Experience & Expertise

An organization, they say, is only as good as its people. When you choose Dimensional Engineering, you can feel confident you are working with the most creative, innovative, and dedicated professionals in the field of 3D digital capture, engineering and analysis.

Engineering teams from many fields – aircraft and aerospace, automotive, defense, energy, off-highway equipment, commercial trucks, and more – increasingly view us as the industry benchmark. Clients have especially come to appreciate our people’s “passion for precision” in the areas of reverse engineering, quality inspection, Virtual Build & BoltTM, high-accuracy field machining, root cause analysis, design validation and certification, digital archiving, legacy tool preservation, and training in 3D laser scanning. Learn more:

  • Meet Our Team
    Get the backgrounds and perspectives of the industry pioneers and leaders who make up the Dimensional Engineering team.
  • Our Strategic Partners
    Another measure of how Dimensional Engineering delivers superior value: the high quality of the company we keep.
  • Industry Associations
    Dimensional Engineering keeps up with evolving technology and methods through our involvement in these professional groups


Our Technology Toolbox

Whatever tools it takes, we will expertly apply them to help you meet your critical design and production engineering needs. Dimensional Engineering’s solution partners include FARO Technologies and InnovMetric Software – providers of best-in-class hardware and software to complement our own specialized services.

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Featured Project

Retrofit Defense Flare System to Aircraft

This project entailed scanning an aircraft from the wings trailing edge to tail cone and from the forward hatch to the nose cone.

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