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

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London’s Natural History Museum: A Blue Whale 3D Scanning Project

When Dippy was unveiled at London’s Natural History Museum in 1905, it was an instant sensation. Being one of the main attractions for 112 years, the Diplodocus skeleton has become…

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A vintage Ferrari participates at the Monaco Grand Prix thanks to the HandySCAN 3D

When NT CADCAM told us a 1952 Ferrari had been reverse engineered because its engine had fallen to pieces and that they only had 8 weeks to get it running…

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Tuning Industry: Creaform Creates a Brand New Market Opportunity

It’s a well-known fact that in Australia, like in England, people drive on the left side of the road, therefore the cars are configured to be driven right sided. While…

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Improving the quality of agricultural cabs using the HandyPROBE portable coordinate measuring machine

What happens when traditional measuring arms no longer fit the bill when it comes to 3D measurement accuracy and flexibility in production environments? That is exactly what happened to Agrikon KAM…

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Global Formula Racing: When Students from Two Countries Collaborate, Great Things Happen!

Obviously, we love all of the student teams and projects that we select to be part of our Creaform Student Project Sponsorship Program… But we have to admit that some…

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3D scanning in the workshop with HandySCAN 3D

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SCOTT Sports and Creaform: Achieving the next level in skiing safety with 3D scanning

Learn how Swiss sporting goods manufacturer, SCOTT Sports, integrated the HandySCAN 3D in the development of its new Symbol 2 Plus D helmet. #NOSHORTCUTS

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Under pressure? Discover where to save time and money in quality control

What is expensive in quality control? What is costly to purchase, operate, and maintain? What requires skilled and experienced operators? Answer: Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) This article illustrates the costs and time required to…

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A glimpse into the future of metrology

Metrology will be an integral part of the manufacturing process. More efficient metrology tools will be used for inspections that will not only be limited to critical features, but will encompass…

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Galileo looking to the universe with his telescope

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The history of metrology from Galileo to optical systems

Metrology originates from antiquity. The first forms of measurements were established to facilitate commerce and record human activity. Time, weight and length were the first standards formulated. Over the course…

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Artifact pots display at the National Museum of the Philippines in Manilla

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On the importance of Precision and Resolution for Academics and Museology

How important is the resolution of your 3D scanner? While the industrial world obviously also requires great accuracy and resolution, this need becomes paramount when it comes to applications related…

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