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News, Tips & Tricks about 3D technologies

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3D Scanning Supercharges the Design and Development of Supersports Car, GTA Spano

Spania GTA is on a mission to build a limited-production supersports, the Spania GTA Spano, with unmatched handling, advanced technology and innovative aesthetics.

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Precision work for aircraft engine manufacturers

SkinPack uses the HandySCAN BLACK scanner and VXelements software to manufacture custom trays for the transportation and assembly of aircraft engine parts.

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3D scanning and sailing heritage: Restoring two shipwrecks in Croatia

ViaKornel is a Croatian-based team of engineers and 3D modelling specialists that have spent years documenting, carrying out 3D visualizations and participating in historical reconstructions of many different types of artefacts and vessels.

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Go!SCAN SPARK helps BBI Autosport race to the clouds in a bid to win 2021 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

BBI Autosport recently took on the development of three Porsche race cars for the 99th Pikes Peak International Hillclimb, fondly known as the “Race to the Clouds” and one of the most reputed and arduous car racing events in the world.

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Using 3D scanning to detect auto part thermal deformations

Recently, Changchun Faurecia Xuyang Automotive Parts Technology R&D Co. was looking for an alternative to its conventional coordinate measurement machine (CMM) to acquire comprehensive thermal deformation data on auto parts.

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Inspection of Forged Components for Shape and Dimensional Accuracy

The Wilhelm Schulte-Wiese Gesenkschmiede GmbH & Co.KG (WSW) based in Plettenberg, has specialized in the production of drop forgings for more than 60 years and has been using Creaform’s HandySCAN 3D Scanner for quality control for some time.

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Behavioral measures for cable-driven parallel robots in the industrial environment

Recently, the Jules Verne Technological Research Institute (IRT) developed a new robot, belonging to the category of cable-driven parallel robots. The latter has been evaluated using Creaform technologies.

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How to Make Sure That Tools and Molds Build Perfect Parts

At the beginning of a manufacturing process, a mold, die, or jig is engineered according to the theoretical CAD model. The aim of this tooling, made precisely from the nominal model, is to produce parts that correspond to the technical requirements.

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Adequate corrosion assessment on gas distribution pipelines

All kind of pipelines have to be checked on a regular basis for corrosion and mechanical damages. These tasks are often performed by service providers such as the Irish company IPEC Inspection Ltd. which was founded in 1973.

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3 things to consider when purchasing metrology solutions to inspect large parts

Many manufacturers in the aerospace, transportation and power generation industry, such as Austrian manufacturer ANDRITZ, require carrying out quality control inspections on large parts that can measure anywhere from 2 to 10 metres—and even bigger.

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