Customized Prosthetics Shell by 3D Scanning and Printing
Reverse Designed Prosthetic Limbs by Using the EinScan 3D Scanners In the world of 3D scanning and 3D printing, reverse engineering is the most commonly used application across multiple industries….
What is Metrology Part 7: GOM
This is an overview of the organization GOM and what it does in terms of 3D technology as well as scanning. It has an interesting value proposition in the way it wants to position itself within the market.
What is Metrology Part 6: Perceptron
This is a brief summary on the company Perceptron. We will analyze the company in terms of its metrology products, but also look a little bit more indepthly to their 3D scanning.
What is Metrology Part 5: Creaform
This is a brief business summary of Creaform. They are a major private business that is doing important things for the metrology industry. They have been in the industry for so long, but there may be room for disruption.
What is Metrology Part 3: FARO
This is an article highlighting the organization FARO. FARO is a major organization within the metrology field and especially within the 3D metrology field.
What is Metrology?
3D Metrology What is 3D metrology? Metrology is the science of measurement. It establishes a common understanding of units, crucial in linking and understanding human activities. When we apply metrology…
Exploring the Future of 3D Technology & Virtual Reality in the Academic Library
Authors Zack Lischer-Katz, Kristina Golubiewski-Davis, Jennifer Grayburn, and Veronica Ikeshoji-Orlati discuss the future of 3D printing and virtual reality in libraries around the world, outlining their findings in ‘3D/VR in…
Artec 3D Announcing Release of Artec Studio 14; Enhancements Support All Artec Scanners
Artec 3D, headquartered in Luxembourg (with offices in Santa Clara, CA, and Moscow, Russia), has announced the release of Artec Studio 14, a new 3D scanning package that offers multiple…
Overcoming Daylight 3D Scanning Limitations with RealSense and Dot3D
When the Massachusetts Department of Transportation began an extensive rehabilitation of the historic Longfellow Bridge from Boston to Cambridge in 2012, Swedish multinational construction and development company Skanska began using…