D Business: Ford Using 3-D Scanning Technology To Transform Michigan Central Station

High-tech 3-D scanning is helping to expedite and ensure the historical accuracy of Ford Motor Co.’s reinvention of Michigan Central Station in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood.

As the work moves to the restoration of heavy masonry work, iconic building’s state of disrepair poses many challenges, but the use of 3-D scanning from Computer Aided Technology (CATI), based in metro Chicago with a facility in Pleasant Ridge, is helping.

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