A series of photos are carefully taken, and then digitally processed, to accurately capture the rocks surface geometry. This type of 3D scanning is known as photogrammetry.
Computing tools are then used to sculpt these surface geometries into mountable climbing hold, without altering the holds original shape.
Advanced 3D-printers are first used to build accurate negative-moulds for the holds. Then conventional moulding and casting techniques are used to build the final holds, from high quality polyester or polyurethane.