Shining 3D Partners with Geomagic to Release 3D Scanning Reverse Engineering Solution

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Top Chinese 3D printing and digitizing company Shining 3D is well known for its wide range of technology – the company recently announced a software update, and introduced its handheld EinScan-Pro+ 3D scanner at CES 2017, a year after debuting its predecessor, the EinScan-Pro, at the 2016 event. Shining 3D, which was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Hangzhou, is partnering with 3D Systems’ Geomagic Solutions 3D software to release a full reverse engineering solution together.

In a campaign that starts this week and runs all the way through December 31st, 2017, this new solution will be offered at a promotional price in the form of an EinScan and Geomagic software bundle. It will give users of the EinScan 3D scanners easy, affordable access to advanced reverse engineering 3D software.

Oscar Meza, left, at CES 2017 [Photo: Sarah Goehrke for 3DPrint.com]

“By closely engaging with our customers, SHINING 3D understands their demands for a reliable and complete reverse engineering solution, while maintaining an affordable price,” said Oscar Meza, VP of global sales at Shining 3D. “Since our goal is to offer affordable 3D digital solution for more people, SHINING 3D is offering a full reverse engineering solution, which combines leading edge tools at a reasonable price aimed to meet all the needs in reverse engineering applications.”

With this new software bundle, which includes options like Geomagic Wrap and Geomagic for SOLIDWORKS, customers will be able to receive a combined 20% discount off list prices for Geomagic software and EinScan handheld scanners in a total reverse engineering solution.

The versatile EinScan-Pro offers accuracy and portability with its four different scanning modes, and was designed to work in applications in multiple fields, such as education, consumer, engineering, and commercial manufacturing. It weighs 0.8 kg, and is compatible with most third party hardware and software.

The EinScan-Pro+ is a high-performance, professional grade 3D scanner. It is highly accurate, even when working with fine objects, industrial parts, and large objects that don’t have many geometrical characteristics. The scanning speed is 550,000 points per second, and it also offers a wide scanning range and an enhanced handheld HD scanning mode.

[Image: Artisans du Passages]

Geomagic software solutions can shorten product design time-to-market and increase the quality of manufactured products. It offers multiple scanning software products, including Geomagic Wrap and Geomagic for SOLIDWORKS.

People are able to easily reverse engineer “perfect 3D models” for everything from art to engineering and manufacturing using scan data, 3D files, and Geomagic Wrap. It’s a powerful toolbox that turns imported files and 3D scan data into 3D models that can immediately be used. It includes Geomagic’s advanced Exact Surfacing tools, and allows users to transfer everything from probe data and imported 3D formats to point cloud data into 3D polygon meshes.

The latest version of the Geomagic for SOLIDWORKS software toolset has the most recent and efficient tools, which help to streamline the entire reverse engineering process. It has access to the top point cloud processing tools, and users can easily import the scan data from either EinScan 3D scanner and have a solid model in minutes.

Users can get the promotion when purchasing either the EinScan-Pro or EinScan-Pro+ from Shining 3D together with the Geomagic software – it is actually a 10% discount off the original price of the scanner, combined with another 10% discount off the original software price.

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