For the talented men and women who call Salt Lake City-based Kindig-it Design their home away from home, getting the job done right means a high-octane 9 to 5, which mixes lifelong automotive passion with precision detail in equal measure.

That’s because in the business of custom car restoration and remodeling, every component of a car matters. And every customers’ dream for what they envision as the perfect vehicle — custom dash, custom mirrors, custom roof, custom engine, etc. — needs to be given serious thought before those hopes and desires can be brought to life. It’s what energetic company founder and CEO, Dave Kindig, might call a “bitchin’ ride,” borrowing from the namesake of his hit reality TV show Bitchin’ Rides, as seen on the MotorTrend television network.

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Recently, in an effort to accelerate their processes and drive new business opportunities, the company incorporated a Quantum Max FaroArm, a portable coordinate measuring machine, into their workflow. Read the full case study to find out how the Quantum Max scanarm and scanarm software helps classic car restoration companies like Kindig-It Design and automotive companies in general streamline workflows, while increasing accuracy and precision.

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