January 23, 2013
PG&E is testing a new piece of equipment that looks at pipe corrosion. It could be a giant leap forward for keeping an eye on gas lines and catching problems before they turn into disasters. It's the same laser technology used in reverse engineering, gaming, and in medicine to map the human body. It can be used on virtually any object. PG&E is using it on its pipes.
Read more (ABC Web Portal, January 22, 2013, by Heather Ishimaru)
January 15, 2013
Article about the new Go!SCAN 3D white light scanner. In English and thai.
Read more (Mega Tech Magazine, January-February 2013. Pages 54-55)
January 8, 2013
Creating a custom breast prosthesis that feels and looks more natural can be accomplished.
Read more (Medical Design Briefs Magazine, December 2012, p. 34)
October 30, 2012
3D scanning might not be brand new, but Levis, QC-based Creaform has made it its business to constantly engage in technology innovations in the field.
Read more (IT in Canada Website, October 30th, 2012)
July 31, 2012
Engineering an aircrafts’ interior – from a scan to a 3D model. More and more companies are calling upon 3D engineering services providers to carry out specific and demanding projects.
Read more (Quality Manufacturing Today, online edition)
July 25, 2012
The 3D model will be used for marketing and training purposes by Lufthansa.
Read more (Lufthansa's YouTube account.)
May 29, 2012
Designing a track mounting system using a 3-D scanner is more efficient than crawling under the tractor with a tape measure and pad of paper.
It’s like science fiction come to life for Soucy engineers, who annually design hundreds of new track mounting systems for agricultural, military, construction, mining, logging and recreational vehicles.
Read more (The Western Producer Magazine, by Ron Lyseng.)
March 19, 2012
awarding of financial assistance from the Government of Canada to Creaform Inc
Read more (Marketwire, March 20, 2012)
February 16, 2012
Using laser scanning to create a CAD model of a sacred bull makes a mammoth custom manufacturing project more manageable.
Read more (cadalyst.com, October 13, 2011)
February 7, 2012
In this broadcast, the reporter talks about taking Canadian 3D technologies to India
Read more (Radio-Canada International)