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News, Tips & Tricks about 3D technologies

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How Hyundai North America uses Creaform’s 3D scanners for product development and design

How Hyundai Design North America uses HandySCAN 3D for improving real-time design workflows Opened in January 2003 and located in Irvine, California, Hyundai Design North America’s design and technical center…

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How to improve the production efficiency of automotive sheet metal parts manufacturing

Nanjing Xingqiao WeitechAuto Parts Co. Ltd. specializes in the design and manufacturing of automotive chassis assemblies and body parts. It is a company that integrates design, development, and manufacturing. Before finding Creaform, their quality control department faced different challenges in manufacturing.

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3D scanning of a suction pipe in a hydropower plant

SCAN IT 3D GmbH a Swiss 3D measurement service provider, was commissioned to determine the geometry of a suction pipe of a hydroelectric power plant using 3D scanning technology. In order to prepare for the inspection project and evaluate the equipment required, the client provided material images in advance.

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From Scan to Reverse Engineering: 3D Scanner Guarantees Seamless Process

The ability to quickly achieve accurate dimensioning of components of any shape and size with a 3D scanner was for AADS a key factor to choose a Creaform scanner.

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Plastic blow molding company reduces process time by 50% with 3D scanning

With the handheld HandySCAN 3D scanner from Creaform, Blowtech can quickly carry out inspections and measurements of its plastic molded parts in various places.

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3D scanner expands quality assurance services

Rohde & Schwarz uses the HandySCAN 3D for quality control, measuring vehicle interiors, inspecting free-form surfaces, and additive manufacturing processes

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Using 3D scanning to improve the quality of sheet metal molds

Traditional automobile manufacturing processes can be complicated, including the four major processes of stamping, welding, painting and final assembly. With constant design innovations and iterations automobile industry, mold tolerance levels are becoming more and more stringent for manufacturers.

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Innovative 3D scanners for a competitive edge in automotive design

Automotive manufacturers and suppliers around the world have used portable 3D scanning systems for product development, vehicle design and quality assurance. Everything from individual components to complete vehicles can be measured.

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The Reasons Driving Manufacturers to Automation

With automation, you can find defects earlier, limit human error, list fewer scrap parts, record less waste, and resort to minimal rework to improve your bottom line

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3D Scanner Helps to Develop Stylish Classic Furniture

Angelo Cappellini, producer of essential and timeless furniture, relies on Go!SCAN 3D when it comes to developing exclusive furniture drawings.

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