3D do?

It is the software that allows designers to measure, scribe, laser scan, drill, and write and execute milling programs on clay models in automotive design studios.

What is DesCAD 3D Scanning?

DesCAD3D software is  the heart of the Wenzel Design Studio Solution. DesCAD 3D scanning software is the pivotal part of the Wenzel Styling and Design Studio Solution. The other elements provided by Wenzel include a good value and appropriately modified horizontal arm coordinate measuring machine solution, Renishaw probe, scribing tools, Shapetracer laser line white light scanner and either fixed or 2-axis high-performance milling heads.

What is the whole Wenzel solution?

DesCAD 3D scanning software is the pivotal part of the Wenzel Styling and Design Studio Solution. The other elements provided by Wenzel include a good value and appropriately modified horizontal arm coordinate measuring machine solution, Renishaw probe, scribing tools, Shapetracer laser line white light scanner and either fixed or 2-axis high-performance milling heads.

What are some other Features/Benefits?

  • The designer can access all software features from a single, easy to use operator interface.
  • Import of CAD data in common formats
  • Measurement of geometric elements
  • Digitizing of surfaces, intersection lines and edges
  • Processing of digitized results – surfacing, mirroring and exporting in common formats
  • Creation or execution of milling programs, with off-line simulation and editing of milling programs.

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