The complete solution for 3D reverse engineering compatible with any 3D Scanner exporting STL meshes or PTX point clouds.

Hybrid parametric modelling for both organic and prismatic shapes.

Export data in standard IGES or STEP file formats or build fully parametric history tree directly into SOLIDWORKS.
Free form organic modelling software compatible with any 3D Scanner exporting STL meshes.

Automatic or manual surfacing of complex shapes.

Exporting the results into standard IGES or STEP file formats or quad mesh as OBJ.
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Free Form


Import STL, OBJ or PTX file formats
Polygon reduction
Mesh segmentation
Manual mesh alignment in space
Free form Organic modelling
Symmetry based free form modelling
Snap to Mesh Technology
Real-time tolerancing for free form modelling
Manipulator (gumball) based modelling
Surface quality analysis
3D Sketch
Fit Surface
Wrap Surfacing
Automatic Surfacing
Export in IGES or STEP file format

Primitive best fit extraction
Constrained best fit
Relations between extracted primitives
Quick alignment based on extracted primitive (datum) prioritisation
2D sketching with toleranced control
Constraints and dimensions in 2D Sketch
Revolved and Extruded surfaces
History based parametric modelling
Linear, Circular and Mirror Patterns
Trimming, Chamfer and Filleting
Solids Boolean operations
Draft Angle analysis

Minimum requirements
Laptop or PC with WIndows 10 (64 Bit version)
CPU: Intel i5 or higher (or its equivalent of another CPU manufacturer)
HDD: 256 GB
Graphics card: dedicated graphics card - nVidia or AMD
Recommended: connected to internet to allow automatic newer version detection (not mandatory)


We don’t compare our solution to other packages, but we simply highlight some of the features that make QUICKSURFACE different:
  • Interactive selection by the user instead of automatic segmentation on reference mesh;
  • Constrained best fit (for example the ability to constrain the direction of the cylinder to be parallel to an axis, while still getting the best fit to the points);
  • Relations between extracted primitives – parallelism, perpendicularity, coincidence, offset;
  • Quick alignment based on extracted primitive (datum) prioritization;
  • Mirrored point display to check symmetry of the aligned scan object;
  • Realtime deviation colour map in 2D Sketch mode;
  • Proprietary snap-to-mesh technology for free form modelling;
  • Manipulator based accurate modification of the free form surfaces;
  • The ability to modify the automatic surface, if the design intent requires it;
  • QUICKSURFACE Free Form is not only exact surfacing, the user can manually adjust the resolution and position of control points to avoid mapping of the surface to the reference mesh which may have outliers and noise;
  • Realtime deviation in Free Form, helping to create lighter surfaces with less control points;
  • Control of patch size, and thus resolution on the final Free Form surface;
  • Parametric hybrid modelling - starting with free form and basic primitives, the user can build a complex CAD model by trimming them and can later change the surfaces based on the design intent;
  • QSConnect module for SOLIDWORKS never ends with “Transfer failed”. The software guides the user to create an error-free model in SOLIDWORKS;
  • QUICKSURFACE has neither hardware integration with scanners nor mesh processing tools which the modern 3D scanners provide. As a result of this, the user does not have to pay extra for tools already included in the 3D scanners' software;
  • An affordable price for faster return on investment

 Finally, it is in your hands - The User. Try it yourself. If you want to compare with another solution - the best would be a “speed test”, where the same part is reverse engineered in both QUICKSURFACE and another package to see the time variation. While this may be subjective, we believe the simplicity of QUICKSURFACE will make for a much faster design process on most parts.

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