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September 2009

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A little 3D can go a long way

Adding a little 3D can add some stunning visual impact to a piece.

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Helmet

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Reverse Engineering and Design of a crash helmet

I worked on a project where the client asked for a CATIA V5 file to start up the production of his product – a crash helmet. I found this project…

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The Future of 3D Scanning

Together, let’s take a look at the worldwide situation: in a new economy based on knowledge, the survival of a company will more than ever rely on the ability of…

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Merging and aligning a scan in Geomagic Studio 11

In my duties as Product Specialist, I am part of the main entry point for customers with technical questions or problems. The Tips and tricks section aims to present questions…

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Scanning a supercar

Last week, I went, with 2 colleagues, to work on a scanning project of a concept car for a Canadian company named HTT. Their car, a hand-made and hand-assembled prototype,…

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Come wind or high tide… Daring to sail anyway!

In a difficult economic setting that is beginning to show positive signs, Creaform succeeded in reaching encouraging results for Q1 and Q2 (25% growth over 2008, compared to the competition’s…

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So we think we can blog…

Yep!  We do believe we can blog, and we most certainly believe that we can come up with great content that will arouse interest among all the Creaform Community –…

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