This article deals with the control of the geometry of manufactured tools. The geometry of the cutting tool has a great influence on the machining process. One of the processes of manufacturing cutting tools is grinding. Grinding cutting tools is a complex process after which it is necessary to check the geometry of the tools. Five solid drilling tools were manufactured for the experiment. The measured parameters were tool diameter, helix angle, point angle, rake angle, relief angle and core diameter of the cutting tools. The geometry of the cutting tools was measured on a non-contact structured 3D scanner ATOS Triple Scan light. The measurement results were evaluated using GOM software. The scanning results were compared with the geometry measurement on an optical measuring device Zoller Genius 3s. It has been found that the use of a non-contact structured 3D scanner is suitable for checking the geometry of cutting tools. Furthermore, the article deals with the roughness arising when grinding a sintered carbide flute.