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Creaform’s Blog – News, Tips & Tricks about 3D technologies

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Scanning Large Parts in High Resolution

Scanning large parts in high resolution with the Handyscan 3D.

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3D is Always Better in Color!

The VIUscan: what a great tool! Since the beginning of Creaform, it is the product that has created the most enthusiasm among people, at least the non-3D guys. People that…

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A Long Range Coincidence… or is it?

For this time, I’d like to go with a personal experience. I’m just back from Dassault Systemes Consumer Conference in Orlando, FL (DSCC 2009) followed by the VAR Symposium and…

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Let me be a 3D fashion victim!

Why should I refrain from writing about 3D technology? Well…maybe because I’m no engineer nor technician?…But see, over the 3½ years that I’ve been working at Creaform, the marketing gal…

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Scanning Big in the South Pacific

I just completed what is probably my largest benchmark project so far. I had to fly “down” to the South Pacific where I met up with Ricardo Mauer from Metronom…

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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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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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