The workshop is equipped with a 3D Laser Scanner to reproduce the exact three dimensional shape of models and originals. Once data has been captured, it is processed with specific cad-cam software, with tool path generation for reproduction.

This technology is extensively used for architectural conservation work where the reproduction of all elements must of necessity coincide with the original.

3D scanning software can provide enlargements and reductions of the element from the original. This also allows the use of reduced scale models in order to create the element to the required size. After rough-shaping, all works are finished rigorously by hand by highly qualified workers from specialized schools.